JBL Fest returned to Las Vegas for three days, from October 9th – 11th, for a star-studded experience on the Las Vegas Strip. The third annual festival included performances by RUN-DMC, Bebe Rexha, Mabel, and event headliner Khalid alongside celebrity hosts Shaquille O’Neal and Priyanka Chopra Jonas. See our highlights from the festival’s performances in our gallery.
Known for its unique VIP experiences, JBL Fest’s Bloq Party on the Linq Promenade offered guests live podcasts as well as a chance to discover the latest in personalized audio. From Ceaser’s Palace to JEWEL Nightclub and Brooklyn Bowl, guests were immersed in JBL Signature Sound — and a different venue — each night.
It’s hard to overstate just what sort an impact Selena Quintanilla made on the world in her all-too-brief time in it.
The Queen of Tejano music, whose debut self-titled album was released 30 years ago on October 17, 1989, had already become one of the best-selling Latin singers of all time and was poised to truly cross over in a major way with the impending release of her bilingual fifth studio album, Dreaming of You, when she was brutally shot dead in March of 1995 by Yolanda Saldivar, her former fan club president and manager of her clothing boutiques. At the time of her death, she was only 23 years old.
While no murder is more tragic than another, there was something about this loss that struck the world so monumentally, in part because it stopped such a promising and hard-fought career dead in its tracks. After all, rising to the title of La Reina de Tejano wasn’t supposed to be possible for Selena—or, really, any other women, for that matter.
The youngest child in the Quintanilla family, Selena got her start in the family band Selena y Los Dinos, which also included her siblings A.B. and Suzette Quintanilla, but making her way in a traditionally male-dominated genre wasn’t easy. As she said herself in a 1994 interview with Orale Primo, “Tejano music was hard for us because I was a girl. My dad had a lot of problems while trying to set up shows for us or presentations because there are a lot of men who don’t think that women can get the attention of the public. But… wrong!”
When the family fell on hard times in 1981, losing their house after dad Abraham Quintinalla Jr.‘s newly-opened Tex-Mex restaurant went under, the success of Selena y Los Dinos became an imperative. “That’s when we began our musical career,” she told People in 1992. “We had no alternative.” Leaving school behind in the eighth grade—she would later get her GED through a correspondence course—Selena and her family lived out of the family van as they toured across South Texas, playing any gig that came their way. “If we got 10 people in one place, that was great,” she recalled. “We ate a lot of hamburgers and shared everything…I lost a lot of my teenage period. But I got a lot out of it too. I was more mature.”
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Eventually, they proved their critics wrong, releasing several albums for a small regional labels before Selena would win Female Vocalist of the Year at the Tejano Music Awards in 1987—an award she would win eight more consecutive times. She went on to sign with the newly formed EMI Latin Records in 1989 and despite the fact that she could barely speak Spanish—the Lake Jackson, Texas-native learned the lyrics of her songs, mostly written by her brother A.B., phonetically—she quickly went on to rule the US Billboard Regional Mexican Albums chart, with Entre a Mi Mundo, her second album released in 1992, sitting on No. 1 for eight consecutive months.
By the time her life was tragically cut short, shot by an obsessive friend and employee in a Corpus Christi hotel room while arguing over claims of embezzlement, she’d won the Grammy for Best Mexican/American Album (for 1993’s Live!), opened two clothing boutiques with in-house beauty salons called Selena Etc., had challenged the prevailing notions of feminine beauty in the Tejano world, and was hard at work on her English-language crossover.
But when Yolanda pulled that trigger, it all came to an abrupt end. And yet, even in death, Selena couldn’t truly be stopped. Dreaming of You, despite not quite being finished, was released in July 1995 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the first album by a Hispanic artist to ever and the first posthumous release from a solo artist to do so. In its first week, it sold 331,000 copies, making her only the third female artist to sell over 300,000 units in one week, behind Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey.
That year, the U.S. Social Security Administration ranked the name Selena as one of the 100 most popular names for newborn girls, almost certainly because of her. (Fun fact: Selena Gomez, born in 1992, was named after the then-rising star.) And the issue of People magazine released days after her murder sold the entire first and second print runs within two weeks, becoming the magazine’s first-ever collector’s item. The success of the issue, which was the first in history to ever completely sell out, prompted Time Inc. to launch People en Español to reach a market they were clearly underserving.
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In the years since her passing, Selena’s memory has been kept alive in ways both big and small. Two years after her death, a biopic produced by the Quintanilla family and Warner Bros. arrived in theaters with a relatively unknown Jennifer Lopez wining the role in the second largest audition since the search for Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With the Wind after Salma Hayek turned it down. The film was both a commercial and critical success and is widely credited for helping JLo breakthrough and become the icon she is today.
A musical, an annual music festival and convention held in Corpus Christi every year since 2015, a wax figure at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, a limited-edition MAC Cosmetics makeup line, an exhibit at the National Museum of American History, and a Forever 21 clothing Line all followed. And next year, Netflix will debut a biographical TV series based on her life, called Selena: The Series, with The Walking Dead star Christian Serratos in the lead role and the Quintinalla family fully involved.
While Selena’s fans have kept her memory alive in such a major way all these years later, those closest to her admit that all the public adulation can be overwhelming at times. “Losing someone you’re an emotional roller coaster, and it will forever be that way. Sometimes it hurts and sometimes it hurts a lot and sometimes I don’t want to be here. It depends on how I’m feeling that day…” Suzette told Billboard on the 20th anniversary of Selena’s passing. “For the most part, it’s a good thing. You can hear her fans talking, and it’s really cool to be honest with you…There are times when little ones talk amongst themselves, talking about her. That brings me so much joy, because they weren’t even a thought when she passed away but yet they have this love for her, that’s because her parents are passing on her legacy on to them.”
For her husband Chris Perez, a musician himself whom she married against her father’s wishes in 1992, returned to his music after her murder, but found himself struggling against what people expected of him in the aftermath.
“Soon after she passed, I started getting back into my music. I always felt this heaviness from people that wanted to relate to me as the widower, and I was working so hard to do other things,” he told Billboard. “I might have overreacted; a kind of a knee-jerk reaction to it was to distance myself as far away from what Selena stood for for her fans. Every time I did something, no matter how hard I worked at it, I would always be remembered as something else that I didn’t want necessarily want to be remembered as, as like the widower.”
While there’s no telling what heights Selena’s career might’ve taken her to had her life not been so brutally snuffed out, if family members like Suzette could magically get just a few minutes more with her, that would be the furthest from their minds.
“Somebody asked me the other day, ‘If she was to be right in front of you what would you tell her?’ I wouldn’t even tell her anything. I’d totally hug her,” she told Billboard. “They’re like, ‘What would you tell he after that?’ I’m like, ‘No! I would hug her, hug her and hug her, and not let her go.’ I miss her.”
Lady Gaga took a tumble during Thursday night’s Enigma show in Las Vegas.
After inviting a fan onto the stage at MGM’s Park Theater, Mother Monster gave the showgoer a hug, wrapped her legs around him and was scooped up into his arms. After playfully bouncing around for a bit, the fan fell off the stage— taking Gaga down with him. The Grammy winner’s team rushed to help her after she landed on the floor. However, the singer handled the whole thing like a pro.
“Everything is OK,” she reassured the crowd, per a video captured by a fan. “The only thing that’s not OK is we need some stairs for the damn stage so I can get back up.”
The “Shallow” star then asked the fan if he was hurt.
“You all right?” she asked him, bringing him back to the stage. “Come on. Everything’s fine. It’s not your fault. Let’s go.”
She then gave the fan a hug and invited him to join her at the piano. Not wanting the follower to feel guilty about the incident, she asked him to forgive himself.
“It takes two to tango,” she said.
She also assured him it wasn’t the first time she’d fallen off a stage.
“You know what we did? We fell into each other’s arms tonight,” she said. “We’re like Rose and Jack from the Titanic.”
Proving the show must go on, the A Star Is Born actress then broke into song.
Of course, Gaga looked fabulous throughout the entire incident, rocking a blue wig and purple ensemble. She also proved she was OK by sharing some photos of her “post-show” routine.
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Add that to the “million reasons” fans love Gaga.
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Tyler Childers transformed the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live into an intimate country venue with his performance of “All Your’n.” The musician, accompanied by a live band in front of a colorful nature-themed backdrop, took on the raw, emotive track, which comes off his recent album Country Squire.
In the clip, Childers and his band keep things low key, letting the twanging, emotional number carry its own weight. “So I’ll love ya ’til my lungs give out,” Childers croons. “I ain’t lying/ I’m all your’n and you’re all mine.”
Childers released Country Squire, his third album, in August. The album was recorded in Nashville at the Butcher Shoppe, and produced by Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson. The musician played most of the album’s tracks on tour before releasing the recorded versions. “I’ve been writing a lot of road songs. Writing a lot of homesick songs,” he told Rolling Stone last year of the album. “But once you start playing them out, it all ain’t no secret anymore. Everyone knows how you feel.”
The musician is currently on tour, with dates in North America, the U.K. and Europe announced through February 2020. He will perform four nights at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville in February. Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
Lizzo has been hit with another plagiarism accusation for her Billboard No. 1 song “Truth Hurts.”
On Tuesday, producer Justin Raisen spoke out on Instagram on behalf of himself and his brother Jeremiah Raisen, demanding partial credit for the lyric “I just took a DNA test turns I’m 100% that bitch” — the most celebrated verse on the track.
Raisen shared a video in attempt to back his claim writing, “The Truth about ‘Truth Hurts.'”
The clip shows moments of Lizzo, 31, and Raisen working together in the studio on a song “Healthy” from April 2017. Lizzo croons the exact same hook as “Truth Hurts,” but in a higher pitch and without the piano in the background.
“On April 11th, 2017, we wrote a song called ‘Healthy’ w/Lizzo, Jesse St. John and Yves Rothman at our studio,” Raisen wrote.
He then explained, “‘I just took a DNA test turns out I’m 100% that bitch,’ was taken from ‘Healthy’ and used in ‘Truth Hurts.’ We were never contacted about being credited for the use of the parts of ‘Healthy’ (melody, lyrics, and chords) that appear in ‘Truth Hurts.'”
Raisen shared that he reached out to “Ricky Reed and Lizzo’s team about fixing it, we put the song in dispute in 2017 when it came out.”
“We’ve tried to sort this out quietly for the last two years, only asking for 5% each but were shut down every time. Coming forward publicly to family, friends, artists, and colleagues seems to be the only way at this point in relieving some of our emotional distress caused by this.”
While Raisen is demanding action, he said, “The last thing we want to do is throw any negativity toward Lizzo’s momentum and movement as a cultural figure.”
“If we believe in what she’s preaching, believing in ourselves & our own voices is something we thought she’d understand.”
Raisen also points out that the very lyric that fans have grown to love was inspired by singer Mina Lioness. The artist tweeted “I just did a DNA test turns out I’m 100% that bitch” in February 2017. Lizzo drops “Truth Hurts” in September 2017.
“A meme of that came up in our writing session & inspired the lyric and melody we wrote together. If Ricky and Lizzo’s team decide to settle this dispute with us, we would like to share some of the proceeds with Mina for her influence on ‘Healthy.'”
Raisen concluded the post writing, “All the Love,” signing it with his name and his brother Justin’s name.
Both Lizzo’s rep and attorney Cynthia S. Arato did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
Arato has since refuted the allegations to The New York Times.
“The Raisens are not writers of ‘Truth Hurts,'” Arato said in a statement to the publication. “They did not collaborate with Lizzo or anyone else to create this song, and they did not help write any of the material that they now seek profit from, which is why they expressly renounced any claim to the work, in writing, months ago.”
Justin and Jeremiah’s claim comes a little over a year after fans called Lizzo out for plagiarism after discovering Mina’s tweet.
“Truth Hurts @Lizzo and the truth is you’re a thief,” the fan said alongside a grab of Mina’s post. In response, Lizzo said, “I’ve never seen this before in my life. That’s crazy.”
“But u know, there’s 10 BILLION ppl on the planet. The odds of multiple people having the same idea are VERY high. The odds of multiple ppl putting it in song w/ millions of streams are low. Nothing new under the sun.”
Lizzo even fired back to Mina herself on Twitter, writing, “‘Truth Hurts’ was written in June fyi — someone made a meme on IG that said ‘I’m 100% that bitch’ and we were inspired, I give that meme credit when I talk about making the song. I’ve never seen ur viral tweet but I’m glad it exists.”
In September, after news broke that “Truth Hurts” scored the No. 1 spot, Lizzo declared it was a win for “anybody who ever felt like they voice wasn’t heard.”
“WE’RE NUMBER 1,” she captioned a screenshot of the latest Billboard chart. “THIS IS A W FOR ALL OF US. ANYBODY WHO EVER FELT LIKE THEY VOICE WASN’T HEARD. ANYBODY WHO FELT LIKE THEY WEREN’T GOOD ENOUGH. YOU ARE. WE ARE. CHAMPIONS. I LOVE YALL 3 MUCH. LIZZBIANS UNITE 🌈.”
Speaking to PEOPLE in July, Lizzo admitted that she nearly left music after dropping the song.
“The day I released ‘Truth Hurts’ was probably one of the darkest days I’ve had ever in my career. I remember thinking, ‘If I quit music now, nobody would notice. This is my best song ever, and nobody cares,’” Lizzo recalls. “I was like, ‘F— it, I’m done.’ And a lot of people rallied; my producer, my publicist and my family, they were like, ‘Just keep going because this is the darkest recalled the dawn.’”
Star of Mad Men, Christina Hendricks has announced her split after a decade of marriage to her 421,000 Instagram followers.
Christina announced that she and Geoffrey have decided to take "different paths" in life, after getting hitched in New York City back in 2009.
Making the announcement, the 44-year-old said: "Twelve years ago we fell in love and became partners. We joined our two amazing families, had countless laughs, made wonderful friends and were blessed with incredible opportunities.
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"Today we take our next step together, but on separate paths. We will always be grateful for the love we've shared and will always work together to raise our two beautiful dogs."
She went on to add: "We will be taking time to rediscover ourselves in this transition and we thank you for your patience and support in giving us the space to do so."
Back in 2014, the actress told The Times newspaper that she had no desire to become a parent.
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She said: "There were a lot of people who came and thanked me for saying it out loud, and I thought, 'Well, isn't it sad, that we can't say it out loud?'
"I really don't understand the hullaballoo around it. There's people who have kids and people who don't have kids. We're the people who don't have kids."
Her ex-husband also spoke out about not wanting children.
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She added: "We'll celebrate eight years of marriage in October. We've been together for almost 10.
"It doesn't feel that long at all. I just know him so well. I've never known anyone that well in my life.
"He understands me and listens to my c**p and still somehow loves me, and I'm grateful for that."
The former couple was introduced by Mad Men co-star Vincent Kartheiser before instantly hitting it off.
I enjoy Saba, tend to avoid Smino, and understand the appeal of Noname even if her music doesn’t resonate with me. It’s not a popular opinion, but then again, most of my opinions are not popular opinions. That’s why the fan fervor around Ghetto Sage, the much-teased supergroup of Saba, Smino, and Noname, never permeated my wants or desires.
The three Midwest musicians are musically distinct, but stylistically run in a hemisphere that, at one point meant the world to me and with the jaded glaze of age, has stopped feeling as vital. Their lyrics are dense, the subject matter presents a specific vision of Midwestern blackness, and their vocal performances range from deadpanned to warped in a Soulquarian varnish. In short, they tend to be light on bangers and heavy on vibes. Going into Ghetto Sage’s “Häagen Dazs,” it was difficult to know if the trio would bolster each other’s worst tendencies or present another side of the singular artists that could flourish within the collaboration. At the end of three minutes, it appears the group is closer to the latter.
Produced by PRODXVZN, the song is built on a sparse, eery beat that leaves enough room for each artist to present what they’ve become known for. Smino anchors the song with that weird voice he does, but his chorus is effective and catchy. It’s not easy to sell a hook like:
I get the bands like The Roots Blackout all my thoughts, request the love, revenge the youth Benz a coupe, that bitch fast, Häagen Dazs Ice cream on the inside, Häagen Dazs, SRT
But somehow Smino does, and as the song progresses, he extends and shortens the hook in service of setting up and propelling his bandmates. Saba’s verse is predictably excellent and hits its peak halfway through when the Chicago rapper launches into a double-time flow, managing to force-rhyme the last word of each bar – Funkadelic, Erick, Elvis, fellas, Ben & Jerry, Tom & Jerry, bend and vary, and hail mary — and build a sense of rapid tension in a small space.
Then Noname steals the show with a devastating performance. On Twitter she explains that her verse centers on the topic of black intimacy. “In this verse I write about sadness as it relates to my partners body being synonymous with death,” she wrote. “Our society is constantly saying we’re not enough and sometimes I’ve used to show/feel like we are. To feel totally human and totally free.” It’s a deep and heady concept to present in a song that’s ostensibly about ice cream paint jobs, but to Noname’s credit it works and bar like “I’m sucking dick cause black lives matter/I scatter roses on my metaphor, ’cause the world shot Nipsey,” is easily among the best of the year.
“Häagen Dazs” is a strong first outing for Ghetto Sage. The song didn’t change my mind regarding each artist’s solo work, but it never needed too.
Hollywood is shining a bright light on the latin music world!
The 2019 Latin American Music Awards takes place tonight at the Dolby Theatre, and fans are eagerly awaiting to find out which of their favorite artists have come out on top. Ozuna, Bad Bunny and Romeo Santos lead the star-studded list of nominations, which were announced last month, and other notable nominees include Anuel AA, Becky G, Maluma and J Balvin.
That’s not all, though! A grand total of 40 celebrities from every corner of show biz are expected to present awards and the performance lineup includes the likes of Marc Anthony, Pitbull, CNCO, Jason Deruloand so many more. You won’t want to miss it all go down when Telemundo airs the ceremony starting at 8 p.m. EST.
Check out the complete list of 2019 Latin AMAs winners—updating in real time—below!
Artist of the Year
Anuel AA Bad Bunny Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga Christian Nodal Daddy Yankee J Balvin Karol G Maluma Ozuna Romeo Santos
New Artist of the Year
Darell Jhay Cortez Lunay Paulo Londra Rosalía Sech
Song of the Year
Anuel AA & Romeo Santos “Ella Quiere Beber” Bad Bunny & Drake “MIA” Daddy Yankee Featuring Snow “Con Calma” DJ Snake Featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B “Taki Taki” Pedro Capó & Farruko “Calma”
Album of the Year
Anuel AA – Real Hasta La Muerte Bad Bunny – X 100PRE Luis Fonsi – VIDA Ozuna – Aura Santana – Africa Speaks
Favorite Artist – Female
Becky G Karol G Natalia Lafourcade Natti Natasha Rosalía
Favorite Artist – Male
Anuel AA Bad Bunny J Balvin Ozuna Romeo Santos
Favorite Duo or Group
Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga CNCO Los Ángeles Azules T3r Elemento Wisin & Yandel
Favorite Artist – Pop
CNCO Luis Fonsi Pedro Capó Sebastián Yatra
Favorite Album – Pop
Luis Fonsi – VIDA Rosalía – El Mal Querer Santana – Africa Speaks Sebastián Yatra – Fantasía
Favorite Song – Pop
Becky G & Kane Brown – “Lost In The Middle Of Nowhere (remix)” Luis Fonsi & Ozuna – “Imposible” Pedro Capó & Farruko – “Calma” Reik & Maluma – “Amigos Con Derechos” Sebastián Yatra & Mau y Ricky – “Ya No Tiene Novio”
Favorite Artist – Regional Mexican
Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga Calibre 50 Christian Nodal T3r Elemento
Favorite Album – Regional Mexican
Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga – Con Todas Las Fuerzas Lenin Ramírez – Bendecido Raymix – Oye Mujer T3r Elemento – The Green Trip
Favorite Song – Regional Mexican
Banda Los Sebastianes – “A Través del Vaso” Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga – “Mejor Me Alejo” Christian Nodal – “No Te Contaron Mal” Los Ángeles Azules featuring Natalia LaFourcade – “Nunca Es Suficiente” T3r Elemento featuring Gerardo Ortiz – “Aerolínea Carrillo”
Favorite Artist – Urban
Anuel AA Bad Bunny J Balvin Ozuna
Favorite Album – Urban
Anuel AA – Real Hasta La Muerte Bad Bunny – X 100PRE Farruko – Gangalee Ozuna – Aura
Favorite Song – Urban
Anuel AA & Romeo Santos – “Ella Quiere Beber” Bad Bunny & Drake – “MIA” Daddy Yankee Featuring Snow – “Con Calma” DJ Snake Featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B – “Taki Taki” Ozuna & Manuel Turizo – “Vaina Loca”
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Favorite Artist – Tropical
Carlos Vives Juan Luis Guerra Marc Anthony Romeo Santos
Favorite Album – Tropical
Gilberto Santa Rosa – 40… Y Contando (En Vivo Desde Puerto Rico) Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 – Literal Marc Anthony – OPUS Romeo Santos – Utopia
Favorite Song – Tropical
Aventura – “Inmortal” Prince Royce & Marc Anthony – “Adicto” Romeo Santos “Centavito” Silvestre Dangond & Maluma – “Vivir Bailando” Wisin & Yandel & Romeo Santos – “Aullando”
Favorite Crossover Artist
DJ Snake Drake Sean Paul Snow
Bad Bunny Chayanne Jennifer Lopez Luis Miguel Marc Anthony
Camila – “Te Confieso” Becky G & Maluma – “La Respuesta” Daddy Yankee & Wisin y Yandel – “Si Supieras” Sofia Reyes Ft. Rita Ora & Anitta -“R.I.P.” Sebastian Yatra & Camilo – “En Guerra”
The former Love Island star left jaws on the floor as she modelled Ann Summers' new Halloween lingerie range.
Montana Brown, 24, who launched her swimwear line earlier this year, ramped up the sex factor as she donned a number of revealing outfits for the high-street retailer's latest campaign.
In one picture, the brunette babe showed off her incredible figure in a lace body suit, which displayed a matching bra and pant set underneath.
In keeping with the Halloween theme, the reality TV star finished the look with a black leather choker, a whip, and a set of cat ears.
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Giving off sultry vibes, Montana vamp-inspired makeup featured a deep-purple lipstick and a heavy hand of black eyeliner.
Elsewhere, in another sexually-charged snap, the mega babe left little to the imagination as she slipped her curves into a bondage-style bra and PVC high-waisted skirt.
Showing off her natural bust, the bra boasted a netted design – strategically covering her modesty – and a lace-up trim which displayed her bulging cleavage.
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With the figure-hugging skirt clinging to her assets in all the right places, the garment highlighted Montana's toned midriff.
While all eyes were on her risqué outfit, the brunette stunner made sure her hair and make up was on point.
Montana's luscious highlighted locks were curled into loose waves, and sun-kissed face benefited from the nude glossy pout, and pink eyeshadow.
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Excited about the new launch, Montana uploaded a picture from the shoot to her 1.3million Instagram followers
Wearing a black leotard, which nearly exposed her nether regions, she covered her bottom half with a pair of thigh-grazing suede boots.
Looking like a sultry vixen, she wrote: "Who’s excited for Halloween!?
"So happy that the Ann Summers campaign is finally out. Feel really privileged to have worked with such an amazing team, everyone was incredible to work with. What a saucy collection so definitely go have a browse."