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Remember when Beckham went everywhere in matching clothes?

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Remember when Beckham went everywhere in matching clothes?

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN

Dig into the pop culture history archive, “Remember When?” is the CNN Style series which offers a nostalgic look on celebrity clothing that defines their era.

The first digital fashion week in London starts today, offering the ideal opportunity to reflect on where British fashion is going – and how far it has gone.

And when we look back on the country’s recent history of style, there is one couple who embodies the evolution of fashion: David and Victoria Beckham.

Today, Victoria’s fashion label is a credible fashion week kit, and David is a dapper style icon, but not always. For one thing, who can forget when they go everywhere in matching clothes?

David and Victoria Beckham at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles. Credit: Jon Kopaloff / FilmMagic / Getty Images

Around the turn of the millennium, you cannot open a newspaper in the UK without seeing the coordinated Posh and Becks approach to what we now know as #couplegoals.

At the 2001 screenplay of the cult film “Withnail and I”, they chose head-to-toe chocolate, with David wearing the wrong Matrix-style raincoat.

David & Victoria Beckham at the screening of the London film

David & Victoria Beckham at the screening of the London film “Withnail & I” in 2001. Credit: Justin Goff / UK Press / Getty Images

Two years later, at the MTV Movie Awards, they went for a fine jewel encrusted white ensemble (later enshrined by Madame Tussauds). Then, of course, there was a couple’s wedding in 1999, where they married cream before turning purple to cut their cakes with unnecessary large swords.

But, just a few weeks before, there was a more coordinated iconic fashion moment.

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It was Beckham Mania’s highlight when the supercouple stepped head-to-toe at a Versace party in London. Victoria will start recording the third Spice Girls album, and David has just helped Manchester United claim the English and European championships. Their first son, Brooklyn, was just born, and the couple recently bought a comfortable family home dubbed “Beckingham Palace” by the media.

“What do we think?” said David Beckham when he looked back at his clothes to match his wife. (Justin Goff / UK Press / Getty Images) Credit: Justin Goff / UK Press / Getty Images

With a nod to the host that night, suitable clothes were made by Versace. The jacket and combo pants – shiny enough to reflect the paparazzi’s light, and tighter than expected in the loose 90s – stole the attention and splashed into the newspaper the next day.

It is often overlooked that the outfit is not very suitable for this season. After all, it’s mid-June (although summer in the UK is often so light that you can wear all the skin without sweating too much). Perhaps that explains why David and Victoria chose to lower the zippers from their strapped collars, leaving the smallest flash of skin peering through the effective keyhole neckline.

However, for such a brave appearance, it was almost entirely empty of attitude. They looked like a pair of friendly motorcyclists who stopped by a British village pub for orange juice. Floppy-haired David – who finished the outfit with a pair of flat shoes with flat toes – didn’t even look convinced by his initial idea.

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There was darkness in his eyes that night, as if he knew one day he would regret the decision. And indeed, he did.

“Wow, we really did this,” he wrote Instagram, posting an iconic image to mark her 2017 wedding anniversary. She elaborated in H&M magazine soon after: “They are Versace. But that is when I look back and say, ‘What do we think?’ We laugh about it. I remember it very well until you did it as a couple. “

Victoria, however, does not want to deny the past. “I have never looked back and cringed at anything,” he told Grazia in 2018.

And why does he have to do it? For one, as a respected owner – though consistently unprofitable – fashion label, Posh now has a sufficient reputation as a designer to avoid questions about prior clothing choices.

But maybe even more important: Clothes do exactly what they should.

Britain’s obsession with Beckham’s clothes may be partly driven by tabloids who sneered at the idea of ​​wasting new wealth, but publicity helped them. Even the most questionable outfits contribute to one of the exercises to build the most successful entertainment brands in the modern world.

The coordinated style helps couples transform themselves from the single Victoria Adams and David Beckham, to the collective “Posh and Becks”, a nickname that is so pervasive that added to Collins Short English Dictionary. Their ability to create a unified identity goes far beyond the capabilities of predecessors such as Hugh Grant and Liz Hurley, while laying the foundation for the coming super couple (and, unlike Bennifer, TomKat, and Brangelina, their relationship is also further away).
Beckham poses for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle in 2018.

Beckham poses for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle in 2018. Credit: Image of Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty

These days, Beckham takes a far more refined approach to twins. Their collective style has evolved from copying to complementary. Take the navy pickup they wear to Buckingham Palace in 2017, or the white tie attire worn on Meet Gala, where they are not seen out of place on the biggest stage of high fashion.
And of course, the skin is ugly, but at least not Britney and Justin in denim clothes bad.
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Ruben Amorim defends Paulinho. ″He is the best Portuguese striker I want″

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Rubén Amorim, the Sporting manager, showed this Friday that he is confident that Sporting will beat Benfica again, as they did in the league, and reclaim the League Cup.

“We are in a big club that needs to win titles. We are in the final and anything can happen. But I am sure that we will win. If we win, this is another trophy that will go to the museum. Life goes on. “The rest of the season remains the same,” said the coach, who has won the trophy twice as a manager and six times as a player.

For Benfica, Amorim dismissed the idea that Benfica were more in need of a win because they lacked titles and suggested that they were a different team than the one they faced in the league.

“That game was tough and we killed it when we had to. Tomorrow (Saturday) it will be a different game than in the championship. This is the game that defines the title and affects all players. pressure than on us.” The pressure is on our side because we have to win. The fact that we won less time ago does not take the pressure off us,” suggested Ruben Amorim.

Saying that Benfica’s main difference will be a new tactical system, with the prospect of the Eagles playing in a 4-3-3 formation, the “lion” coach also addressed moves in the transfer market, criticism of Paulinho and a perceived interest in Slimani. .

“Paulinho is the best Portuguese striker I want for our team. Whatever happens in the market, I will be here to comment. Everything that will be done will be in line with what we consider to be the best for Sporting,” the coach concluded.

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UFRR oferta oficinas de Línguas Portuguesa e Estrangeiras

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UFRR oferta oficinas de Línguas Portuguesa e Estrangeiras

Oficinas serão realizadas por alunos estagiários dos cursos de Letras (português, espanhol e inglês), sob orientação dos professores das disciplinas de Estágio Supervisionado

O Núcleo de Línguas Estrangeiras (Nucele) e os cursos de bacharelado em Letras da Universidade Federal de Roraima (UFRR) abriram inscrições para oficinas gratuitas nas áreas de línguas portuguesa e estrangeiras, para estudantes do ensino fundamental e médio.

Trata-se de uma proposta de desenvolvimento dos estágios curriculares supervisionados das licenciaturas em Letras no âmbito do Ensino Remoto Emergencial-ERE da UFRR. As oficinas serão realizadas por alunos estagiários dos cursos de Letras (português, espanhol e inglês), sob orientação dos professores das disciplinas de Estágio Supervisionado.

O publico-alvo é especialmente alunos que desejam realizar o Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio, alunos que pretendem fazer o vestibular da UFRR, além de alunos que tenham interesse de fazer o ensino médio no Instituto Federal de Ciência e Tecnologia de Roraima. No entanto, todos os alunos do ensino fundamental e médio podem participar;

O período das inscrições das oficinas segue o seguinte cronograma:

Oficina de Leitura: “O cidadão de Papel: uma proposta de leitura crítica”. Incrições de 19/01 a 30/01.

Oficina de Lingua Portuguesa Ensino Fundamental: “Do povo para a sala de aula: estudando gêneros populares na aula de português”. Incrições de 18/01 a 01/02.

Oficina 1 de Espanhol: “El extraordinario mundo de los cuentos”. Incrições de 17/01 a 02/02.

Oficina 2 de Espanhol: “El universo de las historietas: los superheroes de hoy”. Incrições de 20/01 a 01/02.

Oficina 3 de Espanhol: “Cuentos de terror: desentrañando las narrativas de Quiroga”. Incrições de 21/01 a 18/02. Link: encurtador.com.br/mortC

Oficina 4 de Espanhol: “Biografia: personajes del mundo hispânico”. Incrições de 21/01 a 17/02. link:

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Oficina de Literatura – Ensino Medio: “A mulher preta eo pobre e no Vestibular da UFRR: um retrato brasileiro por meio da Literatura.” Incrições de 25/01 to 30/01.

Oficina de Conversação de Inglês. Incrições de 25/01 to 31/01.

Leitura e compreensão textual em língua inglesa para ENEM e vestibular. Incrições de 25/01 to 31/01.

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Covid-19 custou ao Estado português 7.74 mil milhões de euros só em 2021

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Covid-19 custou ao Estado português 7.74 mil milhões de euros só em 2021

A covid-19 custom ao Estado portugues 7.74 mil milhoes de euros só em 2021, divulgou esta quinta-feira a Direção-Geral do Orçamento (DGO), num dia em que Portugal estabeleceu um novo recorde diário de infeções.

“Até ao final de Dezembro, a execução das medidas adotadas no âmbito do combate e da prevenção da Covid-19, bem como as que têm por objetivo repor a normalidade, conduziu a uma redução da receita de 306.4 milhões de euros ea um aumento da despesa total em 7.437.3 milhões de euros”, lê-se na”Sintese da Execução Orçamentalda DGO.

Incluído na despesa estão os apoios as empresas e ao empregoque somaram 4.027.6 milhões de euros, sendo um quarto no âmbito no programa Apoiar e um pouco de mais de outro quarto no apoio aos transportes.

O apoio ao setor da Saude somou no ano passado 1,474.9 milhões de euros, sendo aqui incluído o investimento em recursos humanos, vacinas e testes.

Quanto ao boletim epidemiologico da Direção-Geral de Saude (DGS), foram diagnosticadas 65.706 novas infeções de quarta para quinta-feira, um novo recorde diário no país, e há ainda a lamentar mais 41 mortes com Covid-19.

Em termos hospitalares, registou-se uma queda de 64 “doentes covid” internadoshavendo agora um máximo de 2249 camas ocupadas, incluindo 147 nos cuidados intensivos (menos sete do que na quarta-feira).

Em termos de vacinas contra a Covid-19, está já aberto o autoagendamento da dose de reforço para maiores de 18 anos. O pedido pod ser feito online pelo portal do Serviço Nacional de Saúde.

O reforço pode ser feito por “utentes com idade igual ou superior a 18 anos, que tenham completado o esquema primário há cincom meses e não tenham tido infeção há menos de cincom meses”, explicam os Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde (SPMS).

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Pela Europa

O governo britânico pretende aliviar as restrições anticovid em Inglaterra eo fim do uso obrigatorio das máscaras é uma das medidas já em vigor.

Para o ministro da Saude britânico, Sajid Javidmanter a proteção facial contra a Covid-19 é agora “um questão de decisão pessoal“, mas ainda assim alguns operadores de transportes públicos ingleses mantém o pedido de uso de máscaras nos respetivos serviços.

Na Dinamarca, todas as restrições vão ser levantadas a partir de 1 de fevereiro. Entre os dinamarqueses, existe um misto de medo e alívio. Até porque este foi o país onde a variante Ómicron começou por ser mais agressiva na Europa e ainda há muitas pessoas infetadas.

Em Franca, a dois meses das eleições presidenciais, voltaram as manifestações sindicais pelos aumentos salariais, num contexto ainda muito marcado pela Covid-19. Em especial nas escolas, com muitas salas fechadas devido a professores infetados.

De acordo com o balanço desta quarta-feira, foram diagnosticadas em 24 horas mais 392 mil novas infeções e registados mais 268 mortos em ambiente hospitalar, o que elevou a tragédia de Covid-19 em França para mais de 130 mil mortos em quase dois anos de presença do vírus no país.

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