By Chloe Morgan For Mailonline. The editor-in-chief of British Vogue and Meghan Markle, 378 collaborated on a special 'Forces for Change' edition which featured a grid of 15 'incredible' women on the cover with articles commissioned by the royal inside. He described the response to the September edition, which was released on August 2, as 'phenomenal,' before declaring the idea will be continued in every issue. Buy now. The Duchess of Sussex looked her usual chic self when working on the issue of Vogue magazine that she guest edited last year. Her classic black jumpsuit is by Everlane, and we love the cropped length and flattering tie waist belt.
Security camera captured ex Nissan CEO leaving his Tokyo apartment
Ghosn used bullet train to escape: Japan broadcaster | Daily Mail Online
It appears fugitive former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn escaped by simply walking out of his front door, after he was caught on a security camera leaving his Tokyo home by himself on the day he is thought to have fled to avoid a Japanese trial. Ghosn was not seen returning home after leaving around noon on December 29, local public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday, citing people involved in the investigation. The security footage was taken by a camera installed at his house in central Tokyo around noon on Sunday, and the camera did not show him returning home, NHK said. By early Monday, he had touched down in Istanbul. It comes as Turkish private aircraft operator MNG Jet said that its planes were used illegally in the escape from Japan of ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn, adding it had filed a criminal complaint.
Abandoned Japanese sex motel featuring a roulette wheel
By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline. And no sooner had the Beckham's rung in a new decade, David and his family jetted to Morocco together for a sun-drenched break following the festivities. The football ace, 44, shared a series of snaps from their getaway on his Instagram Stories, as he offered fans an insight into what they had been up to on Monday. New Year, new destination! David and his family jetted to Morocco together for a sun-drenched break following the festivities.
By Ryan Fahey For Mailonline. Dutch explorer Bob Thissen, 33, has explored hundreds of abandoned places all over the world, including many love motels. In July 2019, Bob found what he claims is the biggest and most high-end love motel he has ever seen, on Honshu island, Japan. An urban explorer named Bob Thissen, 33, has visited an abandoned love motel full of naughty attractions like spaceship beds and even one with a roulette wheel on the ceiling pictured. The spaceship beds, pictured above, appear similarly designed to those of 1960s space movies like Barbarella.