PHOTOS: Fashion Designer Hubert de Givenchy Dies, Legacy Lives Through Audrey Hepburn’s Iconic Wardrobe

Givenchy, who died Monday, is the man not only behind Hepburn’s iconic wardrobe but he’s also responsible for one of France’s most powerful fashion houses. Known for modernity and innovation of fabrics, as Givenchy passes, his legacy lives through Hepburn’s clothes from American films such as ‘Charade,’ ‘How to Steal a Million,’ and ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s.’

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Migrants Learn French on Banks of Paris Canal

PARIS (AFP) – Sitting in rows on a grassy embankment overlooking a Paris square, around 50 asylum-seekers recite the alphabet in French following a young woman pointing to letters on a whiteboard.

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12 Reasons Why Obama is No ‘Friend’ of Britain

President Obama is flying to Britain to persuade her people that their best interests lie in remaining shackled to the rotting corpse of the European Union. According to one of his foreign policy advisors, he is doing this because he


TTIP Threatens Sovereignty of EU Member States Warns Le Pen Ally

Cloaked in secrecy and controversy, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is facing further scrutiny from French Member of European Parliament Jean-Luc Shaffhauser, who claims the deal “is made to diminish the influence of the European Countries”.  The massive.


French Police Classified Second Police Shooting as ‘Terrorist Attack’

French authorities classified the death of police officer Clarissa Jean-Philippe, 25, a terrorist attack. The shooting is France’s second terrorist attack within a span of 24 hours. Two gunmen slaughtered twelve people at Charlie Hebdo headquarters on Wednesday as they screamed, “Allahu Akbar!” Even though both are considered terrorist attacks, authorities did not initially link the attacks, though reports are now surfacing that the three suspects may be related.