London: A condom firm here is cashing on the popularity of the soon to be married couple, Prince William and Kate Middleton, by using their photo on its product pack. The souvenir sheaths are being sold in royal purple packs of three with a picture of Prince William and his fiancee.
Blurb on the condom box urges users to 'lie back and think of England' and promises 'a better class of lovemaking', The Sun reported Saturday.'Like a Royal Wedding, intercourse with a loved one is an unforgettable occasion' - it further states.
London: Even if wardrobes of the fairer sex are bulging with loads of dresses, in every woman's closet there are 22 items she never wears.
Though most women across the world don't actually get to wear everything they own, they absolutely refuse to throw out their clothes, according to the Daily Mail.
London: An important inscribed Mughal emerald personal seal set in a diamond encrusted gold bangle and bearing the name of an East India Company officer will be sold at an auction here in April and is estimated to fetch
London: First there was David Beckham, followed by Cristiano Ronaldo but now there's a new underwear model in town - tennis ace Rafael Nadal has stripped off for the latest campaign for Emporio Armani underwear.
In the black and white pictures, the 24-year-old sportsman is seen looking broodily into the camera while showing off his muscular physique in a tiny pair of Armani pants, reports dailymail.co.uk.
London: Luxury footwear firm Jimmy Choo has created a range of men's shoes which include wellington boots, slippers and trainers.
The firm's chief creative officer Tamara Mellon unveiled the latest collection early this week and said it was important for men to take pride in what they wear on their feet.
London: Hollywood star Halle Berry is to be honoured at the Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards next month to be hosted by 'Sex and the City' star Kristin Davis.
The Oscar-winning actress will receive the newly titled Lacoste Spotlight Award at the stylish event at Los Angeles' Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 22, reported Contactmusic.
Moscow: Russian feminists expressed outrage after the country's Orthodox Church proposed women dress more modestly and refrain from walking down the street 'painted like a clown.'
Endorsed by Russia's leaders as the country's main faith, the Orthodox Church has grown increasingly powerful since communism fell and its dominance has drawn criticism from rights groups who say it undermines Russia's secular constitution.
London: Call it a royal art project. With 100 days to go before the royal wedding, 13 young women have decided to mark the occasion by dressing as Kate Middleton and gathering at the gates outside Buckingham Palace.
The unannounced arrival of the wannabes wearing identical copies of the dark blue dress Middleton wore when her engagement to Prince William was revealed gave tourists a jolt today. Their 'Kate look' included replicas of her diamond and sapphire engagement ring.
London: Italian food like pasta and pizza are now the world's favourite, according to an international survey.
Researchers quizzed travellers across the globe and found pizza and pasta are preferred to French cuisine, reports express.co.uk.
Geneva: Swiss bank UBS AG is revising its dress code after getting roundly mocked for suggesting employees wear skin-colored underwear and avoid garlic breath.
The bank said Monday it is whittling down its 44-page style guide to a more modest booklet that will concentrate on how to impress customers with a polished presence and sense of Swiss precision and decorum.
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