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REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron arrives at his home on bicycle in Le Touquet, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, France June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer French President Emmanuel Macron's wife Brigitte Trogneux leaves her home on bicycle in Le Touquet, France, on the eve of the first round of the parliamentary election, June 10, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer PARIS French voters cast their ballots on Sunday in the first round of a parliamentary election expected to give centrist President Emmanuel Macron the strong majority needed to carry out the far-reaching economic and social reforms he promises. The vote to elect the lower house's 577 members comes a month after Macron, a 39-year-old former banker with little political experience, defied the odds to win the presidency of the euro zone's second-largest economy. If, as polls project, Macron and his fledgling party win a commanding majority in next week's second round, it will be another blow for the mainstream parties on the right and left which failed to get a candidate into the presidential run-off. "We want a big majority to be able to act and transform France over the next five years," Mounir Mahjoubi, a tech entrepreneur running under Macron's Republic On The Move (LREM) banner told Reuters as he canvassed support in his northern Paris constituency ahead of the vote. Opinion polls forecast LREM and its center-right Modem allies will win at least 30 percent of votes on Sunday. The conservative The Republicans party and its allies trail with about 20 percent, ahead of the far-right National Front on about 17 percent. Such an outcome would transform into a landslide majority in the second round, the opinion polls show. "I think voters are pretty mobilized behind LREM," said Georges Garion, a 64-year-old company manager, before voting began in Paris.
Amazon cancels online fashion and beauty show ‘Style Code Live’ Amazon launched ‘Style Code Live’ in March 2016 The hosts of “Style Code Live” were (from left to right) Frankie Grande, Rachel Smith, and Lyndsey Rodrigues Jeff Bezos’ first foray into live TV is over. Page Six has learned that Amazon’s AMZN, +0.13% trailblazing “Style Code Live” has been canceled after 15 months on air. “They called everyone into a staff meeting on Friday and told them they don’t have jobs anymore,” said a source close to production. “There’s no more shows, but everyone can stay on until July with pay to help cancel current bookings and wind things down.” We’re told the end of the project came “rather abruptly” and was a shock to the staff. Also read: 20 years after IPO: How Amazon came to dominate books, electronics and the cloud Since its premiere in March 2016, the live, Monday-through-Friday show — co-hosted by former “Good Morning America” correspondent Rachel Smith, MTV’s “Total Request Live” alum Lyndsey Rodrigues and Ariana Grande’s brother Frankie Grande — has featured guests including Sarah Jessica Parker, Kourtney Kardashian, Kelly Osbourne and Ariel Winter. But on Friday, the 30-minute show deleted its social-media accounts and broke the news to staff. The show was an experiment in reinventing the QVC formula for the online generation: Viewers got beauty tips and fashion advice and could buy the featured items directly from Amazon.com. The show’s collapse comes as Bezos’s booming company finds its feet in the programming world with hit shows like “Transparent” and “The Grand Tour” — as well as flops like “Good Girls Revolt” and, now, “Style Code Live,” and as online platforms such as Instagram and Twitter battle to bring live TV to smartphones. See: Amazon’s new bookstore keeps shoppers on the Amazon website In November 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported that Amazon is “exploring an ambitious push to infiltrate the last bastion of traditional pay-television: live sports.” Meanwhile, Bezos’ fellow mogul, former DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, recently announced WndrCo, a company dedicated to making shows for smartphones.
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She's made non-stop headlines at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. And after a few margaritas, Imogen Anthony poured out all her emotions in a lengthy Instagram post on Friday night. The 26-year-old seemed to have a lot on her mind after being criticised by a Sydney gossip column for her supposed 'diva' antics. Hitting back at her critics: After a controversial Fashion Week (and a few margaritas) socialite Imogen Anthony poured out her emotions in a lengthy Instagram post on Friday night Imogen shared a photo of herself from Fashion Week day two, as she proudly sat on the front row at the Zhivago runway show. 'People judge and people talk,' she wrote in the caption. 'The key is to find the strength to ignore them, but it doesn't mean they can't be aware of how they make you feel.' Imogen thanked her fans before sharing a message for her critics - in particular those who claim she is a 'nobody' clinging off her boyfriend Kyle Sandilands' fame. 'People judge and people talk': The 26-year-old glamour model seemed to have a lot on her mind after being criticised by a Sydney gossip column for her supposed 'diva' antics 'Maybe Kyle and I should just break up': Imogen shared a message for her critics - in particular those who claim she is a 'nobody' clinging off her boyfriend Kyle Sandilands' fame 'Maybe Kyle and I should just break up now after six years and be unhappy without each other so I have a fighting chance at 'being my own person' ey?' Meanwhile, Imogen criticised a Fairfax Media reporter for giving her self-doubt and anxiety after what she believed was a great week. 'I could cry for our future because the world upsets me so much with it's malice,' she wrote. 'One day you might succeed in breaking a girls spirit Mr, but it wasn't today.' She concluded: 'This post might mean absolutely jack s**t to you, but if only you truly knew.' Outrageous! Imogen has made non-stop headlines at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Staying strong: Imogen criticised a Fairfax Media reporter for giving her self-doubt and anxiety after what she believed was a successful Fashion Week Imogen kicked off Fashion Week by attempting to upstage the Dion Lee presentation with a guerrilla catwalk show on the steps of the Sydney Opera House. She proudly posed for cameras alongside her friend, fashion designer Josh Mullane, but the group of models were later escorted away by police and security.
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