Architect wanted to design Bath fashion museum in listed former post office | News

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Bath and North East Somerset council has started the search for an architect to create a fashion museum inside a 1920s former post office.

The Fashion Museum, Bath has been housed in the grade I-listed Assembly Rooms in the city centre since the museum was founded in 1963. Its collection, which dates back to 1600, attracts around 100,000 visitors a year.

The museum is famous for its Dress of the Year award, which since 1963 has asked a high profile figure in fashion to select an outfit which best represents contemporary trends.

Designers whose work has been exhibited include Mary Quant, Giorgio Armani, John Galliano, Ralph Lauren, Alexander McQueen and Donatella Versace.

The National Trust, which owns the 18th century Assembly Rooms and had been leasing it to the council, decided to

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Packers get under 2023 salary cap by restructuring deals for Aaron Jones, Jaire Alexander and Preston Smith

Three restructured contracts provided almost $28 million in salary cap relief and put the Green Bay Packers a little over $6 million under the 2023 salary cap with about two weeks before the start of the new league year.

The Packers restructured deals for running back Aaron Jones, cornerback Jaire Alexander and outside linebacker Preston Smith – three foundational players on the roster – to create the salary cap relief.

According to Over the Cap, the Packers are now $6.43 million under the cap.

In all three restructures, the Packers converted base salary and roster bonuses into signing bonuses and added a void year to maximum the salary cap savings in 2023.

Jones’ restructuring saved roughly $11.8 million. Restructures for Alexander and Smith saved approximately $9.5 million and $6.7 million, respectively. Add it up, and the Packers shaved $27.96 million off the cap in three relatively easy moves.

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Chinese model Ming Xi buys designer bags worth $19k for her 1-year-old daughter

These tiny bags can barely hold a smartphone, let alone all the essentials you would find in a woman’s handbag.

But in a six-minute video uploaded to Xiaohongshu last month that recently caught attention, Chinese model Ming Xi said she decided to buy a few for her one-year-old daughter Romee so the girl can use them in the future.

According to HK01, the five bags costing around HK$110,000 (S$19,300) are a Louis Vuitton Nano Speedy (HK$14,100), a Chanel handle bag with chain (HK$18,000), a Chanel bucket bag with chain (HK$31,800), a Dior Micro Lady bag (HK$29,000) and a Dior Micro Saddle bag (HK$21,600).

Pulling out the miniature Louis Vuitton bag, the 33-year-old said: “It’s a really, really small bag and is super cute! I feel my daughter can use it in the future.

“It’s very trendy to go retro nowadays, so I can buy a bigger Louis Vuitton Speedy

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