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Kylie Jenner’s love for fashion was born in church.

The reality TV star who worships clothes and the catwalk has confessed that she was on her way to Easter mass when she had her clothing epiphany.

Speaking to In Style magazine, she revealed: ”I remember the moment I first got into fashion. It was years ago, I was going to church with Khloe on Easter morning and she put on this floral dress with a denim jacket over the top.

”It made me begin thinking about style and how people put different looks together. I’ve been into clothes ever since.”

Kylie insists her dress sense is darker than her sisters Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner and that’s because of her mother Kris Jenner’s influence.

She said: ”I think my style is a little bit darker thanks to my mom. There are a lot of skulls around her house and the furniture is mostly black and white. She wears a lot of black too, I think that has definitely rubbed off on me.”

The 17 year old socialite has just launched a fashion range for Topshop with her older sibling Kendall, 19, which is inspired by the laid back Los Angeles vibe and cool boho looks that they have grown up with.

In the interview she also admitted that she loves Timberland boots, enjoys getting a spray tan and has been financially independent since she was 14.

She said: ”My mom hasn’t financially supported me for three years now. I pay for everything my car, my gas and food as well as my clothes. There are so many outfits I bought in the past that I just think now are not cute”

The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner family has over 25 million Instagram followers but says that she sometimes worries how photos of her will turn out.

She said: ”I don’t get nervous when I’m having my photograph taken on the red carpet, but I am spending the whole time thinking about how the pictures are going to turn out, whether my shirt is too low, or whether my dress is the right cut.”
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Emma Watson (Hermione Granger: Harry Potter) stars as Pauline Fossil in this heart warming drama about family, fame and realising your dreams. Set in 1930s London, it follows the adventures of three orphans Pauline, Petrova (Yasmin Paige) and Posy Fossil (Lucy Boynton: Miss Potter) who are adopted by an eccentric explorer, ‘Gum’ (Richard Griffiths: Harry Potter).

They are raised in a grand old house by his niece, Sylvia (Emilia Fox: Silent Witness) and Nana (BAFTA winner,
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Victoria Wood). Pauline longs to be an actress; Petrova wants to be an aviator, while Posy seems born to be a ballerina. But when Gum doesn’t return from an international expedition, they are left to fend for themselves.

To make ends meet, Sylvia takes in a cast of entertaining lodgers and the girls discover their star power at the Children’s Academy of Dance and Stage Training. Their struggles to balance personal ambition with earning their keep make for a funny and poignant drama.

The sisters’ vow to “put their names in the history books” becomes a promise to keep the family together at all costs.

Adapted and executive produced by the assured hand of Heidi Thomas (I Capture The Castle) from the classic novel by Noel Streatfield, Ballet Shoes is an uplifting family drama.
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Does Mother really know best when it comes to fashion?WE set three mums and daughters the challenge of picking outfits for each other to find out if Mums really do know best when it comes to fashion.09:41, 9 MAR 2013Updated09:52, 9 MAR 2013 Smith with her mother Liz (Image: Alasdair MacLeod/Daily Record)

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WOULD you trust your mum or daughter to pick your clothes? While you’re guaranteed to get an honest, unbiased opinion from your nearest and dearest, shopping together can be a minefield.

With Mother’s Day tomorrow we decided to give three mums and daughters a makeover treat with a difference.

They picked outfits for each other to find out if Mum really does know best.

JULIE LIZ SMITH

Smith, 35, is a full time mother, and her mum Liz Smith, 56, is a home carer. They both live in Glasgow.

on her Mum’s style

“I always see my mum in leggings and her home help overalls. Even when she’s not working, it’s still leggings and long tops. I want to throw those leggings in the bin.

“She’s got a habit of picking tops and jumpers with big cats or animals with teeth on the front, and I can’t stand those either. I’d like to see her more dressed up.

“It’s lovely to see my mum in a dress for once but I know she doesn’t like to show her arms, so I got her a jacket to go over the top. I should probably have picked a little bolero or cardigan instead, but I think she looks brilliant.”

Liz on her daughter’s style

” dresses smart but casual. She always looks nice but, with four kids, she’s got to be practical too. She doesn’t get the chance to dress up very often. Most of the time she’s in jeans and tops, with flat boots. I’d love to see her in heels and with a bit more bling. I wish she’d stop hiding her legs and wear skirts a bit more.

“I chose this outfit because I though it was really chic and elegant and it would get her spirits up. She never wears skirts and I think she should show off those legs.”

THE VERDICT”I wish I had the confidence to wear something like this but I really don’t. I do like it but I wouldn’t feel comfortable showing my legs and it’s a bit too tight and short for me.

“I’d prefer a wrap dress and something knee length. I love the heels but I couldn’t walk in them. I feel really out of my comfort zone in this.””I like the panels that make my waist look smaller and I think the black and white is crisp and clean looking. I normally go for all black, because I think it’s more slimming.

“I do like a bit of bling but I wouldn’t have chosen these shoes. I’d have put on black patent shoes. I’m not really a dressy up kind of person and I’d normally wear a chiffon top and leggings for a night out but I’d wear this on the right occasion.”.
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For me, summer vacation means spending time on a Maine pond where the sound of loons calling is about the most exciting thing that happens all day.

But I do venture occasionally from my little paradise to experience other things the state has to offer, whether it’s the coast, a mountain hike, a whitewater adventure or a museum. Here are a few options.

Maine’s scenic coast has so many wonderful towns that you almost can’t go wrong, but every spot has its own personality. Old Orchard Beach just outside Portland has a sandy beach, busy pier with food, drink and souvenirs, and an old fashioned amusement park. You could also make a day of visiting Popham Beach State Park in Phippsburg in the morning (the wide sandy beach is great for kite flying) and nearby Reid State Park in Georgetown in the afternoon (rocky outcroppings, tidal pools and a lagoon). In Rockland, the man made Breakwater jetty lets you walk nearly a mile from the shore into Penobscot Bay, and a ferry runs across to Vinalhaven island, where it’s worth spending the night. About 1.5 million people visited the park in July and August of 2016, so be prepared for traffic and crowded trails. For a lovely, doable alternative, consider a day in Camden, with a hike up Mount Battie. A poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay, “Renascence,” engraved on a plaque at the top, describes the stunning view, with references to “three long mountains and a wood” and “three islands in a bay.”

For serious hikers, the Appalachian Trail runs through Maine , terminating atop Mount Katahdin in Baxter State Park . Depending on your route and fitness level, a hike up and down Katahdin’s steep, rocky trails could take 10 to 12 hours,
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which means you’ll run out of daylight if you don’t start early.

The new (and controversial) Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument doesn’t offer many visitor services yet, but the National Park Service offers tips online for enjoying the area. trips are available on several Maine rivers. My favorite outfitter is Moxie Outdoor Adventures, based in West Forks, which offers an all day Kennebec River trip that’s part paddling like crazy through Class IV rapids and part scenic wilderness float trip. Midday, boats are beached on an island where guides cook steak and chicken over a fire. On one trip, we even saw a moose en route to our launch spot. Warning: You will get soaked. I’ve enjoyed sunset boat trips to see moose on head Lake, but as with any such excursion, there are no guarantees that you’ll see the wildlife you came for. In rural and northern areas, moose present serious driving hazards, especially at dawn, dusk and after dark, so watch out (and be careful what you wish for).

For Kids

Portland Children’s Museum is fun for a rainy day. Aquaboggan Water Park in Saco offers slides, wave pools and mini golf. Old fashioned fairs take place around the state all summer, featuring rides, games, farm animal displays and more. Bean . Take your picture in front of the massive boot by the Bean entrance. Note for insomniacs: Bean’s flagship is open 24/7.

The Arts

In Portland, visit Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s house (he wrote the poem “Paul Revere’s Ride”) or take a Stephen King tour of Bangor to see places that inspired his spooky tales. In Cushing, tour the Olson House where Andrew Wyeth painted “Christina’s World” and see Wyeth paintings at Rockland’s Farnsworth Museum . The Portland Museum of Art offers tours of painter Winslow Homer’s waterfront studio and house on Prouts Neck. Music festivals abound as well, from classical to folk.

Boat Rides

Rent a kayak or canoe, or take a ferry, like the ones to Monhegan Island or from Portland to the islands of Casco Bay. There are fancy yachts, schooner rides and dinner cruises, along with lobster boats where you can watch a lobster trap being pulled in. Many port towns also offer nature boat rides. Or rent a rustic cottage, what Mainers refer to as a “camp.” If you’re lucky enough to be on the water, sit back and listen for those loons.
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