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Carey Mulligan channels the 90s in double denim for a NY shopping trip

  Carey Mulligan channels the 90s in double denim for a NY shopping trip The BAFTA Award winner, 36, took inspiration from the 90s on Friday as she headed out in New York wearing double denim. While the English actress may have kept her look both comfortable and casual, she still managed to showcase her style as she wove in the denim with a simple blue jacket and a paler shade of jeans. The BAFTA Award winner, 36, kept warm in a knit jumper and deemed comfort to be key as she stepped out in black trainers. Carey went makeup free for the outing and kept her locks concealed with a navy cap.

Watford have suspended two season ticket holders while police investigate alleged homophobic chanting at their game against Southampton.

The incident is said to have occurred during the Hornets' 1-0 Premier League defeat at Vicarage Road on October 30.

  Watford suspend two fans as police probe alleged homophobic chanting © PA

Sky Sports News understands that the two fans will be banned until Hertfordshire Constabulary conclude their investigation.

On November 1, Watford said they had spoken with the supporter who reported the allegation in a bid to find the individuals responsible.

The club said at the time: "We reiterate our zero-tolerance approach to discrimination and how to report it."

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Middle-class mummies who can't get enough of Shein! .
British women in their 30s, 40s and 50s have spoken to FEMAIL about why they're fully-fledged Shein converts, despite concerns over clothing quality, the ethics of fast fashion and long delivery times.The fast fashion retailer sells everything from bikinis to heels at extraordinarily low prices: tops for £1.49 and dresses for £2.49. A pair of jeans costs as little as £5.49.

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