"Always look to be cheering each other on with smiles.They also both seem very competitive but in a fun way."this week.“Never too old for a kiss from mum #embarrassingmummoment,” she captioned the photo.
A pair of Brooklynites are running a low-fi alternative to Tinder that matches up prospective lovebirds based entirely on their body odor — a measure of compatibility they say is far more reliable than convoluted algorithms or online dating profiles. Smell doesn’t lie,” said Greenpoint artist Tega Brain, who created the Smell Dating service with Williamsburg writer Sam Lavigne.
The pair have sent T-shirts to 100 participants around New York — mostly Brooklynites — who will stink them up by wearing them for three days straight without deodorant or cologne.
"Obviously for mums I think it's slightly more difficult with the boys," he added. I don't even want to think about that at the moment!
It is thought the eldest Beckham child is dating Youtube star Madison Beer after sources told the New York Post that they were an item.
They interviewed several scientists beforehand, and say they are eager to find out if any of the odor-based couples form real relationships.
“This is an exploration of what happens when the only piece of information you have about a person is intimate, very mundane data,” says Lavigne, who is an editor at a website called Useless Press, where he will publish the results.
Ever the style innovator, Victoria Beckham shunned the usual red carpet gown in favour of a suave tuxedo from her own collection (naturally) at last year's British Fashion Awards.
VB then accessorised her look with a simple black sweater, pointed pumps and beau David on her arm #swoon.
The epitome of chic, Victoria’s look is reminiscent of the iconic 1960s Le Smoking by Yves Saint Laurent, a timeless design that reinvented power dressing for women.