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KM Wedding Events Management Inc is extending its services into wedding banquet hall space

DUBLIN, Calif., July 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - KM Wedding Events Management Inc., (OTC Pink:KMWE) market leader in South Indian wedding event management, announced its plan to operate multiple banquet halls in US and India. Primary objective of this expansion is to provide comprehensive Wedding Services for the US Indian residents who are planning to get married in either in India or United States of America.

KM Wedding has over 600,000 global Indian matrimony profiles registered with it. In the year 2013 alone, KM Wedding facilitated over 30,000 weddings through their online and offline matchmaking services.

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With the captive matrimonial customer base acquired & serviced over the last decade, KM Wedding started to offer wedding planning, catering, photography and theme wedding services since 2010. In addition to the above, KM Wedding is now extending its services into the banquet hall space to provide complete wedding solution to its customers.

In the next 2 years, KM Wedding is planning to operate 10 banquet halls and the anticipated revenue from these operations will be 15 million dollars at the end of 24 months. Two of these halls are expected to be

"KM Wedding banquet halls will enable us to serve our growing customer needs by providing end to end wedding management services" said Mrs. Meera Nagarajan, CEO of KM Wedding and she added. "Customers are very excited that they will be able to conduct their weddings in traditional Indian style with religious rituals, music, dance and food without any stress using our full range of services."

"Our mission is to render exceptional service to our customers. Banquet halls will strengthen our service offerings and we will be one–stop-solution for all our customers' wedding needs" said Mr. T. V. Mohan, Chairman.

KM Wedding Events Management Inc. (OTCPink:KMWE) is one of the leading and comprehensive wedding services provider for South Indian customers in US and India. KM Wedding offer a wide range of wedding services to their customers such as wedding planning, wedding shopping, catering, organizing concept and theme weddings. KM Wedding operates through two brands 'Kalyanamalai' (for Matrimonial services) and 'Athithi' (for Wedding Services).

This release contains "forward-looking statements" for purposes of the Securities and Exchange Commission's "safe harbor" provisions under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties that could cause KM Weddings actual results may differ materially from those expressed herein due to many factors, including, without limitation: our ability to capitalize on the conversion of our matrimonial service into our wedding event services and the risk factors identified in KM Weddings filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Art and fashion mix for summer

At a recent opening for “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective” at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, the connection between art and fashion was evident. The evening was hosted by artist Jeff Koons. H&M fashions were also showcased on top models such as Alek Wek, China Chow, Stephanie Seymour, Leandra Medine and Cindy Sherman.

Celebrating the opening of its new flagship store on Fifth Avenue, H&M is the retail sponsor of “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective,” which will run now through Oct. 19, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, located at 945 Madison Ave., at 75th Street in Manhattan. On July 17, the Swedish retailer will unveil its newest flagship store and its first ever collaboration with the notable and influential Koons. A limited edition Koons-inspired H&M leather handbag will be available for purchase at select H&M stores.

The exhibit will also travel to Centre Pompidou, Musee National d’Art Moderne, in Paris from Nov. 26-April 27, 2015, and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao from June 5, 2015-Sept. 27, 2015. For more information, visit

On July 12 from 4-7 p.m., there will be a reception at the Essie Green Galleries (419A Convent Ave., Harlem) introducing artist Lester Gunter’s collection of paintings, called “The Imagist.” The exhibit will be on view from July 12-Aug. 9.

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Gunther studied with the late Jacob Lawrence, Barrington Watson and Robert Brackman. His work focuses on Jamaican art. He will show his usual European-styled landscape paintings and portraitures. Black people were rarely depicted in art at the time, just as was the case in earlier eras. Note the simply styled dress, the hats and well-tailored clothes.

The Jamaican-born Gunter is known for his lush landscapes, market scenes and series of nudes. He has translated and transmitted his identity and experiences through his paintings for more than 45 years.

Jamaica’s modern art movement was motivated by many Jamaican artists and thinkers. Their intention is to reclaim their history and identities. They offered tuition to young Black students to encourage them to seek subjects more closely related to Jamaican life. Some artists turned their vision inward and began painting their own people.

As Eddie Chambers, a Black-British curator of Jamaican parentage, noted, “For Black people, ‘history’ refuses to be a lifeless and dull conglomeration of boring dates and events. Instead, it presents itself as earlier episodes of a current existence. We are the latest chapters of our current existence. Identity has an urgency and a relevance, which is literally worlds away from the individualism which many people take it to be.”

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Can we all make sure size triple zero doesn’t become a thing please?

So, back in the mid-noughties, size zero and then size double zero (which would be the equivalent of a size two in the UK) were bandied around as the latest must-have body shape/fashion horror story, depending on your point of view.

There was Victoria Beckham with her skinny legs and thigh gap at the 2006 World Cup and stars like Nicole Ritchie looking scarily skinny on the beach.

But, thankfully, we moved on from that. Didn’t we?!

Let's make sure size triple zero doesn't become a thing

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Well, we thought we had.

According to Grazia, Hollywood’s A-list are once again becoming obsessed with being super-skinny. And it has inspired a shocking new phenomenon: the size triple zero, which is EIGHT times smaller than a UK 16, our average national dress size.

Yes, American shoppers are now able to buy size triple zero clothes, with very small 23-inch waists, the same size waistband in fact as 6-8 year-old girls would typically wear.

An LA source reportedly told Grazia: ‘Right now it is in to be thin in Hollywood. It’s no secret that stars can make headlines out of being scarily skinny. It’s not about size zero anymore.

‘These days, double-zero sizes don’t cut it either. Size triple zero is the number-one goal here.’

Horrified doesn’t even begin to describe our reaction.

Though UK sizes don’t currently go lower than a size four (an American size zero), officially at least, US brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch are available here and do stock these smaller sizes.

A-list trainer James Duigan explains: ‘The selfie craze in particular has intensified this, and celebrities know that if they post a picture of themselves looking skinny, with ribs on show, they’ll get attention.

‘But it isn’t always real – sometimes they’re breathing in and sometimes the angle makes them look thinner than they really are.’

Adding to confusion is so-called ‘vanity sizing’ with shops inflating the supposedly standard sizes over time to help boost shoppers’ self-esteem. This means a size 10 can vary wildly between different high street retailers, sometimes by up to two inches or more on the hip.

On top of that, there’s a lack of standardisation across Europe generally.

As Grazia’s editor-in-chief Jane Bruton explains: ‘A 38 is a British size 10 in France but a size six in Italy’.

The result is complete chaos and the introduction of these new, sub-zero sizes for the naturally very slim shoppers, which others then unrealistically aspire to.

We’ve got an idea though. How about we get real, realise that it’s not actually desirable for all women to have the same super-slim body shape and quash this new ‘trend’ before it even reaches us? Just a suggestion.



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