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BEIRUT: Looks signed by Lebanese designers at the 2015 Oscars after parties turned heads in Hollywood this week.
The supermodel, 30, turned heads as she joined two girlfriends for a spending spree followed by a bite to eat in London's upmarket Bond Street.
Natalie Wakefield, of Mini, said: "There's no doubt it turned heads in Newcastle.
There had already been a handful of stunning black women who had turned heads in American and European fashion shows as early as 1940, and many of them were chronicled in the 1998 book Skin Deep.
These sister investors, who turned heads at the gathering of 5,000--mostly white--investors represent a growing number of African Americans seeking to create wealth in the stock market.
Also attracting national attention were new and solid couples and new and trendy couples who were "items" in columns and who turned heads and set tongues wagging.
Open, Ogilvy turned heads with his all around game highlighted by a chip-in for a par at the 17th and his great up and down on the 18th.
Summary: The royal family turned heads in a host of elaborate hats and fascinators at the 2011 Epsom Derby.
And while it might not be the most obvious material for a swimming costume, it certainly turned heads.
Two USC sophomores, Lionel Larry and Carol Rodriguez, turned heads by winning their first races against professional athletes.
Demi, 40 - former wife of Hollywood veteran Bruce Willis - turned heads when she turned up for the US premiere of the film last week with her 25-year-old toy boy lover Ashton Kutcher.