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Paris Jackson shows model looks in tan top and brown miniskirt at Celine fashion show in Los Angeles

Paris Jackson showed her model looks on Thursday while attending the Celine fashion show in Los Angeles.The 24-year-old daughter of late pop superstar Michael Jackson wore a long tan blouse cinched at the waist with a brown leather belt for the fall/winter fashion show at The Wiltern theater.She completed her stylish outfit with a dark brown leather skirt and matching knee-high boots. Model looks: Paris Jackson showed her model looks on Thursday while attending the Celine fashion show in Los AngelesParis had her long blonde hair down in soft curls below her shoulders and accessorized with small nose rings, multiple bracelets and rings.She also carried a Celine handbag while on the carpet.

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London’s KOKO to reopen in April with gigs by Pete Doherty, Jorja Smith and many more
initially shut in 2019 for a planned one-year refurbishment, though those plans were scuppered after a fire broke out at the venue in January 2020 before the coronavirus pandemic and “colossal water damage” then further held up progress.KOKO’s restoration and redevelopment has now been completed, and it intends to relaunch next month as a “50,000-square foot state-of-the-art live music venue and broadcasting house”.New additions to KOKO include its 200-capacity Fly Tower ‘venue within a venue’, a new shop/DJ space (which will feature “exclusive merch drops and artist collaborations”) and a morning to late-night pizzeria and tap bar, with Café KOKO also set to host intimate live performances.After Lianne La Havas recently announced a trio of shows at KOKO in May, the venue has this morning (March 1) confirmed a host of names who will perform as part of its relaunch.The likes of Pete Doherty, Jorja Smith, Kim Gordon, Tems, Portico Quartet, Omar Apollo, Remi Wolf and more have all confirmed gigs at KOKO in the coming months. You can find the venue’s calendar of events here.A new club night, KOKO Electronic, will also take place on Friday and Saturday nights until 6am, with the likes of Todd Terje, Jayda G and 2ManyDJs booked to perform so far.“It’s been a seven-year journey to bring this project to life and now, on the cusp of opening, I’m so happy to be paying homage to the cultural legacy of the building with a diverse mix of artists and contributing to arts and culture at a time when British live music needs it most,” Olly Bengough, CEO/Founder of KOKO, said in a statement.