I felt a real strong connection and still do with Hanukkah. So it started out by doing concerts on Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights tour, and then, yeah, let make some Hanukkah songs. Let me make a Hanukkah song that kids can listen to, party to and get the spirituality of it, because it is not just about dreidels and having fun.
Athletes including Matt Besler and actors like Paul Rudd are among Kansas City’s most recognizable celebrities. Gillian Flynn can probably roam freely in her hometown without being recognized by passersby. Yet Flynn has made a bigger impact on contemporary popular culture than almost anyone affiliated with Kansas City.
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Home3amStyleKate Middleton, Duchess of CambridgeKate Middleton’s bold, confident and personal fashion choices made 2016 the year she stopped playing it safeThe Duchess of Cambridge’s risk taking this year has given us more of a flavour of her personal style than ever before. We look back on Kate’s fashion highlights07:43, 19 DEC 2016Updated08:43, 22 DEC 2016Get Weekly Fashion updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailOur love affair with the Duchess of Cambridge showed no signs of waning in 2016.Kate has incredible style and didn’t put a fashionable foot wrong this year.In fact, I would argue that 2016 has been one of her best years when it comes to fashion.The Duchess really seems to have grown in confidence and stature and is making bolder choices as a result.While she always looks immaculate and perfectly put together, my only (teeny tiny) criticism is that until now she’s played it a bit too safe.But in 2016, by embracing new labels and pushing her fashion choices, she’s made a subtle departure and moved her style up a notch.Yes, her trademark coat dresses and nude courts have been out in full force, but she’s experimented more and the risks have paid off.While Kate has remained loyal to ‘go to’ labels like Alexander McQueen , Jenny Packham and Catherine Walker, she’s added new designers to her list, including Preen, Dolce Gabbana, Michael Kors and Self Portrait.The Duchess also continued to champion the British high street by showcasing looks from the likes of LK Bennett, Hobbs, Zara and Topshop. She even wore a dress by online fashion retailer Glamorous .But Kate really seemed to come into her own during the Royal Tour of Canada showcasing a wardrobe that hit the right note with her hosts, but also revealed more about her own personal sense of style.Here are her 2016 fashion highlights.Fashion forward On day two of the tour of Canada, Kate wore a customised dress from the Alexander McQueen SS17 collection, with a longer hemline and more streamlined sleeves.