The Best Time Zemo Ever Broke Character In The Falcon And The Winter Soldier

One of Baron Helmut Zemo’s most notorious changes between “Captain America: Civil War” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is his wardrobe. He spends the duration of “Civil War” in nondescript, functional, and deeply unfashionable clothes that underline his comparatively everyman nature and utilitarian approach. However, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” makes it clear that movie-Zemo is very much in Special Ops mode, doing Special Ops things, when he dresses that way. The Disney+ series shows the Sokovian wearing the clothes he actually enjoys — up to and including the iconic, purple mask from the comics. 

This Zemo is a very stylish one, and a scene in Disney+’s docuseries “Marvel Studios: Assembled” makes the absolute best of this change … by turning Zemo into a spokesman for a clothes company called “Suitkovia.”

The 32-second scene sees Zemo lounging on a couch — surrounded by creepy, gilded ape skulls

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Bethenny Frankel’s Success Starts With Time Management

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“In my glamorous life of being a mogul today,” says, “I cleaned up dog poop and steamed lotion off the carpet.”

We are talking at 6 p.m. on a Thursday. It’s been quite a day. The dog poop was the dog’s fault. The lotion was Frankel’s. She spilled it shortly after rushing to drop off her daughter at a playdate — a drop-off that was so hurried that her daughter’s hair was still wet from a shower. Frankel then had to take over a hotel reservation that someone was supposed to make for her, but they bungled it. Her wardrobe for a Home Shopping Network appearance was a mess, so she fixed that herself. After our talk, she’s filming an online video about BSTRONG, her initiative that raises

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This at-home dry cleaner kit saves you time and money

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With sunnier days ahead, people are ready to switch up their wardrobes. And of course, spring cleaning is right around the corner. Before your winter gear goes into storage though, invest in this under-$10 Dryel At-Home Dry Cleaner Kit to freshen up your cold-weather clothes. It can help ensure your sweaters, coats and more are still so fresh and so clean next winter.

The Dryel At-Home Dry Cleaner Kit is super easy to use. If your clothes have stains, first apply the Dryel stain pen to the spots. Then, toss the garment into the reusable Dryel bag with a cleaning sheet. Once you zip it up, put

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The Greatest Fashion Week Street Style Looks of All Time

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Beware The Celebs Giving Away ‘Cash’ On Instagram

You’ve seen it all before: a grey velvet bedspread, a sportswear-clad influencer, wads of cash and Louis Vuitton bags, the promise of £8,000 in return for liking a few posts and following a few accounts. It’s such a familiar picture that your thumbs shouldn’t even pause. Yet here you are, entering another Instagram cash giveaway even you don’t think you’ll win. Instagram giveaways are nothing new. Brands and businesses have been running them almost as long as they’ve been using the platform for marketing. But recently they’ve gone turbo. Now, ex-Love Islanders, Geordie Shore stars and influencers regularly host giveaways worth thousands, telling followers they can win cars, cash and designer clothes just by following a few select accounts. But if there’s no such thing as easy money, why – or rather, how on Earth – are celebrities giving

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Kate Moss and Daughter Lila, 18, Hit the Runway Together for the First Time at Fendi Fashion Show

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Lila Moss looked like a fashion force (and her mom’s mini-mi!) as she strutted down the catwalk with mom Kate Moss at the Fendi couture show during Paris Fashion Week.

The mother-daughter duo returned to the runway for famed designer Kim Jones’ first collection for Fendi, joining a squad of other top supermodels including Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne.

Lila, 18, stepped on the catwalk in a sheer, silver beaded caped gown with a draped train worn over a bodysuit and accessorized with a matching headpiece and knee-high boots. Then Kate, 47, stepped on the runway right behind her daughter in an elegant pewter gown with embellishments at the hem and dramatic drop earrings falling all the way down to her chest.

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After the traditional runway show, Kate and Lila modeled their high-fashion Fendi ensembles inside a

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