Macron greets Zuckerberg with Facebook threat

French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg to Paris with a warning about the company’s conduct.
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Jim Carrey Skewers Trump’s Bromance With Macron In Clever New Artwork

“Later there would be wedgies and wet willies in the Rose Garden.”
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Trevor Noah: Emmanuel Macron Is The Belle To Donald Trump’s Beast

“We all know that Trump is not the sentimental type, but clearly Macron made him feel a way that he’s never, ever felt before: Human.”
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Emmanuel Macron Under Fire For Flamboyant Makeup Budget

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES: Not one for sartorial extravagance, when it comes to his wardrobe French President Emmanuel Macron has a go-to uniform of affordable, off-the-rack navy suits by Jonas et Cie. But when it comes to the budget for perfecting his complexion for official engagements, the young leader in his first three months on the job has taken a less modest approach, according to reports in French media.
Local makeup artist Natacha M. submitted invoices totaling 26,000 euros to the general secretariat of the presidency covering her services to Macron for the period, according to a report in Le Point, a weekly magazine covering politics and news.
A spokeswoman for Macron told WWD that the information relayed by Le Point corresponded to “an urgent situation” following the president’s arrival at the Élysée Palace.
“We are putting into place a long-term set-up that will be significantly less expensive than these bills, and less expensive than the system in place during previous presidential terms,” she said.
According to reports, Macron’s predecessor, the thin-haired François Hollande, is said to have paid his makeup artist and hairdresser a monthly net salary of 6,000 euros and 10,000 euros, respectively.
The negative buzz comes as Macron faces a dramatic slump in ratings countrywide since being elected in

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Brigitte Macron Talks Karl, Skirt Lengths in French Elle

BRIGITTE MANIA: Amid signs of “Brigitte mania” sweeping across France,  the Aug. 18 edition of French Elle includes the first interview with the country’s fledgling First Lady, Brigitte Macron.
The cover of the issue, out on newsstands today, depicts Macron at the Élysée Palace in a casual chic ensemble pairing a shapely cream jacket by Dior with a white T-shirt and slim jeans by Saint Laurent.
Pictures accompanying the 10-page feature inside show her walking in a courtyard hand-in-hand with her husband, President Emmanuel Macron, in the same look only swapping in a tailored red jacket by Azzedine Alaïa with mesh accents. She is also seen sitting at her desk in a red short-sleeved biker-inspired dress by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton.
In the article, Macron shares her admiration for Ghesquière and Karl Lagerfeld, whom she considers friends. She also lists among her other favorite designers Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing, Alexandre Vauthier, and Alaïa, but concedes she finds the latter’s skirts too short. “I wear above-the-knee, not minis! Although I loved to wear minis when I was younger, we would hide them in our bags when we went out…. and we’d slip bloomers on underneath to dance to rock ‘n’ roll,” Macron says. “We

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On the Runway: Brigitte Macron Inaugurates a New Look for France

Her powder-blue ensemble was a statement of independence and of support for her husband’s message.
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Bernard Arnault Endorses Emmanuel Macron in Op-Ed

THINK PIECE: Luxury titan Bernard Arnault has endorsed center-left French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron in an op-ed column published in Les Echos newspaper on Friday.
Arnault criticizes Macron’s rival Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right National Front, whose anti-European Union platform calls for curbs on immigration and greater economic autonomy.
Titled “Why I Am Voting for Emmanuel Macron,” his column begins by saying that between the two alternatives presented in the second round of presidential elections slated for Sunday, “one is a dead branch.”
“It is one of confinement, of fear, of acrimonies,” wrote Arnault. “It is one of the illusory protection called protectionism that protects against nothing, sterilizes exchanges and curtails will. Everything in Marine Le Pen’s program, and despite her cloak of sovereignty, breathes fear and weakness.”
Arnault counsels against Le Pen’s economic policies.
“Leave Europe? That is to ignore very imprudently that we owe our prosperity to peace and to European exchanges since 60 years,” he writes. “Leave the euro? It is to forget how much our common currency protects our savings and prevents the cost of our imports from soaring, notably for energy.”
The luxury titan, whose company LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton owns Les Echos, also touches on the negative

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