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Aya Ueto is commercial queen for 2nd year in a row

Aya Ueto is Japan's TV commercial queen for the second straight year, according to media research company Nihon Monitor. Ueto, 25, topped the chart by advertising for 13 companies this year.
Ueto has been involved in a number of campaigns that have run for more than a year, including those for Softbank's famous Shirato family series in which the paternal figure is played by a white dog, and suit company Aoki. The data suggested that Ueto's high visibility in commercials has made her a familiar face to most of the nation.
Actresses held all three of the top positions in the ranking with Saki Aibu, 25, second with appearances in ads for 12 companies this year, and Aoi Miyazaki, 25, coming in third with 11. Riding the wave of success that followed the release of their album "Beginner" in November, eight members of pop group AKB48 also ranked highly, including Yuko Oshima, 22, and Atsuko Maeda, 19.

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No Sleeves to reunite for the first time in 5 years

No Sleeves will hold their 15th anniversary live on November 25 at Zepp Haneda (TOKYO). 
Comprised of Kojima Haruna, Takahashi Minami, and Minegishi Minami, No Sleeves made their debut as an AKB48 sub-unit in 2008. It's been about five years since they last got together for a concert. 
Kojima commented, "Now the three of us are each pursuing our own paths, but when we get together like this, we instantly go back to the same atmosphere and relationship we had back then." Meanwhile, Takahashi expressed, "I wonder what kind of concert it will be... Will we still be able to dance? lol." Finally, Minegishi stated, "It appears the next time will be five years from now, so please take this opportunity to come and see us!"

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Teddy Girls make comeback in Diors rebel Paris show

Paris — Dior went back to the feisty Teddy Girls of 1950s Britain for its vision of a feminist future in its Paris fashion week show Tuesday.
With black leather jackets, long nipped-waist Dior "New Look" skirts with leather cumberbunds and tartan a-go-go, designer Maria Grazia Chiuri raided the wardrobes of the rebel girls of the early days of rock 'n' roll.
The original royal rebel Princess Margaret -- a Dior addict -- and the proudly proletarian Teddy Girls who were the "queens of the ravaged landscape" of postwar Britain were the two pillars of the Italian creator's autumn winter collection.
She took some of the most feminine clothes of the epoch -- kitten heels with black socks, shiny bucket hats and tight woollen sweaters -- and mixed them with a more masculine and sportswear silhouette.
Chiuri has been on something of a crusade during her time at the most feminine of French labels to make its famously chic clothes simple and adaptable enough for everyday wear.
And you could easily imagine women wearing trainers under even the most intricate of dresses in this collection.
The Teddy Girls were the punks of their time, "impertinent characters with wild quiffs who wore Edwardian-style men's jackets with ample skirts, jeans and black leather jackets," the designer said.
"London always represents tradition and at the same time the breaking with tradition," Chiuri told AFP.
The show was a long love letter to the iconoclasm of British style, and comes as a exhibition about Dior at the V&A museum in London has become a sold-out hit.
"I tried to create pieces in this collection in which everyone can express themselves in their own way by using different combinations while respecting the codes of the brand," Chiuri said.
Since her debut collection in 2017 -- when she made headlines with a "We Should All Be Feminists" T-shirt -- Dior's first female designer has put down a ladder to omen artists and writers. — AFP

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Triendl Reina graduates from Keio University

On September 16, talento Triendl Reina updated her blog and announced that she has graduated from Keio University.

In a blog entry titled "Graduation," Triendl wrote, "Today, I attended Keio University's graduation! I am happy to announce that I was able to graduate!" She also uploaded a photo of herself shaking hands with Murai Jun, dean of the Department of Environmental Information. Triennial continued, "I am very grateful for my teachers, friends, family, and office for their support in order for me to manage both work and school." 

Fans congratulated Triendl with comments such as, "Keio?! That's amazing!" and "Congratulations! I really respect you." 

After graduating from International Christian University High School, Triendl entered Keio University. She had taken some time off from school due to her work. 

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Kiritani Mirei announces pregnancy

On February 4, actress Kiritani Mirei (30) announced via her Instagram account that she is expecting her first child
Kiritani shared a photo of herself, her husband, actor Miura Shohei (31), and her dog, and wrote, "I have an announcement for everyone who always supports me. At this time, I have been blessed with a baby inside of my stomach. I am anxious everyday because this is my first, but I am spending each day quietly and happily while awaiting the day I get to meet my baby."
She continued, "I plan to continue working as much as I can while monitoring my physical condition. I wanted to let my supporters know first. Please continue to support me."�
Kiritani and Miura co-starred in the Fuji TV drama 'Suki na Hito ga Iru Koto' back in July of 2016, and tied the knot in July of 2018

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