TONY N’ TINA’S WEDDING Will Celebrate with a Live Performance on Zoom on Oct. 8

Proceeds from ticket sales to help TCS Entertainment Community Fund.

BWW Feature: TONY N' TINA'S WEDDING Will Celebrate with a Live Performance on Zoom on Oct. 8

People are still getting married in Las Vegas, and that includes Tony and Tina. But what about holding a wedding and reception during COVID-19? Tony and Tina will get hitched on Zoom with their family and guests safe and socially distanced. Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, the long-running Las Vegas interactive dinner show on the Strip, will perform a virtual benefit performance on Oct. 8 on Zoom.

Proceeds from the sales of tickets will help benefit The Composers Showcase TCS Entertainment Community Relief Fund. The fund was set up to help support members of the local entertainment community who have been adversely affected financially by COVID.

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is staged as an evening of wedding nuptials bringing two Italian-American families together. The audience members are “invited” wedding guests encouraged to participate in the ceremony and reception. Guests for this

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Fashion brands design ‘waist-up’ clothing for Zoom

Fashion labels are designing outfits for video calls during the coronavirus pandemic.

A “waist-up” focus has been noticed at both Milan and London Fashion Weeks, with detailed necklines and relaxed trousers.

Prada placed its logo near the collars of its tops, and featured large coats pulled around shoulders like a blanket.

It said it was not inspired by Zoom, but by the “contemporary human relationship with technology”.

“Fashion is about reacting to reality,” said Miuccia Prada, head designer of Prada, at its virtual Milan fashion show. “During lockdown, I realised how important technology is and how it is impactful for us, and in some ways, an extension of ourselves.”

“The tunic tops and roll necks, with the brand’s famous triangle logo blown up and placed directly below the neckline, will certainly catch the eye of your fellow Zoomers,” Jane McFarland, fashion director at The Sunday Times, said of the collection.

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