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Hotness In The News Tuesday September 9

Hotness In The News Tuesday September 9

Hotness in the News brought to you by SociaLifeChicago is your daily intel for quick news stories to keep you up on what’s going on in Chicago and the world, with sports some celebrity and fashion news and our ‘Look of The Day.’ Skip the small talk and have something substantial to say.

 When someone that you care about does wrong — there are consequences, and rightfully so — it is hurtful…”My pain is for both of them as a couple going forward. My hope is that they can make it work. From everything that I understand and in talking to Ray up until his suspension talking to him a lot, it seemed like they were working hard and they really were doing well. I hope they can weather this part of it, too.-Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh


Whole foods has partnered with startup instacart allowing consumers to “order groceries online and have them delivered in as little as one hour.” 14 cities across the country will soon get the in-store pickup option when they order via instacart. [INSTACART]


Home Depot confirmed  a breach in it’s payments security systems and it could impact stores across the US and Canada. The breach could extend as far back as April ’14 and reported to be larger than Target’s breach last year.
“We owe it to our customers to alert them that we now have enough evidence to confirm that a breach has indeed occurred,It is important to emphasize that no customers will be responsible for fraudulent charges to their accounts” in a statement from Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Frank Blake [REUTERS]


Apple’s iphone event, taking place later today will announced the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and a wearable device, the iWatch. Apple is providing a live stream of the event. [CBS NEWS]
A US Federal Air Marshall “is in quarantine in Houston today after being attacked by an unknown assailant at the Lagos, Nigeria airport wielding a syringe.” While the unknown assailant ran away and could not be located, officials said the other air marshals on the team were able to secure the needle and bring it on the flight for testing in the U.S. [ABC NEWS]


•  11 seeded, #16 ranked Marin Cillic won the US Open last night and hopes to inspire other players. “I feel it’s very inspirational for all the other players out there that are working hard and sometimes losing motivation, I would definitely feel much stronger if I would see somebody like me accomplish things like this.” [BBC]


Buy! Buy! Buy! Baby BUY! Twitter has launched a buy now button and some big fashion brands have jumped on board. Users can “store their bank details on Twitter’s secure internal system” allowing them buy and ship with just one button. “Burberry will launch the tool immediately after its London Fashion Week show on September 15 with the nail polish colours used on the catwalk.” [VOGUE UK]
Dave and Buster’s, the arcade and restuarant chain, ha “filed with U.S. regulators on Monday to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering of its common stock.” [CNBC]


The writer behind upcoming live-action version of The Jungle Book in reportedly in negotiations to work on “Top Gun 2, the sequel to the 1980s Tom Cruise classic.” Top Gun 2 is being produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, David Ellison(yes kin of Larry Ellison) and Dana Goldberg and Tom Cruise is set to return as Maverick. [THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER]

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Italian fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna has partnered with Maserati to launch a limited series of only 100 Maserati Quattroporte and they will celebrate with a launch party. [WWD]
You can take a look at the car HERE


Alessandra Ambrosio

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