Week in review: Harvey Weinstein, FIFA U17 World Cup and more

MW looks back at the week that was, on the internet. Harvey Weinstein and Ben Affleck Hollywood’s bigwig Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment case has only been getting worse by the day. Many women from the industry like Rose McGowan, Cara Delevingne, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and more came forward to tell their stories about Weinstein’s […]

MW looks back at the week that was, on the internet.

 

 

Harvey Weinstein and Ben Affleck

 

Hollywood’s bigwig Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment case has only been getting worse by the day. Many women from the industry like Rose McGowan, Cara Delevingne, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and more came forward to tell their stories about Weinstein’s behaviour. Ben Affleck condoned his conduct but in doing so, videos from his past resurfeaced where it seemed like he was sexually inappropriate with actress Hilary Burton and a TV host.

 

 

FIFA U17 World Cup

 

The FIFA World Cup for U17s kicked off last week and has gathered steamed in this week. With the matches being held in five stadiums across the country, we thought you’d might get hungry after the game.

 

 

Zara went online

 

Spanish fashion brand Zara, after opening a massive store in a heritage building this May, went online in India, leaving us wondering why they’d pull that move when going to a physical store of the brand is so much more enjoyable.

 

Jacket and joggers by
Ermenegildo Zegna Couture;
jumper by Tommy Hilfiger

 

Ranveer Singh on MW India’s cover

 

He is as charming as you see him on the big screen. Ranveer Singh is the cover star of Man’s World October issue where he talks about himself, his movies and a crash course on how to get a woman’s attention. 

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