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Pshaw! When Tree got out there she made it look as easy as ever. Wearing a black suit over rattan slides with a Chaos lighter (courtesy of stylist Charlotte Stockdale) holder swinging jauntily at her hip, her bangs still framing the Native girl they told me I was different best compliment ever– cherokee native American shirt face that entranced fashion’s original generation, she killed it. Now in her eighth generation, Tree is making a tentative return to the work. She has been doing a few shoots with Tim Walker, she said, adding that today marked her first foray into the live fray and also that, tantalisingly, she has just finished writing “my book.” That will be a rich source of excellent stories. As to how shows compare against when she was a regular, Tree offered: “Well, this is bigger than Ben-Hur. When I was doing shows everyone was crammed into a tiny room and there was a lot of anxiety, but this is so beautifully organized and calm. I was quite nervous coming here from London, but it turns out I know a lot of people and that has made it much easier. All this is extraordinary, really.” As is she: Hail to Penelope Tree.

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Former detective Brett Hankison was indicted with three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment for bullets that went into other apartments, not the Native girl they told me I was different best compliment ever– cherokee native American shirt ones that killed Taylor. The other two officers involved, Myles Cosgrove and Jonathan Mattingly, will not be charged. The maximum penalty for Hankison’s verdict is a fine of up to $10,000 and one to five years in prison; Hankison, who was fired from the Louisville Police Department in June for firing “wantonly and blindly” into Taylor’s apartment, will be held on a cash bond of $15,000 once he is arrested. Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron announced Wednesday afternoon that a Jefferson County grand jury had indicted just one of the three Louisville police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black EMT who was shot in her apartment on March 13.

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