So if you want to recreate Jessie's look, we've rounded up the best of the rest on the virtual high street.And it looked as though the couple appeared to be almost inseparable at the Awards After Party, with James - who sported a Thom Sweeney suit - and Jessie cosying up to one another throughout the soiree.Mark Canton is pushing into New York City with Mad Riot Entertainment, a movie and TV development production company.The “300” producer is serving as a partner and creative consultant for Mad Riot, which is launching with Lawrence Smith as CEO, George Davanzo as executive chairman and Dorothy Canton as president.“Mad Riot is designed to acquire outstanding content and will compete to obtain material in any format or development stage,” Smith said.“We carefully assembled our talented core team and surrounded ourselves with strong, supportive and extremely resourceful partners.” Smith has worked on “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps,” “Noah” and “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Davanzo, who has been an investment banker, worked as a financial technical advisor for “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Dorothy Canton, daughter of Mark Canton, is a communications professional in movies and TV and recently worked in publicity for Focus Features on “Dallas Buyers Club. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts.However, its status in that regard began to decline during the late 20th century, as shifts in the manufacturing industry led to the relocation or repositioning of many factories.
Not only did lucky Jessie Buckley get to present an Olivier Award with the dapper David Gandy last night, she also made her red carpet debut with her gorgeous boyfriend James Norton!
She and James (who got suited and booted in a Thom Sweeney tuxedo) make a very stylish couple!
The long sleeves balance out the revealing neckline, and when styled with swept-up hair, she gave the red carpet regulars a run for their money.
The city lies on the edge of Ohio's extensive Amish country, particularly in Holmes and Wayne counties to the city's west and southwest. Canton is the largest incorporated area in the Canton-Massillon, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Stark and Carroll counties. Canton's city population declined 9.7%, down to 73,007 residents.
Despite this decline, the 2010 figure actually moved Canton from ninth to eighth place among Ohio cities.