His team's announcement was brief and to the point: "Jeremy Scott's fall/winter 2020 collection will no longer be shown during New York Fashion Week. Jeremy Scott will present his forthcoming collection in Paris in July, paying tribute to the city that sparked his design career."
In May 2019, it was announced that Scott would be taking over as head designer at Louis Vuitton after Kim Jones stepped down from the position. He made his debut at the Couture Spring-Summer 2020 show in Paris on July 6th.
When he first arrived in Paris, Scott was hired by Christian Dior to redesign their menswear line. But after only one season, Dior dropped him from the project.
After leaving Dior, Scott started his own brand called JEANNETTE. His first collection was shown in 1995 and since then he has never looked back. Today, his company is one of the most famous fashion labels in France.
As for why Scott left Paris, we can only speculate. Maybe the fashion scene in Paris is too saturated for one designer to make a big impact. Or maybe the lifestyle brand demands more time than Jeremy can spare. No matter what the reason is, we wish him all the best in his new job at Louis Vuitton.
Jeremy finally departed, not because of another death, but because he wanted to attend art school (an unusually conventional sendoff within the chaotic world of TVD). Before the sixth season debuted, producer Julie Plec revealed that Jeremy's final episode would be the 14th. The character was supposed to die in that episode, but she didn't want fans to worry when they didn't see him again right away.
Although no longer a vampire, Jeremy does appear in several episodes during the seventh season. In addition to his original characters, he also reprises his role as Silas for two episodes during this period. It is revealed in both cases that he is now an adult and has become obsessed with creating life in any way possible. He even goes so far as to try and make more vampires so he can continue his experiments.
It turns out that being dead isn't as easy as it looks. Not only is there a price to be paid for this gift, but so too is there a price to be paid if you decide to come back from the dead. In the end, only one thing is certain: nothing stays the same.
While CBS and CBS Studios have refused to comment on Harmon's future with NCIS, the actor has been considering leaving the show for some months. NCIS: Los Angeles will return for its 13th season in 2021-22, while NCIS: New Orleans concluded its seven-season run earlier this year.
Harmon has said he would like to continue working after his 50th birthday in February 2020. The actor has two children with wife Jennifer Tilly -- 14-year-old Jack and 12-year-old Hattie -- and he is a strong supporter of #MeToo and other feminist movements.
Harmon first came to attention in 1993 when he starred as naval officer Steve McGarrett in the first three seasons of Fox's crime drama series Bullseye. The role earned him an Emmy Award nomination in 1994. He returned for two more seasons in 1995 and 1996.
After Bullseye ended, Harmon moved on to other projects including the 1997 comedy film Freejack. From 1998 to 2004, he played Dr. Daniel Jackson on the hit ABC television series Star Trek: Voyager. In 2007, Harmon returned to television starring as special agent Gibbs in the NCIS series that has become one of CBS' most popular programs.
This isn't the first time Harmon has considered leaving NCIS.
Matt LeBlanc will depart Top Gear after the next series, according to BBC Studios. The actor thanked the team for "a terrific trip" and announced his departure from the driving program in order to spend more time with his family and friends. "It's awful, but I will no longer be involved with the show for these reasons." He continued, "I'm sorry I can't be there for some of you who have been there for me over the years, but this is what I want to do."
LeBlanc first joined the show as a guest driver in 2002, and became a regular cast member three years later. During his time on the show, he developed relationships with several of the other drivers, including Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and Jason Plato. Their friendship was used as a central plot point in the third season episode "Matt's Last Drive", in which it is revealed that he needs money to save his restaurant business. After trying unsuccessfully to sell his car to pay for repairs, he decides to drive it in an ice race to raise funds.
At the end of the episode, he leaves the show, saying that he cannot continue due to stress from work and family issues. However, he returns two episodes later, when his former co-hosts replace him with James May and Richard Hammond during their holiday.
After leaving Top Gear, LeBlanc went on to host another CBS comedy series, Joey.
He worked as a designer for the Versace Sport brand at the time. D'Amico now has his own clothes design business. Versace received a lifetime stipend of 50 million lire per month and the ability to reside in any of Versace's houses in Italy and the United States as a result of D'Amico's will.
Their relationship was very public, with rumors circulating about them being married. In 1998, after news reports that D'Amico had died, Versace said they had been "married in secret" and that he was "heartbroken".
In 2004, after news reports that another of Versace's partners had died, this time Gianni's brother Paolo, who was also his business partner, this time there were no doubts about the cause of death - he was murdered. The police believed it was a robbery gone wrong. But many people still believe that Paolo was killed because of his relationship with his brother.
Gianni was only 49 years old when he died. Today, there are still people who claim that David was the one who killed Gianni. They say that he got jealous because Gianni was trying to replace him as the most popular fashion designer in Europe.
But others say that Paolo was responsible for his brother's murder. People believe that once Paolo discovered that Gianni was going to divorce him and split up the company, he decided to kill him.