Although we remained relatively impartial, we could see where the Advertising Standards Authority was coming from when it deemed Dakota Fanning’s Marc Jacobs Oh, Lola! perfume advert too racy and[Read More...]
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If someone told us a few months ago that we would see American president Barack Obama kiss Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and China’s Hu Jintao in an ad campaign, we wouldn’t[Read More...]
Was Kim Kardashian’s divorce pre-planned? Fans seem to think so after seeing her December Marie Claire cover!
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and soon-to-be ex-Mrs Kris Humphries, covers the US Marie Claire December issue, looking a lot more solemn than her usual sexy self and ‘come hither’[Read More...]
Earlier this week, Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon was spotted carrying a snake-skin Chloe bag which was not only offensive to animal rights activists (naturally), but also illegal in California. PETA[Read More...]
Despite an initial verdict being reached that stated that a colour couldn’t possibly be trademarked in the world of fashion, the Christian Louboutin v Yves Saint Laurent court case is[Read More...]
We wish we were kidding, but it’s true folks – Jean Paul Gaultier did indeed call Anna Wintour “monstrous”.
Flame-haired TV personality Mary Portas has dared to insult both royal princess Kate Middleton and pop princess Cheryl Cole, all in the space of a few minutes.
We’ve avoided getting into it until now, but it’s about time we addressed the ongoing battle of the fashion weeks.
The name Tyler Shields is, more often than not, closely followed by the word ‘controversy’. Even though these pictures of Mischa Barton aren’t the most conventional by normal photography standards,[Read More...]
So everyone got a bit excited when they saw what Lady Gaga wore to the CFDAs this week, but not everyone thought her lack of pants was an arty statement[Read More...]
As far as shocking statements go, Tom Ford‘s are pretty much up there this morning. According to reports, he wouldn’t mind dying tomorrow.