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Iconic Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Dies At The Age Of 82

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


It’s the end of an era … a glamorous, fabulous, fashionable era. Iconic designer Oscar de la Renta has passed away at the age of 82, after losing a battle with gastric cancer.


In 2013, the Dominican-born designer spoke about his battle with cancer. He told the International Business Times, “Yes, I had cancer. Right now, I am totally clean. The only realities in life are that you are born, and that you die. We always think we are going to live forever. The dying aspect we will never accept. The one thing about having this kind of warning is how you appreciate every single day of life.”


Despite the illness, Oscar had still been hard at work, creating beauty—he designed Amal Alamuddin’s wedding dress for her nuptials to George Clooney last month.


He dressed many of Hollywood’s most A-list ladies, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Lea Michele, Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Garner, as well as first ladies Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama.


De la Renta is survived by his second wife, Annette de la Renta.

Categories: Couture

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Kim Kardashian Ushers In The “Era Of The Big Booty” With Her Curvy Ensembles

Monday, October 20, 2014


Sir Mix-A-Lot may have brought it to the masses and Jennifer Lopez may have popularized it—but we can all agree that Kim Kardashian is the queen of the big-bootied babes!


In the so called “Era of the Big Booty” (thanks Vogue), Kimmy K has turned out to be Buttmaster General, showing off her fine form in a plethora of bum-hugging ensembles on the reg.


Over the weekend, Kimbo certainly pumped up the volume on her booty-baring couture.  On Saturday, the hot mom showed off her butt in her ripped jeans shorts and backless sweater. And then on Sunday, all eyes were on her a$$ with her PVC pants when she stopped at The Grill restaurant in Calabasas.


We aren’t sure if we think Vogue is right—they may just be trying to kiss Kim’s butt, but either way, with the onslaught of curvy gals with junk in the trunk like Iggy Azalea, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, there’s not denying the fact that ladies with large behinds are definitely taking over the world!

Paris And Nicky Hilton Are Leather-Wearing Ladies In NYC

Friday, October 17, 2014


These sisters love their motorcycle styles!


Paris Hilton headed to a business meeting with her sister Nicky in NYC on Thursday, and the heiress couldn’t resist showering her puppy in kisses. We can see why! The socialite’s sibling couldn’t help but want in on the lovefest, and little Prince looked overjoyed to be in her arms.


Paris looked like quite the motorcycle babe look in jeans, Chanel fingerless gloves, and a leather jacket. Meanwhile, lil’ sis Nicky busted out some faux leather leggings, an Isabel Marant sweatshirt and Isabel Marant wedges. 


They definitely covered up for their day out—temps must be starting to dip in the Big Apple!

Reese Witherspoon Dons Buttoned-Up Style For International Flight

Thursday, October 16, 2014


Not even an 10-hour flight from London can ruffle her feathers! Looking cool as ever, Reese Witherspoon was in top form when she touched down from Great Britain, where she attended the BFI London Film Festival.


For the flight, Reese donned a denim shirt, black Frame Le Color denim jeans in Film Noir ($184), Valentino Rockstud flats ($775) and a Louis Vuitton carry on. She topped off the ensemble with a pair of Tom Ford sunglasses ($360). How chic! This buttoned-up style is quite different from her onscreen role as a drug-addicted woman, hanging on by her last threads in Wild.


During the a press conference for the movie the London Film Festival, she talked openly about her 3013 arrest for disorderly conduct. Reese said, “I think it was a moment where people realized that I wasn’t exactly what they thought I was. The mother of three continued, “I guess maybe we all like to define people by the way the media presents them, and I think that I showed I have a complexity that people didn’t know about. It’s part of human nature. I made a mistake. We all make mistakes. The best you can do is say sorry and learn from it and move on.”


The film is directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and based on Cheryl Strayed’s best-selling memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. It is scheduled to be released on December 5.

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