Jaden Smith is all over social media because, for some reason, he decided to walk around Calabasas in broad daylight in a mini-dress.
Paps caught the 16-year-old Thursday, shortly before he took to Twitter to confirm reports that yes, indeed, he was in a dress. “That Moment When Your Wearing A Dress With No Pants And You Swerve Way To Hard,” the 16-year-old actor wrote.
We should’ve seen this coming. On Tuesday, he revealed on Instagram that he went to the retail clothing store, Top Shop to buy some “girl clothes.” In the pic, he’s sporting a long sleeve striped dress over pants.
Cosmopolitan even had to comment…
Michelle Obama graced the cover of Glamour Magazine with Kerry Washington and Sarah Jessica Parker for its May issue.
The threesome are teaming up for a joint venture and will be revealing what that is in Glamour’s “Power Women” issue.
The ladies were shot by Patrick Demarchelier while both the cover and spread was styled by Laura Ferrara. The issue will be hitting newsstands soon.
Last year Beyonce released a four-piece nail collection inspired by the music and videos from her last album. Now she’s releasing a second line with NCLA, according to Cocoa Fab.
The collection has three new designs. One of them is honeycomb patterned called the “Beyhive,” inspired by her fans. It’s described below:
“A golden beehive texture inspired by Beyonce’s community of fans, with a subtle bee stripe overlay as an accent. The perfect way to show your loyalty to the Queen B.”
The other two new designs are inspired by “Blow” called “Je Ne Sais Quoi” (are fun and colorful nail patterns) and “Haunted” called “Cat-Calls On Cat-Walks” (black and white stripes, black lace and red roses patterns).
One design costs $18, but for the mega Hive devotees, the price of the entire collection is $115. It can be found at the “NCLA for Beyonce” section.
Tyga was in the middle of introducing his new shoe line in Los Angeles when he was interrupted by a process server.
Tyga was at Shiekh Shoes in Hollywood Tuesday night unveiling his new kicks for L.A. Gear when he was served with legal papers.
According to TMZ, the server stood in line for more than two hours, bought two pairs at $120 each, had them autographed … and then hit him with the papers.
The process server wouldn’t reveal any details about the papers, only saying that Tyga apparently owes someone money.
These are the shoes Tyga is promoting:
Tyra Banks finally took her weave out, along with much of her hair.
The executive producer and host of “America’s Next Top Model” chopped off her tresses to reveal a short pixie cut. She debuted the look Friday on her various social media accounts along with the word, “Snip.”
Rihanna makes history today with her appointment as a Dior Girl!
WWD reports the famed French fashion house has tapped the singer to star in its upcoming video and print campaign, and she will be the first black woman to do so.
RiRi will reportedly star in the fourth episode of Dior’s “Secret Garden” video series, which features models frolicking around the palace of Versailles in Dior gowns.
Both the video and print images will be shot by Steven Klein and debut later this Spring.
The Grammy Award-winning singer has already lead a campaign for Balmain and was recently named a creative director at Puma.
Kanye West is looking for the same amount of respect in the fashion world that he demands in the entertainment field – but he won’t get it from Kelly Cutrone.
“I’m not into his fashion thing,” the fashion publicist bluntly told People following his Adidas collection at NY Fashion Week. “I think he’s fine as a rapper. I think he’s a joke as a fashion designer.”
Cutrone, a judge on “America’s Next Top Model,” thinks Kim Kardashian’s husband, 37, should just stick to music.
“I just think that you should stay focused at what you’re good at. Just because you’re a good rapper doesn’t mean you’re going to be a good fashion designer. I mean, we’ve seen that over and over,” she added before pointing out that Diddy’s Sean John was a successful brand but few coveted the clothes.
And when asked about West’s new Yeezy sneakers that droves of people stood in line for, Cutrone wasn’t impressed.
“I mean, it’s not, he’s not legit. Have you seen the product?” she said. “Didn’t he have his own line in London, which was a disaster that he spent $10 million to do, that no one wore?”