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Lady Gaga is officially the most followed woman on Twitter — and for good reason. Her tweet pics and kooky messages to her favorite “little monsters” have given her followers a behind-the-scenes and surprisingly earnest look at what it’s like to be the world’s most famous Fame Monster. And like any good title winner, Gaga filmed a thank you note — an acceptance speech of sorts — for all 5,745,000 followers that helped to make her the Twitterer that she is today.
Last week, we told you about Imane Boudal, the 26-year-old muslim Disney hostess that was told she could not wear her hijab during the religious holiday of Ramadan while working in a Disney affiliated restaurant. It simply didn’t comply with what managers felt was the “Disney Look.” Now, it seems that the already messy situation has gotten worse.Now, it seems that the already messy situation has gotten worse.
Leave it to Kim Kardashian to make a dramatic appearance on her own red carpet. For the premiere party for Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim decided to debut new ‘do.
On Sunday, WWD confirmed what we’ve been wanting ever since we saw The September Issue and fell in love with Vogue’s flame-haired creative director: Grace Coddington is writing a memoir.
We give Taylor Momsen a hard time here on Styleite, but the truth is: she’s not alone. Bare midriffs, crotch-revealing skirts, overly exposed cleavage — there are no shortage of sartorial offenses to which young celebrities fall victim when climbing the golden ladder of fame.
The Daily Mail recently sat down with Lauren Weisberger, whose novel, The Devil Wears Prada, was based off of her own year-long experience as Wintour’s assistant at Vogue. And just as we expected, she dished some delicious dirt — most notably, how her own experiences differed from that of the movie.
Britney Spears’ former manager and current boyfriend Jason Trawick has accused the star of having a serious case Styleitis — the kind that involves not showering, not washing her clothes, and according to earlier photos, not washing her hair. But alas, she isn’t the first un-showered celebrity we’ve seen around.
Our September issues have finally arrived, so even though we’ve seen some of these ads already — and told you about them! — we’ve compiled a list of the seven most show-stopping campaigns, the ones that actually made us stop, think, and take a closer look before flipping through to the next editorial.
Disneyland is supposed to be a place of happiness, joy, and of course, princess costumes. But one woman isn’t feeling the magic. 26-year-old Imane Boudal is suing Disneyland for discrimination after she was told she could not do her job if she chose to wear her religious headscarf.
It looks like we only have a few more hours left to call Whitney Port our favorite Girl Next Door. The seemingly shy and somewhat modest City girl has announced that she’s following in the footsteps of pretty much every other reality star out there: she’s posing for Maxim.
Ever since news broke that Tavi Gevinson would be styling Real Housewife Danielle Staub‘s daughter Christine for Blackbook Magazine, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on the issue. And now it’s finally here.
It makes sense that the term L.B.D. was added to the Oxford University Press dictionary. After all, we say it at least once a day. We just can’t believe it took them this long. So, while they’re at it, we have a few more additions we’d like to recommend.
Last night, the stars showed up to the Hollywood premiere of Piranha 3D. And while the movie doesn’t in and of itself scream fashion, like every movie premiere, the red carpet had its fair share of fun summer dresses — both hits and misses. The Styleite staff was split, however, when we came across photos of Gossip Girl‘s Jessica Szohr.
When Love Magazine presented readers with eight covers for their full frontal nude Body Issue, the magazine became a virtual collector’s item. So it comes as no surprise to us that for their fourth installment, they would again release the magazine in a series of eight covers. After all, it is their September issue. Go big and plentiful, or go home.
How many times do you think The Situation takes his shirt off a day? Four? Five? Well, after we heard this news, we’d like to give The Sitch fair warning: Do not go to France! Removing his shirt around our Gallic friends could run him a hefty fine.
As if we weren’t excited enough for the next season of Gossip Girl, now rumor has it that Project Runway‘s Tim Gunn will be making a cameo appearance sometime in late October.
The September issues can be overwhelming. The different cover girls, the hundreds of pages, and the countless stories make for a lot of information to absorb in a relatively short amount of time. (Thirty days for all that fashion? It’s just inhumane.) So we’ve tried to make it easy on you by going through every page, every nook and cranny, and presenting our favorite bits in a nice, concise, Tiffany-like package for you.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Madonna, Victoria Beckham — these are celebrities that we understand would want to launch fashion brands. But when we found out Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, was creating a clothing line, we must admit, we were confused.
Upon hearing the news that Doonan would be designing a line of Halloween costumes for Target, we had one thought: finally! It’s a shock to us that no one has asked him to do so before. Who better to dress America’s trick or treaters than the man who dresses the best holiday windows of the world? Oh, and did we mention his birthday is October 31st?
When we heard Olivia Palermo would be designing a line of necklaces with Roberta Freymann, we were thrilled. We expected chunky crystal necklaces, vintage inspired designs, and statement pieces that could instantly perfect an outfit. And the 5-piece collection of bib necklaces are perfectly Palermo — right down to the price point.