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Ever wonder how absurdly wealthy folks blow off steam in the French Riviera? Well, it turns out it’s by throwing around hundreds of thousands of dollars to get unlikely couples to make out with one another. For a good cause, of course.
George Clooney is hawking tequila with Cindy Crawford‘s husband Randy Gerber, so who better to appear in a commercial for the liquor than Crawford herself? Well, how about Stacy Keibler, and Clooney himself? Yep, it’s Thirsty Thursday, peeps!
If you were still looking for proof that Fashion Week is one well-funded exercise in public relations, we think we’ve found it for you. Word has it that Stacy Keibler (the woman you maybe knew as a WWE wrestler who is now doing a stint as arm candy for George Clooney) has been offered beaucoup dollars from clothing companies to wear their drag during New York Fashion Week.
It’s not every day you see three leading men on the cover of a leading culture magazine, but thanks to the forward-thinking photo editors at Vanity Fair, that day has arrived. The magazine’s February issue is fronted not by a chanteuse on the rise or an entertainer whose personal life is a media spectacle, but three good looking, award-winning actors challenged to take Vanity Fair‘s toughest test: The Proust Questionnaire.
At long last, justice has been served! After a few months of legal drama, the three men who unlawfully used George Clooney‘s name and likeness to sell a clothing line were convicted of fraud and sentenced to jail time by an Italian judge.
They say you can’t know where you’re going until you realize where you’ve been. With that in mind, we’re taking a glance back. The past week has been a roller coaster of fashion news and events — and luckily, we were there to catch the good (like the spot-on choices for the September magazine covers), the bad, and the ugly.
George Clooney spent Friday in an Italian court testifying against three defendants accused of using his name and forging his signature to sell a clothing line called GC Exclusive by George Clooney. But besides looking fantastic — boy, does that man know how to wear a suit — Clooney kept the courtroom entertained with his sly remarks and dry humor.