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Ke$ha’s first jewelry line, Kesha Rose by Charles Albert, is here and is exactly what we were expecting: weird.
This weekend, the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party returned to the Fountainebleu Miami Beach for a second year of fun, sun, and young blonde pop stars in questionable attire.
Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, and Rihanna may all be waiting with bated breath to see which of their 10+ nominations they’ll take home at tonight’s Billboard Music Awards, but there’s one honor we can already bestow: The Most Naked on The Red Carpet Award.
On last night’s Conan, Ke$ha bizarrely revealed her love of putting men’s beards in her mouth while wearing a dress printed with the host’s face. We couldn’t make this up even if we tried.
The stars came out tonight to celebrate the flicks of 2012 and, of course, some of them did not come correct. We caught every moment of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards red carpet via livestream, and have already rounded up just about every single look you need to see from the main event. Now, the time has come to check in with some of the evening’s sadder sartorial displays.
From Taylor Swift’s many costume changes to Nicki Minaj’s homage to Bob Ross, tonight’s American Music Awards featured no shortage of high-wattage stage looks — and we’ve got them all right here.
After doing my first fashion law roundup last Friday, I decided I kind of like the format. Styleite decided it kind of liked the format, too. So this week, we’re trying an experiment: this writer, one Charles Colman of Charles Colman Law, PLLC, will brief Styleite readers on the more colorful happenings in fashion law over the past week. Let us know what you think (unless you don’t like it, in which case, you can just go ahead and leave for vacation.)
Actors, singers, designers, and models alike attended Tuesday night’s 2nd annual amfAR Inspiration Gala at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. At the gala, Ke$ha was seen dishing with James Franco and the crowd was treated to performances by Courtney Love and Jennifer Hudson. But as we all know, the highlight of the night happened before the gala even started: the red carpet.
Would you have ever imagined Ke$ha would design a line of watches? Headdresses, maybe. So when watch brand Casio announced Ke$ha as its brand ambassador, we weren’t so much shocked by the pairing, but by the brand itself. Baby-G watches have been off our radar since the late ’90s — though they’ve certainly been dearly missed. Is this an attempt to revive the candy-colored watches?
While we at Styleite understand and appreciate all sorts of trends and styles, even when they don’t necessarily match up with our own personal taste, there are still some celebrities we hope stay as far away from fashion as possible. Just because you can act, or sing, or pick a stylist who dresses you well when you walk the red carpet does not give you the right to call yourself a designer.
Vogue’s July Issue features Marion Cotillard on the cover and touts a “Fall Fashion Preview” highlighting everything from “Lean Lines to Dangerous Curves.” Nothing particularly new there, but inside the glossy, on the page leading into the preview (which is called, “I Am Woman”, in case you were wondering), features a manifesto of sorts and is like nothing we’ve ever seen in fashion’s most famous bible.
Part of our morning routine involves scouring our photo subscriptions for outfits worthy of both your adoration and ire. And every now and then we come across an outfit strange that it’s not really hateable or loveable. It just is. And so we present to you: Ke$ha, a fake head, and a pair of Balmain shorts.
I have no idea what Ke$ha or her costume designer was thinking when they put together this glow-in-the-dark, neon paintsuit made up of nothing but stereotypical tribal markings — paired, of course, with a halo of feathers — but the result was painful to watch.