Legal Issues Page 1
America’s Next Top Model alum Renee Alway’s court appearance has the internet buzzing with comparisons to Britney Spears and Sinead O’Connor, but compared to what we saw in her paralyzing mugshot, it’s a welcomed change.
Since being found guilty of tax evasion, sentenced to jail time, and ordered to pay 343.4 million euros plus interest, Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce have been fervently appealing the court’s decision. They’ve made some very public statements, from closing their Milan stores, bars, and restaurants for three days in protest, to even stating that paying the fines would be the end of Dolce & Gabbana.
Lynn Tesoro, the unfortunate publicist who got smacked in the face by an editor just prior to Zac Posen‘s spring 2013 show, has filed a new lawsuit against the women who attacked her.
Pissing off Styleite and pissing off Vogue are two very different things. Because Vogue will sue you pretty quick. A Victoria, British Columbia-based charity learned that lesson on Wednesday, a day before an event that was to be called Victoria’s Fashion’s Night Out. Vogue’s lawyers sent the event’s organizers a letter threatening legal action if the event’s name wasn’t changed.