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Oz the Great and Powerful dominated the box office this weekend, raking in $80 million nationwide in ticket sales, but it could never have come to be if Judy Garland hadn’t donned ruby slippers and tapped her heels three times nearly 75 years ago. The Wizard of Oz has had no shortage of on-screen interpretations, but we’re taking a look at three of its best: the Disney film in theaters now, 1978′s Motown/Michael Jackson version The Wiz, and the original 1939 flick that started it all.
Peep some of the designs and drawings from UK fashion illustrator Hayden Wiliams, who is apparently Rihanna’s “boo.”
We just can’t get enough of Kim K these days.
Michael Jackson‘s dermatologist Arnold Klein is on a media tour of sorts, defending allegations that he played a role in the pop superstar’s death. Unfortunately for him, we don’t think his wardrobe is helping his case.
Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon, Randy, and Tito Jackson — along with the estate of their late brother Michael — are launching a clothing line called J5 inspired by their time as the “so-called First Family of Music.”
Word has it that Lady Gaga has her eye on a movie deal. An anonymous source told Dan Wootton at News of the World that the lady wants to make something that’s a cross between Michael Jackson‘s “Moonwalker” and “Dreamgirls.” Except with a lot more costume changes.
We know how difficult a red carpet can be, especially when part of the task is to pay tribute to a huge, yet decidedly controversial fashion icon: Michael Jackson. But trying to find a best dressed at this particular awards show was like finding a size 8 Louboutin at a sample sale: impossible.
Put a picture of Karl Lagerfeld on something, and you can pretty much guarantee it will be come the next, very large, great big thing. From the Karl mask bags to t-shirts, this stuff sells. And now you can add a little value to your neckline with a metal rendition of his iconic face.
Earlier last month, Mediaite.com broke news that Harper’s Bazaar would be shooting Janet Jackson for their October Cover. An odd choice by Editor in Chief, Glenda Bailey, since it has been three years since her Ms. Jackson’s last fashion magazine cover. What’s the result?
Images of the newsstand and subscribers covers have been released and surprisingly, one of the two covers appears to be stunning: a perfect mix of glamour and class.