Lorde has asked fans to wear “rainbow clothing” to her upcoming show in Kansas after extremist Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) published plans to protest the concert. The American church, known for its radical ideologies, especially against homosexuality, plans to picket the show at Midland Theatre on March 21
Australian actress Toni Collette and her musician husband have lost a high-profile legal stoush over the failed purchase of a Sdyney house, and have to pay more than A$800,000 (NZ$957,000) in damages. In the NSW Supreme Court on Friday, Acting Justice William Windeyer found in favour of Industrie clothing label founder, Susan Kelly, and ordered Collette and her husband, David Galafassi, pay A$814,907 (NZ$975,000), plus legal costs
Beyonce, not everyone’s a fan. The pop star/fashion icon/actress/She-ra in the flesh is everywhere, doing, it seems, almost everything, but overexposure can have its drawbacks.
Just weeks after paying tribute to her late father, Sir Paul Holmes, by having his face tattooed on her thigh, Millie Elder has shown off her new ink as a model for a grunge clothing label.
Lindsay Lohan has been out partying again. TMZ reports that the troubled actress went to a nightclub in Santa Monica, California on Saturday night with her rumoured new boyfriend Avi Snow.
Gwendoline Christie is a striking blonde, in more ways than one.
This week, Linda Garibay’s monthly welfare check will drop by $43.
I’m not really a size 4.
Moussy, a boutique located on the fifth floor of the 109 Building in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, is dim, cramped and messy. The austere space communicates antifashion; there is nothing cool about the spartanic sloppiness
Though her days of battling Kristen Cavallari and Speidi in the realm of reality TV are officially behind her, no way is Lauren Conrad headed for the unemployment line.