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  • Tom Ford on Dressing Melania Trump: 'She's Not Necessarily My Image'

    In the fallout of the election, one key question that the fashion industry keeps returning to is whether or not designers who disagree with President-elect Donald Trump’s politics will refuse to dress his wife, future first lady Melania Trump. During an appearance Wednesday morning on The View, Tom Ford stated that he will join Sophie Theallet as one of the designers who will not be outfitting Melania. “Even had Hillary won, she shouldn’t be wearing my clothes,” said Ford.

  • Meet the Former Vogue Staffer Planning Trump's Inauguration Events

    Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, former Vogue special events director who helped plan the Met Gala, has reportedly been tapped to help with planning the presidential inauguration events. Wolkoff, a 6″1′ blonde with model good looks, who also led the way in moving Fashion Week to Lincoln Center, was spotted at Trump Tower this week with Tom Barrack, chairman of President-elect Donald Trump’s inaugural committee, reports Page Six. Sources tell the gossip site that Wolkoff is a senior adviser to Barrack.

  • Dorothy's Red Slippers Need $300,000 to Be Saved

    It will take more than three clicks of the heels to preserve the ruby slippers that whisked Dorothy back to Kansas at the end of The Wizard of Oz. The slippers, which for more than 30 years have been one of the most beloved items at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, were crafted almost 80 years ago by the MGM Studios prop department. On Monday, the Smithsonian asked the public to help save the slippers, launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise $300,000.

  • Kate Hudson's Fashion Company Exec Sues for Wrongful Termination

    A former vice president for Kate Hudson’s activewear company Fabletics says she was wrongfully terminated after taking medical leave to treat an Ambien addiction, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in L.A. County Superior Court. Talitha Peters is suing Fabletics, along with parent company TechStyle, for a host of claims including disability discrimination, retaliation and invasion of privacy. Peters says after she was promoted to vice president of creative in July 2014, the job stress took a toll and her doctor prescribed Ambien to help her sleep at night.

  • Beastie Boys, 'Girls' Viral Video in Copyright Infringement Fight

    This week, a toy company called Goldieblox ignited a chatterstorm with a video of three girls playing with a Rube Goldberg-type contraption and singing alternative lyrics to the Beastie Boys song "Girls." Since the video went up on Monday, it has been viewed more than seven million times and fueled discussion about how to get young girls interested in pursuing scientific careers.But apparently not everyone is thrilled with the viral video. According to a lawsuit filed on Thursday by Goldieblox, "the Beastie Boys have now threatened GoldieBlox with copyright infringement.

  • Robin Thicke Sues to Protect ‘Blurred Lines’ from Marvin Gaye’s Family (Exclusive)

    By Eriq Gardner In order to shield "Blurred Lines," the hottest hit of the summer, Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and Clifford Harris, Jr. are going to court. A lawsuit was filed Thursday in California federal court by the trio against Marvin Gaye's family and Bridgeport Music, which owns some of Funkadelic's compositions. At issue are [...]

  • Welcome to Sierra Blanca, Texas — The Black Hole of Tour Bus Drug Busts

    By Steve Bloom If you ever happen to be driving through Sierra Blanca -- the dusty West Texas town (population: 553) just 30 miles from the Mexican border -- leave your drugs at home. Since 2010, a slew of entertainers, including Willie Nelson,Snoop Dogg, Fiona Apple and actor Armie Hammer (The Social Network), have all been busted at [...]

  • Marilyn Manson Goes Through LAX Security with ‘F— YOU’ Scrawled on Face

    No one at Los Angeles International Airport was chanting "the beautiful people, the beautiful people" on Friday when they got a look at a strange apparition standing in the security line: a tall, pale man wearing mirrored sunglasses, a black hat and raincoat, with the words "F--- YOU" written across his mouth and neck in [...]

  • Military Cancels Ted Nugent Performance Citing Violent Rhetoric About Obama

    by Paul Bond, The Hollywood Reporter Getting the boot from Fort Knox is the latest wrinkle in a controversy that began last weekend at an NRA convention and led to a visit from the Secret Service. Citing inflammatory language while expressing his displeasure with President Barack Obama, the military has uninvited rock star and conservative [...]