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  • Fierce, and for the people: Christian Siriano presented the best fashion show of NYFW so far

    The star-studded front row including Meg Ryan, Cardi B, and Laverne Cox certainly enjoyed it.

  • Jason Wu’s Front Row: Doutzen Kroes, Kate Upton and Whoopi Goldberg

    Goldberg sat front row at the Jason Wu show, along with Virginia Gardner, Zosia Mamet, and Doutzen Kroes.

  • These Celebs Celebrate Mardi Gras in Style

    Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday” and is a celebration of feasts before Ash Wednesday. In New Orleans, Mardi Gras has become a whole series of festivals, parades, and activities beyond just Fat Tuesday. The first Mardi Gras parade held in New Orleans is recorded to have taken place in 1837.

  • Tiffany Trump Accepts Whoopi Goldberg’s Invitation to Sit with Her at NYFW After Being Shunned by Fashion Editors

    At the Phillip Plein show on Monday, Tiffany Trump was left sitting alone after several magazine editors moved so they wouldn’t have to be near President Donald Trump‘s daughter. Some even tweeted that they had changed seats, with former Wall Street Journal columnist Christina Binkley posting photos of the 23-year-old with empty seats beside her. “You know what, Tiffany, I’m supposed to go to a couple more shows.

  • Introducing Whoopi Goldberg, Holiday Knitwear Impresario

    Now Goldberg has gone one step further, releasing a capsule collection of decidedly unique Christmas sweaters that will launch at Lord & Taylor in late October, just in time for the holidays. A fan of the winter holiday staple (ever heard of ugly Christmas sweater parties?), Goldberg prefers to call her nine-piece collection “funny sweaters,” and each comes complete with classic Whoopi quirk, from a yarmulke-wearing octopus to a Christmas tree with a Charlie Brown complex. Below, Vogue.com caught up with Goldberg to talk about how she’s changing the face of the ugly holiday sweater.

  • Whoopi Goldberg wore Vetements and everyone is freaking out

    Whoopi Goldberg wearing Vetements on ‘The View’ [Photo: Twitter/IANCOGNEATO] Vetements, the bank-breaking Parisian label that’s built up a cult following in just a few seasons, has a brand new A-list fan. Actress Whoopi Goldberg was spotted yesterday in the brand’s “May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way” hoodie on talk show, The View. The design comes from Vetements’ AW16 collection and was such a favourite it was shown on the same runway twice. If you’re in the market for a new sweatshirt, the same one can be yours for the princely sum of £550.

  • Opening Ceremony's Political, Celeb-Filled Fashion Show Gets Our Vote

    Few shows this New York fashion week have been as buzzy as Open Ceremony’s (sorry, Kanye), with its promised all-star lineup of comedians and famous faces fronting the event. As the presentation drew nigh, rumors that a faux pageant-type situation involving the likes of Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Whoopi Goldberg, and Girl Meets World actress Rowan Blanchard, Orange Is the New Black’s Diane Guerrero and Natasha Lyonne began heating up.

  • Whoopi Goldberg Producing Transgender Model Series for Oxygen

    'The View' co-host is executive producing 'Strut,' following models breaking down barriers.

  • Whoopi Goldberg on the Challenges of Launching a Female-Focused Cannabis Brand

    Whoopi & Maya — unlike other marijuana-focused celebrity brands, which peddle chocolates, extracts, and gummies — is about more than getting high.

  • Whoopi Goldberg Launches Medical Marijuana Company to Help With Period Pain

    Whoopi Goldberg announced on Wednesday that she's founding a medical-marijuana company for women.

  • Oscars 2016: Brand Awkwardly Mistakes Whoopi Goldberg For Oprah Winfrey

    The Oscars can be a stressful night for all involved - especially if you commit a pretty epic Twitter fail in the process of covering the awards.

  • NPR Rewrote Bon Jovi’s ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ to ‘Living on My Hair’

    From Jennifer Aniston’s “Rachel” cut by Chris McMillan to Emma Stone’s red hair (FYI, she’s a natural blonde), it’s impossible to separate the celebrity persona from the hairdo. On NPR’s Ask Me Another game show, hosts Lulu Miller and Alix Spiegel rewrote the Bon Jovi song, “Livin’ on a Prayer” as “Living on My Hair” to be about celebrities and their iconic hair.