Posts Tagged ‘Pussycat Dolls’

Celebrity gossip, Celebrity Style, Gossip

Nicole Scherzinger likes a more “grown up” look

By emilyborrett on August 9th, 2011

Singer Nicole Scherzinger has revealed that she prefers a “grown up” look when it comes to dressing herself.

Nicole, whose style trumped Cheryl Cole’s last year when she was a guest judge on the British X Factor, prefers a rock and roll image above anything else, putting together leather jackets and tough boots with lacy, girlie dresses to keep things edgy.

She said: “My style has evolved into being a little bit more grown up. It’s rock ‘n’ roll inspired, but chic. Glam rock. If I wear a lace dress I throw on a leather jacket to toughen things up, or some crazy boots. I like dresses that are sassy, but have clean lines.”

Nicole is set to be a judge on the new American version of the X Factor. We can’t wait to see what outfits she pulls out of the sparkly fashion bag for us.

Fashion News, LA Fashion Week

The end of L.A. Fashion Week?

By Andrea Kiliany Thatcher on October 20th, 2008

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The future of L.A. Fashion Week is unsure as IMG, the producer of fashion weeks around the world, and Smashbox Studios, the main venue for the L.A. shows, disolve their partnership.

It’s no secret that L.A. Fashion Week doesn’t attract the big name stars you would think a fashion event in Hollywood’s own back yard would. New York Fashion Week and even foreign fashion weeks see more American celebs than their home-state event.

It’s always been a chicken or the egg situation – celebs attend shows for the media coverage a lot of the time, and the paparazzi goes where the most celebs are. So who stopped showing up to L.A. first?

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Celebrity Style, Designer Fashions, Fashion News

Lauren Conrad and Nicky Hilton stir up the goss at L.A. Fashion Week

By Andrea Kiliany Thatcher on March 12th, 2008


LA Fashion Week is kind of the you-know-what stepchild of the fashion weeks. Sure, it’s sunny and fun, but as far as editors and celebrities it’s typically very c-list. But that’s been changing in the past few years.

However this year, an even bigger celeb-centric presence has meant that tensions have risen within the ranks of the designer mainstays and they’ve got the claws out.

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