We just love hearing our favorite actors and actresses explaining why they got into the business!
Aww, we just love tradition!
So, what was YOUR favorite I'm An Actor speech?
Tell us how you REALLY feel, Kelly Cutrone!
But this latest opinion is all sorts of HARSH!
Kelly Cutrone, a renowned fashion publicist, recently dished on how she sees — and how she feels others see — Kimye in fashion. And she did NOT hold back!
The 48-year-old expert first ranted about Yeezus, saying:
"I don’t think there’s one person who really works in the fashion industry who gives a flying f*ck about Kanye West. I think they have no influence in the fashion world whatsoever. I mean, most people who watch the [Keeping Up with the] Kardashians can’t afford Givenchy. I don’t mean to be mean. Are [counterfeiters] on Canal St. benefiting from it? Probably, but that’s not the fashion world."
Even so, Kelly didn't stop there. She also went on to tear Kim Kardashian down a peg, saying that her style isn't cutting edge enough.
This just so, so tragic.
Her boyfriend, Mick Jagger, sang a special rendition of Just Like a Woman and Lisa Fischer sang Amazing Grace. Mick’s grandkids, Mazie and Zak, both read Psalm 23, and Mick’s son James Jagger read a poem.
L’Wren Scott may be gone, but she will certainly not be forgotten. We miss her already and are so glad that she was able to have a ceremony as beautiful as her.
Rest in peace, sweet angel!
[Image via WENN.]
Now this is what we call a cat fight!!
Two heavy-hitters in fashion, Numero Russia's André Leon Talley and Def Jam’s Russell Simmons are NOT seeing eye-to-eye, not one bit!
Everything started when Simmons parodied iconic freedom fighter Harriet Tubman in a sex tape for what was meant to be a comedic post on All Def Digital.
As you can imagine, the video was more offensive than humorous, to the extent that André told theGrio last week:
What a perfect first cover!
Naomi Campbell lands the front of Numero Russia's premier issue for March 2013 looking like a badass glamazon with those legs-for-days.
This issue also marks