Third time's a charm!
Katie Price is determined to have a "successful" clothing line, so she's launching another one.
The newly single glamour model is teaming up with designer Lamis Khamis, aka the female version of Christian Audigier, to create a collection of affordable clothes and accessories for both men and women.
According to a source Jordan really wants her line, dubbed Day 22, to be a "huge success".
All we can say is good luck!
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Who knew these guys were so into fashion?
The Hells Angels have filed a lawsuit against Alexander McQueen, Saks & Zappos.com claiming they are selling items named after the gang and using their "Death Head" design without permission.
We can understand the name, but the design? It's a skull!
The motorcycle gang's lawyer Fritz Clapp says the suit "…isn't just about money, it's about membership. If you've got one of these rings on, a member might get really upset that you're an imposter."
OK, first of all we doubt someone who's wearing designer labels and shopping at high end department stores would be mistaken as a Hells Angel.
Second, if they're going to sue anybody it should be Ed Hardy and Christian Audigier. Both labels use skulls like they're going out of style and in turn, are being worn by all sorts of tools and douchebags all over the world.
The rough and tough organization is seeking unspecified damages and "supervised destruction" of the merchandise.
[Image via AP Images & Saks.]
Could Christian Audigier's reign over rhinestone encrusted douchewear finally be slowing down?
There's a rumor that the designer's eponymous store in NYC's NoLita neighborhood has closed.
As of last week, the windows at the Lafayette Street location were boarded up and the doors were locked.
However, the Ed Hardy store in SoHo said the store was "under construction" and would be reopening in a month to a month and a half to undergo some mayjah renovations.
Wonder what kind of douchey renovations AudiGaudy is making???
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Good news for all the rhinestone and tattooed t-shirt wearing club goers, now you can sip on the finest wine and champagne from Christian Audigier.
The maker of all things douchey launched his new booze in Spain while bikini clad models danced around on beds and got drunk.
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Australian anti-douche dress code is spreading!
Republic Nightclub in New Orleans has instated an anti-Jersey Shore dress code. The sign was posted in the club's window that says:
"IF IT'S ON THE JERSEY SHORE IT'S NOT COMING THROUGH THE DOOR".
The sign goes on to specify the brands that have been banned include Affliction, Ed Hardy and Christian Audigier.
Is the cast of The Jersey Shore getting paid to wear Ed Hardy outfits?
JWoww showed up to STYLE360’s bebe-Kardashians fashion show yesterday.
And in typical "guidette" style, she was trying to rock a bright blue Ed Hardy by Christian Audigier dress with some giant squid print.
According to insiders, JWoww somehow managed to steal the show when she arrived. It reportedly took about 15 minutes to just get her seated front row with the paparazzi trying to snap pics.
And during the show, JWoww was spotted taking notes on her clipboard and snapping a few pics on her phone.
She's said to be working on her own clothing line, but she better not try to steal the Kardashian's designs.
Besides, would U wear any JWoww-inspired outfits?
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Turns out Christian Audigier is getting hauled to court by Marc Jacobs over trademark infringement and trade dress over purse designs.
Marc claims Audigier is selling tote bags that "bear trade dress that unlawfully copies or imitates Plantiffs' unique, distinctive and non-functional Marc Jacobs Pretty Nylon Tote Trade Dress and/or that unlawfully bear marks confusingly similar to the Marc Jacobs Scrambled Trademark".
Whew, what a mouthful!
Jacobs currently has a pending application for the Pretty Nylon tote for the Marc Jacobs scrambled trademark that's on the inside lining.
To add insult to injury, Marc is also suing for unfair competition.
Looks like Marc is taking the rhinestone-loving Audigier to the cleaners!
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