Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
[Image via Joel Ginsburg/WENN.]
On Saturday, Donatella Versace unveiled unreleased music by The Artist during her Milan Fashion Week show. The designer played an 11-minute mix during the Versace Men's Spring Summer 2017 runway, featuring a new song by the late legend.
Apparently, the fashionista and the icon were good friends, and he used to send her music quite a bit before his untimely passing.
However, if the songsmith gifted it to her, it's possible the 61-year-old didn't actually need approval to play the music after all.
Ch-ch-check it out — at 5:30 — in the video (below):
We had the same thought when we first wrote about this campaign!
The clip has reignited the debate that Gigi and Karlie, at 21 and 23, respectively, are too young to have families and children who look old enough to attend kindergarten.
Some have even called the campaign "Teen Mom: Versace Edition." Ouch.
"My name is Versace—I don't know how to do things quietly. That is just my blood and my family. We make a noise, shout loud, never hold back on our opinions. This is why our campaigns have always been so bold, because my family has always provoked. Life would be so boring if we all did the same thing."
She also defended Gigi and Karlie but made no mention of their ages in regards to the children they're supposed to be mothering in the ads:
Now THIS is how you pull off a theme!
The Fabletics designer opted for an Atelier Versace gown for the Manus x Machina soiree, and not only did she look stunning, but the white rubber read as paper, which made her look like she was floating down the carpet!
Doesn't she look like the happiest belle of the ball?!
Not to be outdone, Donatella Versace went with a simpler — yet just as captivating — blood orange number with a shimmering sheer fabric over it that gave the entire look a 3D effect.
Lookin' good, ladies!
Did Kate make your Best Dressed list??
[Image via Getty Images.]
And we aren't the only ones still honoring the late music legend. Celebrities have been mourning since the news first broke, and are remembering the iconic artist by sharing sentimental stories about him.
Well, she's not the only one with amazing memories of the Minnesota native.
"I am crying. All my memories are coming back to me. He was one of my closest friends. I will always remember when he rented a club, only for him and me. We listened to his music and spoke about the young generation. The young people were so important to Prince. They have to follow the example he set, to believe in their heart, respect their own soul and never trade their own individuality. It is what made Prince outstanding and relevant forever. I will always love him"
Take a look at her touching tribute (below):
Get it, Gigi!
Miz Hadid dominated the fashion world in 2015, and it looks like she'll soon be ending the year on another high note!
It was revealed on Friday that the 20-year-old just landed the Spring/Summer campaign for Versace alongside Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmermann!
The iconic designer took a selfie with the supermodel as one of her first ever posts, and it was pretty clear the two were on the set of some sort of campaign.
Who knew it would look this cool though??
Get it, cause there's snow…
Anyway, congrats to Gigi! Now go and peep the full set of ads in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Steven Klein/Versace.]
We're so happy that Caitlyn Jenner is happy!
The Arthur Ashe Courage Award winner is still on cloud nine after her momentous appearance at the ESPYS last Wednesday, July 15.
She already opened up about her dyslexia making her nervous during the speech, but the 65-year-old also shared how exciting and nerve-wracking it was to get all glammed up.
You can't win 'em all.
Jennifer Lopez is usually a staple of our best dressed list from every red carpet, but that doesn't seem like it's going to be the case this time…
That's because J.Lo's 2015 Met Gala gown was a major let down.
The Donatella Versace itself is nice, but it is just WAY too literal when it comes to the China: Through the Looking Glass theme.
All Donatella did was embroider a red dragon onto an otherwise plain dress.
Also, we have no idea where all of that skin is coming from in the photo of her profile, but she's working it!
We hate to say it, but we actually prefer Donatella's gown to Jen's…