As we reported earlier, Kate Moss will be covering Playboy’s 60th anniversary issue in her birthday suit!
To celebrate the nudie mag's milestone, Hugh Hefner & Co. were planning a giant bash for the supermodel in El Lay, but it sounds like all those epic plans have to be shipped across the pond!
According to sources, Mossy is struggling to get a US work visa after her notorious cocaine scandal in 2005. Another reason for hugs, not drugs, Perezcious readers!
A insider divulged:
We basically consider Vanessa Hudgens to be a hair chameleon at this point; she can rock almost every hair color and style with ease!
Vanessa's most recent tress transformation happened at the Hello Beautiful Salon on Monday in NYC and is called "Autumn hair", according to her Instagram account.
Because really, what heralds in autumn more than
pumpkin spice lattes lustrous locks that resemble the colors of dying leaves on deciduous trees? Honestly, very few things.
Vanessa was also wearing a weed motif shirt again, but that seems to be a standard part of her hair salon wardrobe these days.
[Image via Instagram.]
Were Kris Jenner’s fears about Lamar Odom’s drug scandal hurting the Kardashian brand korrect?
When the whole hullabaloo over Khloe Kardashian's hubby and his drug abuse problems came to light, one of the momager’s major concerns was that it would tarnish the empire she had karefully krafted for herself and her fam.
Now people have started to notice heavily marked down racks of Kardashian Kollection products at Sears, and not even
When Vanessa Hudgens stopped to borrow some money from paparazzi in West Hollywood on Wednesday, we noticed she was wearing a verrry inneresting outfit.
Surprisingly, the belted daisy dukes and knee-high Christian Louboutin gladiator sandals were the least inneresting parts!
Underneath the army green Blu Moon jacket we spotted the distinctive shape of a certain green leaf on her crop top.
Is our High School Musical zen master promoting what we think she’s promoting?
Hmm, it wouldn’t be the first time!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
And the sartorial struggle continues!
In the latest update of Kitson’s ongoing battle over Brian Lichtenberg’s "designer drugs" shirts, the El Lay boutique has tried to appease angered customers by donating profits from the drug-promoting line to the Medicine Abuse Project, a partner of DrugFree.org.
But instead of quieting anti-drug organizations with what smells like bribery, DrugFree.org is even more outraged!
They responded with a letter to Kitson saying:
Brian Lichtenberg may have opened a "much needed dialogue" with his new line of "designer drugs" shirts, but he also opened Kitson up for multiple lawsuits!
Can't have your cake and eat it too!
All three prescription drug companies glorified on the back of Lichtenberg's tees have caught wind of the designs, and now Xanax, Vicodin, and Adderall are threatening to pop the El Lay boutique with a trademark infringement lawsuit if they don't pull them from their shelves.
A rep for Adderall released the following statement:
We’re not sure what surprises us less, the fact that customers take personal offense at Brian Lichtenberg’s new drug-glorifying line of apparel or that Lindsay Lohan backs him 100%!
Kitson recently released the designer's line of jersey-inspired t-shirts, which feature the names of "designer drugs" like Xanex, Adderall and Vicodin, printed on the back.
Obvi when the El Lay retailer posted the ads (above) on their social networks, their timeline was flooded with angry and threatening messages because that's what people do these days.
Rather than giving in to customers' requests, Kitson refused to take down the shirts and released a personal statement from Brian regarding the backlash: