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No White After Labor Day? Yeah Right! Kourtney Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, & Rita Ora Show You How To Keep Rockin' It!
Labor Day has come and gone, but that doesn't mean anyone has to stop wearing white! After all, it certainly isn't hindering our fave celebs.
The sexy supermodel took to the XOXO campaign launch party on Thursday in a little white number featuring slitty cutouts along the sides. She sure raised the heat in NYC, especially with the addition of her strappy sandals!
Meanwhile, Kourt baby bumped her way through El Lay on Wednesday in a flowy white Blaque Label blouse, Heartloom shorts, and Stuart Weitzman gladiator sandals!
Bodycon or billowy, there's no wrong way to wear the color.
Though Rita really showed how to make it pop by adding bold red accents! Her emblazoned blouse and skinny jeans were the perfect backdrop for her killer Christian Louboutin booties and matching polish that she donned in London on Thursday.
We love that this trio never plays by the rules!
The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
Oh, you bombshell, you!
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley had our eyes bugging out of their sockets in this PLUNGING mini dress worn to the Coca Cola Life pop-up shop launch in London today.
Loving those dramatic bat-sleeves that Rosie pulls off without a hitch!
She is just exquisite, isn't she? All hail double-stick tape!
The supermodel's perfectly tousled locks and honey-hued, glowing skin were simply mesmerizing, and we're not sure how photographers were able to focus on taking pictures instead of just standing there slack-jawed and staring.
Their job is harder than it seems!
You stay flawless, Rosie! We promise we're not jealous!
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
This is different!
In the accompanying spread, she is again styled in various traditional Japanese clothing, including a samurai-inspired look and a look that features her with long pigtails and a blue mini dress that gives off strong Sailor Moon vibes.
Though Miranda looks striking, one major problem with the theme is that it's once again using a white model to represent a non-white culture. They could've easily used a Japanese model instead.
But Miranda is very popular in Japan and has done many ads and commercials there, so maybe photographer Mario Testino and the Vogue Nippon crew thought the issue would be more successful with the supermodel on the cover.
[Image via Mario Testino/Vogue Japan]