What goes on in Vegas most certainly will NOT stay in Vegas here!
Watch it go down (below)!!!
These three are making this week so much fun!
They all looked amazing, of course, which should not surprise anyone in the least.
Gigi embraced the warmer weather by springing for a beige embellished Herve Leger dress, though her suede La Silla boots were not exactly the footwear we would've chosen to accompany it.
Whatever! It still looked hot!
Ashley came the closest to wearing an actual swimsuit by throwing on a completely sheer lace dress over her black bra and high-waisted panties. Very femme fatale of her!
And Hailey was probably the most weather-appropriate in her strapless navy blue dress and fringed heels.
Don't you wish SI promo would last forever???
[Image via WENN.]
Hervé Léger DEFINITELY made the right decision!
On Tuesday, the fashion house fired its exec and bandage dress designer Patrick Couderc after he made disgusting and seriously offensive comments against women.
In fact, the company even slammed Patrick on Twitter in addition to their scathing official statement!
In response to Couderc's comments that "committed lesbians", "voluptuous", "flat chested", and "prominently hipped" women shouldn't be wearing his iconic dresses, the fashion house responded:
"The Herve Leger by Max Azria brand and its parent company, BCBGMAXAZRIA Group, are shocked and appalled by Patrick Couderc's comments made in the Mail on Sunday. BCBGMAXAZRIA Group is working in concert with MJH Fashion, the London-based licensee of the Herve Leger brand, to investigate and establish appropriate next steps. The statements made by Mr. Couderc are not a reflection of Herve Leger by Max Azria or MJH Fashion ideals or sentiments. The Herve Leger by Max Azria brand celebrates sensuality, glamour and femininity without discrimination."
Well, this is a great way to alienate customers!
Patrick Couderc, the UK managing director of the Herve Leger by Max Azria brand famous for its figure-clutching bandage dresses, has recently come out and said that the tight frocks shouldn't be worn by "voluptuous women" who have "very prominent hips or a very flat chest."
Women with voluptuous bodies are the ones making these dresses look good, sir!
Open your eyes!!!
He also advises that "fat" and "older" women refrain from wearing the style as well:
That was quick!
The 17-year-old posted a slew of the steamy shots to her Instagram on Monday, only writing:
"Couldn't happen without @sir_neave @joycebonelli@monicarosestyle @chrisdylanhair @shammaurice"
Wow! But it's still such a mystery!
fun work never ends for Kylie Jenner!
The 17-year-old only just made it back from London for an event a couple days ago, but by Tuesday she was already back to the grind in Hollywood!
Posing in a strappy black Herve Leger swimsuit and towering stilettos for a photo shoot, the youngest Jenner was flashing plenty of skin for the camera.
It seems like she's taking a page from one of her older sisters, but she did kind of cover up with a silky black robe, if that counts for anything!
This trio is perfectly coordinated, musically and fashionably!
Hillary Scott let her curves do the talking in this sexxxy and slinky black Herve Leger number. With bronze accessories, we're loving the details on this dress.
But her best accessories have to be Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley who look dapper in their suits.
We adore this trio's music, but we love them even more for sticking together when it comes to their style. Well done!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Smolder. Leather. What more could we ask for??
Kristin Cavallari gave it her best shot (literally) for the cover of the Fall Fashion issue of Michigan Avenue magazine!
The mama of two looks amazing in a sexy LBD, complete with one fingerless leather glove. And the touch of ornate gold jewelry and blown-out locks are just what it needed!
Now that’s fierce!!
Of course, it's got nothing on the spread! By just flashing a glimpse of side boob, Kristin steals our attention in a printed Herve Leger frock.
Catch the sultry shot in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Michigan Avenue.]