Khloe Kardashian and French Montana have never done an interview together. And now we know why!
Khloe comes in around minute 17, but you can see the entire interview ...AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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Rebel accessorized her seksi frock with all gold Jacob & Co jewelry, Kenneth Cole pumps, and a JustFab knuckleduster clutch. Someone was definitely feeling the Midas touch!
A slightly curled coif and impeccable smokey eyes and light pink lips polished off her glamorous party attire!
How could Rebel NOT have a Super Fun Night in that ensem!?
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Why, girl, why?!
The supermodel wore a shaggy vest featuring alternating fur and studded leather panels that was like a slap to the viewer's eyeballs.
Her eyelet-accented white shirt and floral velour Current/Elliot skinnies only added to the weirdness.
And instead of wearing some simple black pumps, Heidi made sure her Louboutins dazzled you with their gold details.
So many elements!!!
Don't look at it for long, y'all, or you'll turn to stone!
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Kenneth Cole is doing its part to promote equality.
For the third year in a row, the fashion label is helping spread the word to support equal rights by designing a t-shirt in support of the Human Rights Campaign.
And this year’s tee features the slogan “Take Your Lover Up the Aisle. Support Marriage Equality.”
Simple yet effective!
The shirts were created under AWEARNESS, The Kenneth Cole Foundation and to make things even better, 100% of the net profits will go to the Human Rights Campaign for marriage equality.
Check them out, purchase one, and display your support. Fashion for a great cause!
Audrina Patridge left her family behind last night as she worked the red carpet at OK! magazine's Sexy Singles Party in NYC.
Patridge showed up wearing a sexy black dress as she posed for photos.
The outfit was a Kenneth Cole New York leather dress which she paired with some strapy stilettos.
Overall, a great look on Patridge. We're especially loving her hair!
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Kenneth Cole is trying hard to put his past, negative Twitter remarks behind him and prevent them from happening again.
If you recall, last month Cole took to his Twitter and posted the message:
"Millions are in uproar in #Cairo. Rumor is they heard our new spring collection is now available online at http://bit.ly/KCairo -KC"
Thankfully, he apologized shortly after.
And now during a recent preview of his fall 2011 collection, Cole opened up about the situation. Somewhat.
When asked who comes up with all of his witty advertising slogans, Cole revealed:
"There is one person who really does all of that. One very demented guy who shares all of his thoughts.
That's why I love Twitter. Advertising only happens a few times a year, the ads and the billboards, but Twitter happens all the time.
I have a tendency to put my foot in my mouth. Now, my tweets go through a filter!"
What do U think about Kenneth Cole being censored? Share your unfiltered Tweets with us Here!
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It was a full house at the amFar New York Gala Wednesday night, which drew anyone and everyone from the fashion industry.
Iman looked gorgeous in a black Oscar de la Renta sequin gown while Helena Christensen dared to be different by showing off her supermodel legs in high-waisted shorts that she paired with black tights and a strong shoulder blazer.
The designers who came to the event were rather boring in black, except for Tamara Mellon who sexed it up in a black body hugging gown.
Tied for worse dressed were Donna Karan, who showed up wearing a dead black sheep on her shoulder and Julianna Margulies for stealing her grandmother's black dress.
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A prankster managed to print a jumbo size decal of the designer's tweet and plastered it on a Kenneth Cole storefront in San Francisco.
According to reports, the sticker appeared on the window around 2am on Friday.
And no, it's not 'shopped.
Other images have surfaced on the web that prove someone did in fact have too much time on their hands.
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