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Kim Kardashian doesn't care what y'all think! She still loves this dress!
Unfortunately, the outfit received lackluster reviews, with many comparing it to a grandma's couch!
But Kimmy ignored the haters and still cherishes this look!
The fashionista went on the TODAY Show on Thursday to open up about her precious partnership with the 26-year-old, saying:
"I'm thrilled that [the cover girl is] Taylor Swift, who's my co-chair this year at the Met Gala."
We wonder if this continued collaboration is the reason why TayTay adopted an Anna-esque bob! LOL! Buuuuut we digress.
The 66-year-old explained on the morning show why she went with this AH-mazing aesthetic for Swifty's cover, dishing:
She doesn't have that ice queen reputation for nothing!
The upcoming documentary, The First Monday in May, details the meticulous process that goes into making fashion's biggest night absolutely perfect.
You've seen the trailer, but a new New York Post interview with director Andrew Rossi, Wintour's commander-in-chief Sylvana Durett, and former events planner Stephanie Winston Wolkoff sheds further light on just how involved Wintour is.
During filming, the 66-year-old also gave Rossi a hard time once in a while:
"There were a lot of protocols to follow. There were certain times when Anna would say, ‘I'm done, I don't want to film anymore.'"
It should certainly come as no surprise that Anna's a total perfectionist. Durrett said:
The September Issue part deux!
And it looks WILD!
Everything from getting the theme just right without being racist to finalizing the guest list to discussing Rihanna's performance budget is highlighted as organizers scramble to make fashion's biggest night a resounding success.
We usually only get to see the glamorous final result, but A LOT happens behind the curtain to make sure things go off without a hitch.
Watch for a taste of the madness (below)!
The 2016 Met Gala details are in!
The theme of the night — taking place on May 2 — is Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. It will focus on the juxtaposition between "handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion."
As described by Andrew Bolton, curator of the Met's Costume Institute:
"Traditionally, the distinction between the haute couture and prêt-à-porter was based on the handmade and the machine-made. But recently this distinction has become increasingly blurred as both disciplines have embraced the practices and techniques of the other."
Inneresting! We can't wait to see what outfits celebs *cough* Kanye West *cough* come up with!
The exhibit, which is sponsored by Apple, will display more than 100 ready-to-wear pieces of couture, as well as numerous "in process" workshops, one featuring a 3-D printer for attendees to take for a spin.
Sounds like a night to remember!
Can you believe the October covers are already rolling in?
Oh, and have you noticed her bangs??
Looks like she was definitely getting out of her comfort zone for this one.
As for the accompanying interview? While the 50-year-old actress doesn't go into any more detail about any SATC 3 news, she does open up for the mag, admitting:
Jeremy Scott seems to have found himself in some hot water!
The designer and current creative director of Moschino is being sued, along with the whole label, by street artist Rime aka Joseph Tierney, for allegedly copying his artwork.
In fact, Rime filed the suit against Jeremy in reference to the celeb and cult fave label's Fall 2015 collection, but specifically a design seen on the dress Katy Perry wore to this year's Met Gala (above)!
And according to the lawsuit:
"Rime is a well-known artist. Defendants Moschino and Jeremy Scott—two household names in high fashion—inexplicably placed Rime's art on their highest-profile apparel without his knowledge or consent. Defendants paid Ms. Perry to advertise and display the clothing at the Gala. Not only did Ms. Perry and defendant Scott advertise, wear, and display the clothing at the event, they arrived at the event in a spray painted Rolls Royce, and even carried around Moschino branded cans of fake spray paint during the event, as if defendants were responsible for the artwork."
We highly doubt anyone thought they were responsible for creating the artwork on their outfits by hand, but we understand that's only a small portion of the bigger point here.
Do you think Moschino copied his design??
Ch-ch-check out Rimes' "vandal eyes" mural done in 2012 (below) and let us know if you think he'll be winning this suit!