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Wow. This is so sad.
Ed Hardy designer, Christian Audigier, reportedly passed away after losing his battle to cancer — he was just 57.
Not many details about his death have been revealed, but his longtime publicist, Michele Elyzabeth, told LATF USA:
"I just heard the news and I am truly devastated. Christian was an incredibly brilliant man. He will be missed."
It was only in January that TMZ reported the entrepreneur was battling MDS, also known as Myelodysplastic Syndrome.
Our hearts are breaking for his friends and family going through this difficult time right now. You're in our thoughts.
Rest in peace, Christian.
[Image via Christian Audigier/Twitter.]
This is rather sad.
A recent article on the corporate headquarters of Lilly Pulitzer inadvertently shed light on an employee's fat-shaming illustrations (above) hanging inside her cubicle.
When the photos were first published, fans of the brand wrongfully believed the illustrations were pinned in a communal space (like the refrigerator) at the company's offices, and that the company was promoting fat-shaming.
It was later revealed that the drawings — one of which reads "another day of fat, white, and hideous, you should probably just kill yourself" while another states "put it down carb face" — were
More evidence that body shaming sucks — it keeps talented women from enjoying the fruits of their labor!
As a result the actress missed out on celebrating her movie's win at the prestigious festival!
"Sex, Lies, and Videotape won here and I didn't come because I had just had my daughter, and I was nursing her and really round and I was afraid people would make fun of me. I know that was stupid. Now in hindsight, because I've matured and I'm older, I don't really care what people say."
It's still sad that she felt so much pressure to look good after she'd given birth.
Though we can't say we're surprised, considering how much emphasis there is on looking perfect, especially for women in Hollywood.
The 57-year-old attended this year's event and looked FLAWLESS in a red beaded Elie Saab gown with plunging neckline during the premiere of Inside Out on Monday!
How you like her now, Cannes?!
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Apparently no place is safe for celebrities' expensive possessions, except maybe a panic room.
A storage facility in North Hollywood definitely isn't safe, as Demi Moore recently found out.
According to reports, actress was robbed of $200,000 worth of haute couture from inside her storage unit, which hadn't been visited in about six months.
The theft was discovered when one of her assistants visited the unit on Monday and noticed a large amount of empty space where items used to be kept.
Regrettably, it might be very difficult to recover the stolen goods and find the thieves, because the security tape of the area doesn't go back far enough to account for the six-month time span during which the crime may have occurred.
Demi's team believes the burglary might have been orchestrated by someone working at the storage facility, as there was no sign of forced entry or of tampering with the lock.
Currently the 52-year-old is putting together a list of her losses.
Needless to say, this is a really unfortunate set of circumstances for the actress, and we sincerely hope law enforcement officials are able to track down the thieves.
We're really feeling for Sophia Bush today!
The Chicago Fire actress still showed up looking like a stunna at the White House Correspondents' Dinner in D.C., despite hearing of the death of her ex, Dan Fredinburg.
So so sad.
But after posting her heartfelt condolences to Instagram (below), Sophia arrived at tonight's dinner in flawless fashion, rocking an almost Greek Goddess-like teal gown with draping galore.
The deep plunging neckline is obviously a fave of ours, but we also can't get over her sparkling stilettos and killer green and raspberry-colored jewels.
Though it was her brave smile which took the outfit home for us!
More importantly, we're just wishing Sophia the strength to get through this difficult time.
Check out her touching message:
Abercrombie & Fitch in hot water again?
Um, can't say we're not surprised.
While the retailer has faced multiple discrimination lawsuits in the past, they don't seem to ever learn.
One current employee is reporting the acts of discrimination and racism she's witnessed while working at one of their stores, writing:
"Because my store was the 'flagship' store, the CEO frequently visited us. When he did visit, managers went out of their way to ensure that the models on the floor were the cream of the crop. Unfortunately, this usually meant the thinnest, tallest, and whitest models."
And it only gets worse. She continued:
This is heartbreaking.
Celebrity dermatologist, Fredric Brandt, was found dead in his Miami home on Sunday. He was only 65.
Known as the "Baron of Botox", the skin care revolutionizer was one of the early advocates of Botox and fillers — and he had quite the A-list clientele, including Madonna and Stephanie Seymour, because of it.
While the cause of his death (some are reporting he hanged himself) has yet to be confirmed, his publicist, Jacquie Trachtenberg revealed to PageSix on Sunday: