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Joan Rivers' Style Through The Years: An Homage To Fashion's Most Colorful Critic

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The entertainment industry received the very sad news that comedic icon Joan Rivers passed away on Thursday, surrounded by family and friends.

Knowing Joan, we feel like she'd want us to focus on the laughs and the fashion, just like she always did on Fashion Police.

So that, we will do!

The legend has definitely had a signature style all her own — full of feathers, sequins and plenty of fur!

So let's take a look back on this Fashion Police host's career, through her fabulous red carpet moments!

CLICK HERE to view the gallery, "Joan Rivers' Fashion Through The Years: An Homage To Fashion’s Most Colorful Critic"

CLICK HERE to view the gallery, "Joan Rivers' Fashion Through The Years: An Homage To Fashion’s Most Colorful Critic"

CLICK HERE to view the gallery, "Joan Rivers' Fashion Through The Years: An Homage To Fashion’s Most Colorful Critic"

CLICK HERE to view the gallery, "Joan Rivers' Fashion Through The Years: An Homage To Fashion’s Most Colorful Critic"

CLICK HERE to view the gallery, "Joan Rivers' Fashion Through The Years: An Homage To Fashion’s Most Colorful Critic"

[Image via PNP/WENN.]

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WTF?? Nine West Apparently Thinks Depicting Women Doing The 'Walk Of Shame' & 'Husband Hunting' Will Sell Shoes!

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Seriously Nine West???

We've seen some pretty strange and inappropriate advertisements in the past, but this might be one of the strangest yet!

In a bizarre advertising move, Nine West decided to promote their shoes as items perfect for women doing the "walk of shame" and "husband hunting".

It's no surprise that many are calling the ads sexist, and lots of disgruntled Facebook users have left comments on the ads that are along the lines of what one woman wrote:

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This Woman Allegedly Used Looted Mascara From Flight MH17's Crash Site & BRAGGED About It On Social Media! How Disturbing!

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This is so wrong!!

A Ukrainian woman from Torez, who's reportedly been identified as Ekaterina Parkhomenko, allegedly bragged about using stolen mascara from the Malaysia Airlines crash site on Instagram

And yes, you unfortunately heard us right!

The account where the snap was found has since been deleted, but THIS photo that's been circulating on the web shows all the evidence needed:

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Model Lucas Coppini Has Passed Away At The Young Age Of 19 In Tragic Accident

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Model Lucas Coppini has passed away at the age of nineteen.

So so sad! Lucas Coppini, a 19-year-old model signed with Wilhemina Models, passed away early Friday morning after being in a coma for two weeks following a car accident on June 2nd.

He was best known for scoring spots in Givenchy’s runway shows time and time again at his young age, which had even creative director Ricardo Tisci sharing his condolences on Instagram:

"REST in PEACE LUCA #peace #love"

Heartbreaking!

Wilhemina Models also released a statement:

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Cultural Appropriation Won't Quit! Teresa Palmer Wears Native American Headdress For A Photoshoot With Her Baby And Here's Why It's Offensive!

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Holy crap, people really love headdresses!

We get it — they look really beautiful and awesome.

And as you can see in the photo above, Warm Bodies actress Teresa Palmer, in an editorial for Malibu magazine for the June/July issue, is the latest celebrity to wear one.

HOWEVER, they're not just a fancy Native American hat. Headdresses were only allowed to be worn by the most powerful and influential people in a particular tribe, such as a chief or major warrior.

Feathers were usually also only added each time the warrior or chief committed an act of bravery. So, it took time to amass an entire headdress of feathers. Furthermore, women didn't even participate in the making of them — only men would (which, we realize, brings up a completely different social conversation, but lets stick to the point).

All of this is why Native people get understandably upset when celebrities wear headdresses as some sort of fashion statement at Coachella or in magazine editorials.

Cliff Matias, director of Redhawk Native American Arts Council, explains:

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