Another case in point, the reality star's team sent a letter to Huffington Post contributor Sharika Soal demanding a retraction and an apology for writing the Paris robbery was a "publicity stunt gone horribly wrong" in her October 8 post for the blog — or else she'll sue.
Moreover, Katy Perry and Pharrell have been tapped as co-chairs of the special night alongside Anna Wintour, and we're sure more people will be added as details unfold.
The actual exhibit at the Metropolitan Museumwill open May 4, and will "feature approximately 120 Comme des Garçons womenswear pieces, designed by Kawakubo, now 74, from as early as the brand's very first Paris runway show in 1981. And unlike prior Costume Institute shows, the garments will not be placed behind glass partitions and will instead be placed at eye-level without any barriers."
Sounds awesome! We can't wait to see celebs interpret this very worthy theme.
Well, apparently, the Fight Club actor feels that by responding to the divorce filing he will spark a nasty legal battle between himself and his estranged wife -- a situation he doesn't want to drag his children into.