On Wednesday, Iconix Brand announced they acquired the worldwide master license for all things Ed Hardy and now own 85% of the brand.
The company purchased the license from from Nervous Tattoo for a cool $55 million.
That's a lot of money!
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Australia is taking a cue from Republic Nightclub in New Orleans by banning Ed Hardy in an entire city — and it's all because of the Jersey Shore!
The city of Stonnington posted the notice (above) on an Ed Hardy store that recently shut down warning residents to take their bedazzled tattoo douchewear somewhere else.
If this sounds familiar, it's because another Australian city had a similar ban at an event last year.
Geez. They really don't like this stuff down under.
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Scott Disick aka Kourtney Kardashian's boyfriend and baby's daddy is coming out with his own clothing line next year.
Scott announced his attempt to extend his 15 minutes of fame at the Us Weekly's Most Stylish New Yorkers party last month.
Dick Disick "It will have everything from shoes to clothing to cuff links to accessories."
And we're sure everything will be captured for one of the 12 shows the Kardashians have.
[Image via Rachel Worth/WENN.]
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Could Christian Audigier's reign over rhinestone encrusted douchewear finally be slowing down?
There's a rumor that the designer's eponymous store in NYC's NoLita neighborhood has closed.
As of last week, the windows at the Lafayette Street location were boarded up and the doors were locked.
However, the Ed Hardy store in SoHo said the store was "under construction" and would be reopening in a month to a month and a half to undergo some mayjah renovations.
Wonder what kind of douchey renovations AudiGaudy is making???
[Image via AP Images.]
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