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+ Known for her famous, full eyebrows, Cara Delevingne probably shocked some of her
brow worshipers fans when she admitted that she's willing to do anything for a film role - including shaving her head and eyebrows!
+ Ever dream of being Victoria Beckham? Well you can at least get married like her, as her gold wedding crown is up for auction for around $32,000.
+ Jennifer Lawrence looked fabulously gothic chic in a Christian Dior gown at the Paris premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Unfortunately it looks as though her co-star Elizabeth Banks should've borrowed Lawrence's stylist for the event...
+ Miranda Kerr apparently doesn't know what her own body looks like, as she denies knowing an image of herself she posted was heavily-Photoshopped, claiming that she had no idea that the photo was altered.
The mother of one and currently estranged wife of Orlando Bloom has been accused of heavily Photoshopping images of herself for Instagram. Although she couldn't appear in Wednesday's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, she posted a photo of herself (full photos seen after the jump) alongside models Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio from last year's show with a caption reading, "Sending love and best wishes to the #vsangels from Japan xxx." Having seen the original image taken and published by Vogue, fans were quick to point out that Kerr's waist and face are considerably thinner in the version she posted.
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"The bodysuit is insane. It’s the most covered up I’ve been in any Victoria Secret fashion show."
- Model Karlie Kloss discusses her relatively demure outfit for this year's Victoria's Secret fashion show.
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Kim Kardashian was more professional on set than real models, according to photographer Bruce Weber.
The famed lensman insists the Keeping up with the Kardashians star was "wonderful" to work with and he chose to shoot her for the March cover issue of high fashion magazine DuJour because of her warm persona around staff on set.
Weber - who has snapped such icons as Cindy Crawford and the late Elizabeth Taylor - revealed that Kim is more favorable to work with than many other models and celebrities he has shot: "At first I wanted to photograph her mom, Kris Jenner. She [Kim] came to the set. I always judge the person I'm going to photograph by how they are with my assistants and my crew - she looked at each one and introduced herself. She was just so personable with everyone. She was wonderful."
Cara Delevigne dressed as a sexy soccer player at the Victoria Secret's fashion show on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old model donned a naughty kit-inspired lingerie set as she walked down the catwalk in high-waisted shorts, a tucked in open-button shirt and a bright blue bra. Cara sported ankle-boot stilettos with knee-high socks rolled down, while she clutched a ball emblazoned with the Victoria's Secret initials.
Taylor Swift kicked off the show held in New York City with her hit "I Knew You Were Trouble," while wearing a Union Jack print mini-dress accompanied with a matching train and top hat, which were splattered with paint. Fall Out Boy, indie band A Great Big World and UK-based girl group Neon Jungle also took to the stage to perform a few of their own tracks during the British section of the show.
Lily Aldridge, Karlie Kloss, Jourdan Dunn, Lily Donaldson, Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel also graced the catwalk in lingerie, which tied in with the themes of Snow Angels, Shipwrecked, Parisian Nights, Pink Network and Birds of Paradise.
Kate Hudson claims she "can't afford" designer clothes.
The Bride Wars actress - who has nine-year-old son Ryder with ex-husband Chris Robinson, and two-year-old son Bingham with fiance Matt Bellamy - insists she has to borrow the high-end gowns she wears for the red carpet because they are too pricey for her budget.
"People think we own all these dresses. But we borrow them! I can't afford to buy that stuff. There are certain things I splurge on, but it's very rare, especially when you have two kids and school tuition. I'm not a big high-end fashion shopper. I wish I could but the truth is things are just so expensive. Before Isabel Marant was a million dollars and famous, I used to go to her store in Paris and go crazy, it was so affordable," she told Harper's Bazaar.
The 34-year-old beauty - who is worth a reported $38 million - credits her mother, Goldie Hawn, with her frugal ways: "My mom wasn't a big shopper for us. I think they wanted to instill that in us even though we grew up in a really privileged and lucky lifestyle."
Iggy Azalea doesn't give a f**k about her wardrobe malfunction.
The 23-year-old singer was posing for the paparazzi as she arrived at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Amsterdam last night when she flashed a little more than intended, but Iggy took to her Instagram account to clear up any confusion about the clothing mishap.
"If you think this involves my vag lips your mistaken. And yeah I'm posting it just to let you know I don't give a f**k about a bikini line and the line that joins my ass to my leg," she wrote alongside the picture in question.
Iggy also commented about what is being referred to as "the wardrobe malfunction of the year" on her Twitter page. "Lol! [Laugh out loud] That's my ass from the front not my p***y!!!! Bahahaha! I glued my panties to my p***y before I went out I'm not that stupid [sic]," she wrote.
Lady Gaga dressed as a white witch at the Glamour Women of the Year awards last night.
The "Applause" hitmaker turned up at the elegant event in New York City in a spooky attire wearing a white lace pencil skirt, matching blazer and a sheer high-collar blouse, which she teamed with bizarre platform heels encrusted with different sized pearls. The 27-year-old singer wore a long blonde mane, which she'd severely crimped into a back-combed effect and smothered her face in a white powder to give off a ghostly appearance.
Gaga criticized her facial features and claimed she looked too artificially beautiful on the cover of this month's Glamour magazine. Speaking at the awards ceremony, she said, "I do not look like that when I wake up in the morning."
The flamboyant star - who has set up a charity, the Born This Way Foundation, to combat the bullying of youngsters - went on to explain she's not interested in fashion and music, but believes her true talent lies in bringing out the best in other people: "My true talent is not the clothes, and not the music. I really feel that what I am best at is seeing the potential in other people."
"There are shows like The Fashion Police that are just showing these generations of young people to judge people based on all the wrong values and that it's OK to point at people and call them ugly or fat. 'They call it 'fun' and they say 'welcome to the real world' - and that shouldn't be the real world, it's going to continue being the real world if we keep it that way. We have to stop treating each other like that and stop calling each other fat."
- Jennifer Lawrence takes a stand against body shaming in the media. Don't you just love every word that comes out of this woman's mouth?
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Ever want to dress up as a Disney princess AND look like you're ready to own the runway? Well, if you've got thousands of dollars to spend at your disposal, perhaps you should head over to London for Christie's annual Vintage Couture sale next week.
The famed British auctioneer will be selling 10 gowns (the remaining six can be seen after the jump) created by the likes of Versace, Oscar de la Renta, and Elie Saab in the style of animated princesses Ariel, Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Snow White and Tiana. The dresses were first featured in Harrods' Christmas windows last year and are now being sold to benefit the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
Transform into a fabulous Disney princess and help a children's charity - it's a win-win situation!
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