Ryan Seacrest will host Fashion Rocks.
The charity event - which will be attended by an impressive array of celebrities - combines the world of fashion with musical performances and will broadcast on CBS for the first time since 2008.
The American Idol presenter can't wait to get on stage at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on September 9 for the event: "I'm always excited to be a part of live events, and Fashion Rocks combines three of my favorite things - music, fashion and New York City." Ryan added that he was determined to "make it an amazing and memorable night."
A huge string of diverse musical performers have already been confirmed for the two-hour extravaganza, including Jennifer Lopez, KISS, Pitbull, The Band Perry, Duran Duran, Afrojack, Miranda Lambert, Rita Ora, and Usher.
Just like plenty of movies and fashion trends these days, television shows are also constantly being recycled. MTV, for one, has decided that it's time to bring back the nineties fashion-centric House of Style - this time, however, it will be hosted by models Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls.
MTV announced the news at Thursday night's Video Music Awards, which both models attended to raise awareness of the upcoming program (in addition, of course, to their primary job of just looking stunning on the red carpet) “I can’t believe it," Smalls said. "I’m in shock as well,” Kloss added. “It’s unbelievable and such a huge honor. We have major shoes to fill.”
Cindy Crawford, Amber Valetta, Molly Sims and Rebecca Romijn were a few of the models who hosted the original show back in the day. “Both industries have changed quite a bit. So it’ll be interesting to see how we show that," Kloss said.
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Giuliana Rancic was inspired to create her own fashion line by her father.
The TV presenter's dad was a tailor in Naples, Italy and as a result Giuliana always wanted to create her own collection but she insisted costs were kept down on G by Giuliana so that it would be affordable for her fans.
"My father has always had clothing stores and had men's and women's clothing, so I've always had fashion running in my veins. But I'm not crazy, not delusional; I didn't try to do a line and sell it to the top department stores with a crazy price tag. I just wanted something that everyone could get," she told People.
Giuliana is so happy with the collection she is already planning to wear it on her reality TV show Giuliana & Bill and for her work on Fashion Police and E! News. "It's super affordable, easy to just wear. I'll be wearing it on my shows. I think people are really going to like it."
G by Giuliana will launch on the Home Shopping Network later this year.
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