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.
+ As promised, Louis Vuitton's Fall 2014 campaign was a collaborative effort by famed photographers Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz and Juergen Teller, featuring models Charlotte Gainsbourg, Liya Kebede, Freja Beha Erichsen and Jean Campbell.
+ A Vogue reporter attempted to interview model Cara Delevingne, only to have her fall asleep on her - twice! The reporter later discovered from fashion photographer Tim Walker that Cara once fell asleep "for seven hours on one Mulberry shoot."
+ Former creative director of Gap, Patrick Robinson, has left his position at A|X Armani Exchange. Despite gossip that he left due to plagiarism issues, a representative assured Page Six that Robinson left the brand amicably.
+ 12 Years a Slave star-turned-fashion darling Lupita N'yongo has landed her first Lancome ad - naturally, she looks amazing.
Taylor Swift is being sued by clothing brand Lucky 13.
The "Love Story" singer counts 13 as her favorite number and sells T-shirts with "Lucky 13" written on them through her online store, but Robert Kloetzly who owns Lucky 13 clothing - which has been trading since 1991 - feels she is stealing his business.
In a lawsuit lodged today, Robert accuses the singer of trademark infringement for unauthorized use of Lucky 13's branding, and claims they have contacted her people numerous times with no resolution. In court documents seen by website TMZ, Robert describes Taylor as a singer who likes "fast cars and dangerous men who drive them inappropriately," which is the same demographic as his company targets. It also cites the star's music video for "I Knew You Were Trouble" because it "depicts stylish, attractive, tattooed individuals in provocative situations," much like Lucky 13's branding.
Adam Levine has dyed his hair platinum blonde.
The Maroon 5 frontman, 35, took his Twitter account Saturday night to announce that he's ditched his natural brown locks for an eye-catching peroxide blonde style. The hunky star posted a picture of his new look, with his fiancee Behati Prinsloo looking over his shoulder, which he accompanied with the caption, "Apocalypse prep course complete [sic]."
However, it appears Adam has received some negative feedback on his new image as he later tweeted, "I hope people understand that when they say my hair looks creepy i take that as the highest compliment [sic]."
Meanwhile, Adam and Behati have been busy planning their wedding after the singer popped the question last July in Los Angeles after a year of dating.
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.
One Direction's perfume Our Moment has become the fastest selling perfume of the year.
The "Little Things" boy band - consisting of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson - are once again smelling sweet success as their first ever fragrance, marketed towards their ever-loyal female fan base, has sold more than any other scents in 2013 in the UK. Our Moment is also retail chain The Perfume Shop's best selling fragrance in history and the company was even forced to bring in extra staff to meet demand from the group's obsessed admirers.
"The success of Our Moment is something One Direction are very proud of. The incredible level of sales we've seen so far of Our Moment and the overwhelming feedback given by fans is a reflection of the band's involvement in every stage of its creation and their desire to make a personal and unique product for their fans," said Faye Langworthy of One Direction's management firm, Modest! Management.
Taylor Swift believes her perfume captures her "personality."
The 23-year-old singer is preparing to release her new scent Taylor by Taylor Swift this month and insists she's stepped away from the "romantic kind" of aroma, creating her third fragrance to represent her progression in life: "For me, it's sort of who I am and embodies my personality and my style. There's been sort of a progression between fantasy and reality, and I think this perfume just really follows that progression. It would take place in my day-to-day life if that makes sense."
The "I Knew You Were Trouble" hitmaker - who is currently on her RED tour with Ed Sheeran - is also beginning to think about starting a new record, but is taking a few months off from penning tracks to give her mind a break from the pressure. "I'm getting ready to start thinking about it. Because my record, it just came out and I'm trying to give my mind a second to like, 'OK,' because when I write a record, I write until I cannot write anymore, I drive myself crazy and then finally the album comes out and I give myself a few months off, so I'm still in that time," she explained.
Not only is French electronic duo Daft Punk making waves and breakin records in the music business, but they're now appearing to dominate the fashion industry, too.
A New Yorker snapped up this photo of the pair with newly-appointed Victoria's Secret angel Karlie Kloss. Dressed in dapper suits that some believe to be from Hedi Slimane, the musical group appears to be shooting an editorial or new music video.
There's been no official word from either party as to what they were up to in the Midtown streets, so we'll just have to play the waiting game to find out.
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While the Billboard Music Awards are no Met Gala, one would hope that the celebrities would at least aspire to such style for the event. Judging from the various frocks that graced Billboard's blue carpet, however, the musically-inclined celebs failed to put much effort into this awards show. Whether it was the Las Vegas heat or some overextended stylists (between the Met Gala, Cannes, and this, who can blame them?), the fashion at the Billboard Music Awards fell short with a few good looks and way too many shine-inducing materials.
The Good: American Idol judge Nicki Minaj, known for her colorful and over-the-top costumes, scaled back her look by opting for a red number which made her cleavage take center stage and yet still managed to look classy.
Country pop singer Shania Twain showed up in a silver-white Pavoni by Mikael D gown looking like a modern-day Greek goddess.
Hayden Panettiere - who currently stars in the country music television drama Nashville - opted for black like many others in attendance, but her simple, sleek floor-length dress was the best of them all.
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Though Tilda Swinton is as unique in style as they come, the Scottish actress decided to honor the look of iconic British musician David Bowie by imitating him!
Swinton, 52, dressed up as "The Stars (Are Coming Out Tonight)" singer at the unveiling of the his exhibition, David Bowie is, at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. From her perfectly coiffed short hair down to her glistening blazer and wide-legged pants, the We Need to Talk About Kevin star could pass as Bowie's twin sister.
Truthfully, Swinton - who starred in the music video for Bowie's latest single - sees him more of a cousin. "I've been a Bowie fan since the age of 12. So to work with him was well.... He's my cousin," Swinton said.
Other stars like Rosario Dawson, Matt Smith, and Chloe Delevigne appeared at the opening for the exhibition - which runs from March 23 to August 11 and features a retrospective of Bowie's career - though none clearly looked as stunning as Tilda!
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