Troubled singer Chris Brown and his faithful concubine Karrueche Tran were spotted exiting Crooks and Castles shop on Fairfax on the release date of his new album, X. Brown's new album is neck and neck for the #1 spot on the Billboard sales chart with pop legend Barbra Steisand's new album, Partners. Partners is Barbra's 1st studio album release since 2003.
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Socialite Amber Rose was seen arriving at LAX airport in Los Angeles on her way to NYC. The mother-of-one who is seldom at home was rocking a Louis Vuitton Palk backpack from the 2013 Fall/Winter Collection which retails for $2,370.
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Diehard Louis Vuitton fans will be happy to know that a new crop of gawjus LV backpacks are set to debut in mid-October. The new line was designed by new creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere and collabos with Christian Louboutin, Marc Newson ($5,900 fleece backpacks pictured above), Cindy Sherman, Karl Lagerfeld and more. LV is even reviving the classic 'Christopher' backpack -- the one rap mogul T.I. custom ordered for $8,000 after he lost his treasured Christopher backpack while traveling.
The money just keeps rolling in for British rapper (by way of Australia) Iggy Azalea. Friend of the blog Shawn "Tubby" Holiday, 2nd from left, signed Iggy to a lucrative worldwide publishing deal with Sony/ATV.
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Aussie superstar Iggy Azalea celebrates inking a worldwide pub deal with Sony/ATV. The pact, a partnership between Marty Bandier's mighty pubco and Grand Hustle, with which Azalea is affiliated, covers future works as well as current hits such as "Fancy," "Black Widow" and her contribution to the Ariana Grande single "Problem." Bandier praised her as an "electrifying new talent," while her manager, Turn First's Sarah Stennett, said the signing continues the mission to "only enter into relationships with people who truly support the vision." Azalea, who co-wrote everything on her Grand Hustle/Def Jam album The New Classic, has also reportedly co-penned six tunes that will appear on a deluxe extended edition streeting in Q4. Seen looking forward to more cigars, a snifter of brandy and some tasteful twerking are (l-r) Sony/ATV's Danny Strick and Shawn Holiday, Iggy Azalea and Bandier.