Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock is just like you. The 50-year-old single mom was spotted giving her 5-year-old son Louis Bardo Bullock a piggy back ride to their Range Rover after picking him up from school in Los Angeles, CA. She secured Louis in his car seat, then Sandra greeted one of Louis’s young classmates who appears to be a fan of hers.
Fern Mallis, the woman behind the influential Fashion Week extravaganzas in New York and Paris, is not impressed with Kanye’s bland clothing collection or his Adidas shoe line.
Singer and reality TV star Tamar Braxton opened up on Instagram.com about her abusive past with men.
Songbird Ciara tweeted this photo of herself posing on a balcony at the posh Northside Parkway condos that is home to many stars and Atlanta notables. Ciara was dressed to kill wearing all black from head-to-toe. She accessorized with a black hat and black leather bowtie boots.
Hip Hop mogul and businessman Clifford “T.I.” Harris stopped by Miami’s top urban retailer, Cool Js 183, to check on his Akoo Clothing display and sign a few autographs on Thursday. Cool Js also carries the latest gear from urban clothing line such as 8and9, Billionaire Boys Club, DIEM, and Raw & Uncut. If you’re in the Miami Garden’s area, stop by Cool Js at 71st and Biscayne Blvd to pick out your AKOO outfit, sneakers and backpack.
From GQ magazine:
If you’re in tune with menswear at all, you probably know that Kanye West has big plans for the industry. He spent a large chunk of 2013 making the case for why he should be taken seriously as a designer, culminating with an Adidas deal that will have him designing his very own collection (rumored to be named Yeezi). But it was A.P.C.’s highly quotable founder Jean Touitou who first gave Kanye a chance to design a legitimate menswear collection. In January, the second A.P.C. Kanye capsule was unveiled, and it was a much more extensive and complete offering. For the first time, we were given a clear look at West’s vision for men’s fashion, and it was good. This Thursday, that collection of denim, pants, shirts, sweaters, coats, and even accessories is set to drop at A.P.C. retailers and online. Here’s how to handle it like a pro.
The children’s clothing company behind a racist monkey T-shirt display released a statement today calling the display a “total misunderstanding.” The company was criticized for hanging the monkey T-shirts on hangars featuring a black boy’s head. Other T-shirts displayed in the same line featured Caucasian children on the hangars.