NY socialite La La Anthony was spotted in Manhattan, wearing a sky blue Burberry Prorsum lace button front shirt ($995), a white Nicholas crossover hem pencil skirt ($395) and Dior So Real Mirrored sunglasses ($450).

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Future Hendrix

A helpful assistant tied rapper Future‘s shoe laces at a photo shoot with fellow Atlanta rapper Young Thug in New York City. Future wore a dark blue Gucci GG jacquard hooded nylon jacket ($1,400) and a pair of silver and black Chanel CC Spring/Summer 2017 low-top sneakers ($725).

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Dolce & Gabbana fashion house scored a home run when former model Melania Trump wore their creations during her visit to Europe and the Middle East last week.

Mrs. Trump gave invaluable press to Dolce & Gabbana, Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors, making rival designers drool with envy.

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Rihanna in NYC

Singer-turned-entrepreneur Rihanna Fenty was spotted heading to dinner in NYC on Thursday night. Rihanna’s Fenty x PUMA collaboration has resulted in booming sales for the sportswear giant. Her PUMA gear is flying off the shelves. My gay friend at Macy’s shoe counter inside Lenox Mall told me they can’t keep RiRi’s products in the store. Good for her! That music thing wasn’t working out for her.

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Dolce and Gabbana

Aging singer/songwriter Elton John is calling for a worldwide boycott of openly gay clothing designers Dolce and Gabbana. The openly gay father-of-two who is “married” to his longtime partner, David Furnish, was incensed when he heard about Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce’s definition of a traditional family.

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Chris Brown

Troubled singer Chris Brown made the cover of the current issue of Blank magazine wearing selected items by designers such as Lanvin, Paul Smith, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and Balmain. Word is that Brown’s girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, was “frantic” after hearing the news that Brown faked a seizure to gain sympathy from the media and other haters. Tran is reportedly sad that she can’t be with her man to encourage him to seek psychiatric help.

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Dolce & Gabbana

The gay couple behind one of the most well-known fashion brands in the world will be spending the next 20 months in prison.

Domenico Dolce, 54, and Stefano Gabbana, 50, who founded the iconic fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana, were sentenced to 20 months in an Italian prison after they were convicted of evading taxes on €408 million ($540 million USD).

According to UK’s Daily Mail, a judge in Milan ruled that the stylish couple failed to declare income of about €1billion ($1.3 billion USD), and that they moved their brand to Luxembourg to evade Italy’s corporation income tax.

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