Songbird Mariah Carey was spotted leaving the upscale Louis Vuitton store in Aspen, CO. Mariah’s gorgeous Louis Vuitton handbag is custom made-to-order and not available in stores. A 100% deposit of $5,900 is required to order this bag. Socialite Tamar Braxton has the same handbag.
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Actress Halle Berry was seen rocking Christian Louboutin pumps while arriving at an office building in New York today.
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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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Brandy Norwood‘s brother Ray J was spotted out & about rocking the latest in head gear from the Louis Stewart Collection. The Louis Stewart stitched plate caps are taking off like wildfire. The caps have been worn by reality TV star Stevie J and others. The hats retail for $250.
But Louis Stewart is offering free stitched plate caps for three (3) lucky Sandrarose.com male readers (or your loved one if you’re a female).
Update: The hats are gone. Thanks for reading!
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Newly single mom Ciara was seen leaving Crustacean restaurant in Beverly Hills on Thursday. The 28-year-old singer was seen wearing Givenchy leather shorts to compliment her Chanel sneaker boots with knee pads. the sneaker boots are from Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2014 ready to wear collection. A source close to Ciara’s camp denied reports that the sneaker boots were gifts from her baby daddy, rapper Future. The source said Ciara got the boots directly from Chanel.
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Atlanta-based shoe designer Antonio Brown is in the news for boldly filing a lawsuit against fashion house Louis Vuitton for allegedly stealing his registered trademark — a toe plate affixed to the front of his Level 3 designer shoes.
An Atlanta-based shoe designer is suing Louis Vuitton for trademark infringement, the AJC reports.
Antonio Brown says he wants the prestigious fashion house to pay up for stealing his trademark design — a toe plate on the front of his LVL XIII (Level Thirteen) designer shoes.