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Disneyland sparked outrage by swapping Minnie Mouse's famous polka-dot dress for a men's tailored pantsuit.

The pantsuit was created by fashion designer Stella McCartney in honor of Women's History Month, which takes place in March.
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Minnie has worn her famous red and white polka-dot dress since 1928. Apparently, Disney decided it was time for a change in keeping with the agenda to erase femininity.

The change was met with a mix of outrage and bewilderment on social media.

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Fashion legend and former Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley died at a hospital in White Plains, New York on January 18, TMZ reports.

Talley, 73, was the news director at Vogue from 1983 to 1987 before becoming the magazine's creative director from 1988 to 1995.

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Talley was a larger than life personality who broke fashion barriers as a young gay man with impeccable style and taste.

He was born in Washington, D.C. and raised by his maternal grandmother, Binnie Francis Davis, in Durham, North Carolina during the Jim Crow era.

"For a long time my grandmother would not allow white people to come into our house," Talley said. "That was her rule. The only white man who ever came into the house was the coroner."

Talley said Miss Binnie inspired him and gave him an "understanding of luxury" that fueled his love for fashion.

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His interest in fashion was piqued when he discovered an issue of Vogue magazine in the local library at the age of nine or 10. He is pictured with Vogue editor-for-life Anna Wintour at the Donna Karan New York Fall 2011 fashion show.

After graduating from Brown University with a Master of Arts degree in French Literature in 1972, Talley worked as an unpaid apprentice for Diana Vreeland at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1974.

Vreeland, then Vogue editor-at-large, was so impressed with Talley that she hooked him up with a job at Andy Warhol's Factory and Interview magazine for $50 a week.

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He went on to work for The New York Times and other publications before finally landing at Vogue.

In 2007, Talley was ranked 45th in Out magazine's 50 Most Powerful Gay Men and Women in America.

He was virtually homeless after being evicted from his New York mansion in February 2021.

Talley never married and had no children.

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Pepsi lovers can wear their favorite beverage, thanks to Dapper Dan's new capsule collection with Pepsi.

According to a press release, on Sunday, in New York City, Dapper Dan joined NYFW: The Shows for a preview and celebration of his latest capsule collection with Pepsi.

With Pepsi as the Official Soda Beverage Sponsor of NYFW: The Shows and the Official Soft Drink of the NFL, Pepsi and Dapper Dan are taking the football fan apparel game to the next level to ensure fans show up in style, no matter where they're watching.

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The Pepsi x Dapper Dan Football Watching Capsule Collection features bold (and comfortable) luxury gear perfect for football watching with a signature Pepsi x Dapper Dan logo pattern designed by the "father of logo-mania" himself.

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The Harlem fashion designer and haberdasher, real name Daniel Day, posed with Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin who stopped by to show his support.

Other invited guests included, Leslie Russo, Ivan Bart, Quannah Chasinghorse, Joel Kassewitz, Thanowa Lual, Nyangath Lual, Cianneh Browne, Junny and Kassewitz Ajani Russel amongst others.

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One man was killed during an attempted carjacking of a Bentley that Fashion Nova mogul Richard Saghian was riding in.

The incident happened around 2 a.m. Friday outside the fashion mogul's Hollywood Hills home.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, three suspects in an Audi tailed the Bentley into the Hollywood Hills. Once the vehicle parked at Saghian's mansion, the three suspects jumped out and opened fire on the luxury motor car.

A source tells TMZ, Richard Saghian fled inside his home when the shots rang out.

A security guard was shot but returned fire hitting 2 of the suspects, killing one of them.

The Audi then fled with a flat tire. The LAPD caught up with the Audi just outside the border of Beverly Hills. The dead man was found in the car.

Cops say a wounded suspect was transported to the hospital, where he is in critical condition. The third suspect in the car was uninjured.

Police found the security guard under a Range Rover at a nearby house. Sources say the guard was a retired sheriff's deputy. He suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen and was taken to a hospital.

Fashion Nova is one of the top online clothing retailers. It is known for its cheap and affordable fashions. As of June 2021, the company was worth over $450 million.


Rihanna's Fenty Fashion House and LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) have reportedly reached a mutual decision to part ways, according to reports from both Women’s Wear Daily and Business of Fashion.

In a statement to WWD, an LVMH rep said the luxury fashion house, which owns the Louis Vuitton brand, "have jointly made the decision to put on hold the RTW [ready to wear] activity, based in Europe, pending better conditions."

The decision appears to be final, but, according to WWD, both LVMH and Rihanna "haven't ruled out taking a second run" at a partnership in the future.

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Rihanna and LVM first unveiled the partnership in 2019. At the time, Rihanna called the partnership "an incredibly special moment" for the team.

"Mr. Arnault has given me a unique opportunity to develop a fashion house in the luxury sector, with no artistic limits," she said, referring to Bernard Arnault, chairman and CEO of LVMH Moët Hennessy.

"I couldn't imagine a better partner both creatively and business-wise, and I'm ready for the world to see what we have built together," she continued.

LVMH will reportedly focus on Rihanna's Fenty Beauty, Fenty Skin elements and Savage X Fenty lines.

LVMH is s home to 75 fashion brands.

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A model died after collapsing on the runway during the Ocksa fashion show on the last day of Sao Paulo Fashion Week in Brazil on Saturday, April 27.

The model, who was identified as Tales Soares, 26, did not appear to be stricken or ill as he walked the runway.

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Alicia Keys, left, and Jennifer Lopez kept warm in chilly New York on Friday afternoon. Alicia was spotted leaving the Universal Records building, wearing a crushed velour bomber jacket and black leggings with her signature Kool-Aid colored braid extensions.

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Laverne Cox

Beyonce Knowles has chosen Laverne Cox as the face of her Athleisure Ivy Park AW 2017 fashion campaign. The 46-year-old female impersonator announced his dream job on Wednesday.

The Orange is the New Black star said the fashion campaign was shot over the summer, and launched on Wednesday, Sept. 6.

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