At the launch party on Wednesday for Prabal Gurung's new spring collection being sold exclusively at Target, celebrities and the public enjoyed a night full of carnival rides and games, and talked about their fashion cravings along with their plans for upcoming Valentine's Day.
David Beckham Shoots Skimpy H&M Underwear Ad
Rihanna revealed her fifteenth tattoo on Twitter, the Queen Nefertiti figure head.
British soccer star David Beckham appears in a new ad campaign for his intimate bodywear collection for retailer H&M. The sexy ad campaign, directed by Guy Ritchie, shows Beckham in skimpy boxer briefs and bedroom slippers, impersonating an action hero.
Beyonce's performance during the Super Bowl halftime show at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans wasn't the only thing electrifying. The "Halo" singer's padded shoulder corset short and black leather dress with knee-high boots won rave reviews in fashion reports. Her outfit was designed by New York-based fashion designer Rubin Singer.
Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr appears on the cover of Jalouse magazine's February issue and flaunted her assets in both nude and clothed photos.
Sigourney Weaver pulled an "Angelina Jolie" at the SAG Awards on Jan. 27. The "Avatar" actress wore her black satin Lanvin gown backwards for the awards ceremony on Sunday. Amanda Seyfried and Demi Lovato have also worn their dresses backwards.
The ex-girlfriend of Chris Brown, Karrueche Tran came forward to tell her side of the story in her first topless magazine cover, in Rolling Out.
When Jennifer Lawrence heard she won the Outstanding Female Actor In A Lead Role nod at the 2013 SAG Awards on Jan. 27, the actress' Christian Dior Couture strapless gown appeared to have suffered a serious wardrobe malfunction- the dress appeared to have ripped in two which revealed part of her thighs. A spokesperson for Christian Dior Couture, however, stated that her dress was "not ripped." According to the rep, the opening was simply a lift of layered tulle fabric.
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