NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Many ladies love their handbags and will spend a lot of money for the latest and greatest, but a new study says what is inside those bags may be covered in germs worse than what you’ll find in the bathroom.
Here's Kim Kardashian looking extra Kris Jenner-esque on the cover of Vogue L'Uomo. Among things she would like you to know:
"I would have liked to be a teacher, I always say prayers before going to bed, I would have liked to spend more time with my dad and speak with my fans. I adore pizza, gelato, and I like making love, I hate cilantro, I have a collection of 224 pairs of Louboutin and I’m scared to death of spiders.”[Fashionista]
Tax evasion trial or no tax evasion trial, Dolce & Gabbana ain't slowin' down. The luxe label has announced plans to release a kids line for next month. In true Italian form, the offerings include clothing, innerwear, beachwear, accessories and - get this - an entire division dedicated to the baptismal ceremony. “It’s a miniature version of our signature line,” Gabbana said. Adorbz. [WWD]
Lacey Wildd, the mother of six who's looking to go from an L cup to a MMM cup to be part of the coveted Top 5 Biggest Boobs in the World Competition That No One Knew Was A Thing, responded to (our) allegations that she's promoting poor body self-image: "Not really because I just recently went big. And have been a very normal supportive mother. I am very close 2 them...this is my life I dont push it on anyone. And I to each is his own. Live life and let live. I would never hurt anyone." [FashionOlogy, @Fashion_Ology]
Here's a day I thought would never come - check out Bill Gaytten's final collection for Dior before Raf Simons takes over the label's top creative spot. [Vogue]
Despite rumors that she'd be wearing custom Prabal Guring, Leandra Medine's wedding dress was off-the-rack Marchesa. So much for repelling. [WWD]
Speaking of Prabal, here's his amaze Resort 2013 collection, which was inspired by artist Aaron Moran (he repurposes decaying materials!). Expect edgy florals, ultra-fem peplums and, of course, sharp short suits. [Fashionologie]
A judge ruled that an anorexic med student should be fed via a tube (against her will) because "she may want to live in the future." Hmm. [Telegraph]
And now for a moment with Tom Ford's feelings.
"Often, a bad review is right and those hurt in a different way because you know in your heart what you’re reading is right. You’re quite raw because they come out the day or two days after what you’ve done when you haven’t been able to recover from it. You’re exhausted and you can’t really see what you’ve created because you’re too close to it.” [Grazia]
That Obama fundraiser at Sarah Jessica Parker's apartment last night raised $4.5 million. [Daily Mail]
Lucky magazine responded to the bad press Lucky Breaks Editor Bobby Schuessler brought them by saying they never get paid for endorsements through giveaways. But I'm not convinced - they may not have directly pocketed money, but I'm sure that designer's parent company may be more likely to advertise in the future if the mag routinely says great things. But isn't that the problem with all print mags? [Fashionista]
What's worse than tripping down the aisle on your wedding day? Having a bad hair moment, apparently. Here's 3 stories straight from the hairstylists. [Racked]