Saturday, 15 September 2012

Prince William launches legal action over Duchess of Cambridge Topless

 Prince William launched a lawsuit against the employers of a French magazine published after the photo of his wife, the Duchess, Catherine of sunbathing topless CAMBRIDGE.
Friday (14Sep12), the editors in documenting magazine published 14 pictures of the couple relaxing on the balcony of private property in Provence during a short break in the last week (ends09Sep12).

Dina Lohan

 LINDSAY LOHAN's estranged father has sparked another another war of words with her mum after accusing her of boozing before a TV interview.
Dina Lohan appears to be clearly confused by one of TV counsellor Dr. Phil McGraw's questions in teasers for Monday's (17Sep12) Dr. Phil show in the U.S., but she insists the piece was just edited to make her look bad.
She says, "I don't care what it looks like. I'm fine and I don't care what anyone says. All people saw was two minutes edited of an hour-long interview. Of course they cut it to make it interesting. That's their job. I don't blame them for doing that. Some of the comments were taken out of context but I'm fine.

He ex-husband Michael, who also took part in the show, is not buying her explanation - he's convinced she was drunk at 10am, when the TV chat was filmed this summer (12).
He tells, "I think when everyone sees the interview, they're gonna know she's not sober."
In the promo, reality TV star Michael even asks host McGraw if Dina had been drinking before the interview.
And he tells, "I haven't seen the full interview yet, but from what I have seen and Dina's comments that it (the interview) was doctored, I really think it's sad and I feel sorry for Dina.

Revealing Photos of Kate Stir Memories of Diana Tragedy

 Do people no longer have the right to a private life once they become famous? Fans and detractors alike apparently have a limitless appetite for dirt on any kind of celebrity from movie stars to "real" housewives to presidents. But that doesn't mean the incessant buzz of paparazzi hovering over their every move, like flies on a wounded animal, is ethical.
On Friday, the French magazine Closer released topless pictures of Kate Middleton and both the royal family and 10 Downing Street (the office of the prime minister) are accusing the media of "having crossed a red line." Moreover, they have pointed out, the incident is doubly painful because of the late Princess Diana's tortured relationship with the press, which ended in her death in a high-speed car crash while being chased by photographers. "The incident is reminiscent of the worst excesses of the press and paparazzi during the life of Diana, Princess of Wales," reads the official statement out of St. James Palace, "and all the more upsetting to The Duke and Duchess for being so." The statement also called the publication of the photos "grotesque" and "unjustifiable."
The images were taken while Prince William and Kate were sunbathing on vacation in France at a chateau owned by Lord Linley, the Queen's nephew.
When Lady Diana Spencer became engaged to Prince Charles in 1981, she was a shy 20-year-old kindergarten teacher. Immediately thrust into the spotlight, she later said that dealing with the press was the greatest challenge of being a part of the royal family. "The most daunting aspect was the media attention, because my husband and I, we were told when we got engaged that the media would go quietly, and it didn't," she told BBC reporter Martin Bashir in 1995, "and then when we were married they said it would go quietly and it didn't; and then it started to focus very much on me, and I seemed to be on the front of a newspaper every single day, which is an isolating experience, and the higher the media put you, place you, is the bigger the drop." In the same interview, she suggests that the constant scrutiny, especially after she suffered from a bout of post-natal depression and was labeled "unstable," battered her self-esteem. Her confidence low, she admits she resorted to self-harm (which she calls "hurting my arms and legs") and bulimia as an escape.
The Independent UK reports the Royal Highnesses reacted to the publication of the revealing Kate photos with "anger and disbelief" and were "hugely saddened." Still, they proceeded with their duties on an official tour of Southeast Asia. In stark contrast to the photo fracas, Middleton donned a modest pearl grey dress and veil when she attended a public ceremony at a mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and comported herself with mind boggling poise given the controversy. According to Sky News, the future Queen of England chatted with her husband and warmly greeted the gathered crowds

Laurence Pieau, the editor-in-chief of Closer is defending the magazine's choice to publish the photos and is brushing it off as a tempest in a teacup—presumably one containing English Breakfast. "There's been an over-reaction to these photos. What we see is a young couple, who just got married, who are very much in love, who are splendid…" "she told French BFM television. "It's a young woman who is topless, the same as you can see on any beach in France or around the world." Of course, if Kate Middleton were a regular young woman on any beach, the pictures would be worthless.
According to the Guardian UK, the photos breach French privacy laws, which are some of the strictest in the world (and which is why so many celebrities including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as well as Johnny Depp choose to live there). A spokesperson for the palace told the BBC that legal proceedings have been launched against the magazine for breach of privacy. Privacy lawyer Thomas Roussineau tells the Guardian the magazine knew full well it was breaking the law, but was betting that the revenue gained would be worth the risk.
Suing Closer won't help Middleton much. Images of her at her most intimate will have already circulated around the Internet millions of times. While she's hanging tough now, we hope that, unlike Diana, she will be able to cope as the press picks at the bones of the hundreds of personal events that are yet to come in her life as a member of the royal family.


 The Astroturf catwalk and neon flowers should have been warning enough - Jasper Conran was about to go all hippy on us. Beautiful barefoot, blow-dried models wore an array of short shorts and Glastonbury-appropriate attire. It started out well with a sequinned Breton-striped mini (which we later saw in red, silver and a multi-coloured honeycomb pattern), appliqu├ęd dark denim, blazers and biker jackets with nothing underneath - unrealistic but it looked good all the same - but then the psychedelic onslaught began.Orange and pink, a splash of gingham and some patchwork too. Sequinned, see-through, super-short - it was all there
The patchwork ballgown was a nice touch and probably the best example of Conran fusing what he does best with a whole new vibe, which wasn't a complete success and at times seemed a little disjointed.

All in all it was new move for Conran who we most readily associate with timeless, classic design, not sure it will appeal to his usual clientele but it was a fun show all the same.

London Fashion Week

It is a tradition of fashion weeks everywhere that the first day is sluggish, sometimes to the point of torpor. Everyone wants to show later in the schedule in the belief that final billing equals top billing. The inevitable results are bottlenecks in the last two days and an arid desert in the opening ones.
Sometimes, however, deserts produce unexpected blooms. The start of London Fashion Week was no exception.
Kit Willow presented her first collection - much of it exquisite lingerie - at Sydney Fashion Week in 2003 and since then has intermittently taken part in New York Fashion Week. But this was her debut in London. "It feels more natural to be here, " she said backstage. "Also the more I looked into distribution in the US the more I could see it was going to cost a fortune to set up. It's easier to do business here".

Willow's aesthetic is part rock-chick/Goth, part Bondi socialite. Her woman wears cream or black leather leggings and washed leather jackets and she's big on wafting - chiffon ponchos and wispy Grecian dresses are her calling card. As are her nipples which she likes to cup under huge white cummerbunds or frame with sky blue basques. Lordy there were a lot of nipples here. Presumably that's Willow's lingerie training, but it's probably time to move on to linings. As the Duchess of Cambridge can attest, nipple exploitation generally ends up looking crass and old fashioned. It's particularly jarring when it's in a fashion show and perpetrated by a woman designer. Customers want to see stylish solutions to wearing filmy clothes - not more wardrobe malfunctions. There were some lovely items - orange and white batwing silk tunics included. They don't need FHM visual effects.
Maria Grachvogel's customer is a wafter too. But she would never flash her breasts. Grachvogel prides herself on slinky, bias cutting that's languid but flattering. Her lemon floor length, short sleeved fit and flared dress was a brazen call-out to the Duchess of Cambridge. Grachvogel has also fallen for Grecian pleating - and culottes. It takes a lot for these not to qualify as man repellers, and Grachvogel's were only partially successful. But her trousers are always winners.

Fyodor Golan, a partnership consisting of Fyodor Podgomy, a Latvian, and Golan Frydman, an Israeli, went for ruffles in a big way and pulled it off with a certain verve, then did their best to wreck everything with hideous hats that - you're not going to believe this - looked like nipple shields. Enough, everyone.

Sunday, 9 September 2012

Celebrity Tattoos Designs

Celebrities are the people, whom are known by many and have many followers. Not only they are in-fashion but are also considered as trend setters. And tattoos are liked by them equally, there is a huge list of celebrities who have adorned tattoos on their bodies. A shocking majority have multiple tattoos on their bodies, on all the hot spots of their bodies.
 Infact, a new tattoo over a celebrity's body may become the headline of many fashion news. Over 100 of your favorite celebs have tattoos on their body. Male and Female celebrities like tattoos equally, so it isn't just a rapper's stuff anymore, tattoos are for all.
So check out your favorite celebs and their tattoos.