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Kim Kardashian Rocks Baby Pink Toni Maticevski

Kim Kardashian just posted her OOTD to Instagram, featuring none other than Melbourne-based designer Toni Maticevski. Kim rocked a soft pink look, with a Balmain gold-buttoned blazer over a white Alaïa  bodysuit showing off her ample cleavage.

What brought the entire outfit together, though, was the statement baby pink skirt by Maticevski. The front-wrap detail, plus the structured thigh spilt and midi length, had the getup looking stylish and feminine. Kim topped it all off with strappy black Hermes heels. (more…)

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Robyn Lawley Tries to Give Us a Sneak Peek of Her New Swimwear Collection

Getting us in the mood for warmer days ahead, Robyn Lawley has given us all a little sneak peek of what’s to come from her self-titled swimwear collection, Robyn Lawley Swimwear. The “plus-size” model has posted several pictures to her Instagram, showcasing the upcoming designs straight from the shoot in Vermont.

We can expect double-strap balconette bras with matching contrast bottoms as well as plunging one-pieces with strategic line work around the hip area. We want to say they’ll be black and white, but going off the poor-quality, filtered images, it looks like the white could actually be a neon yellow. Perhaps it’s just the Amaro filter at work — we’re not too sure. (more…)

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The Best Looks from the 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty 2014 Launch

Each year, our favourite mags unite to deliver a whole month of fashion and beauty love. Bauer Media (the media giant that owns glossies like Australian ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar, but not Vogue) and Priceline have teamed up yet again for 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty, launching the September festivities with a runway show at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney on Thursday, August 28.

The country’s fashion elite were all there, including top models, leading magazine editors and celebrities like the event’s ambassador, Cheyenne Tozzi. Scroll through below to see our most stylish picks from the night.

Makeup artist and beauty blogger Rachael Brook wore an open-back, navy top by Dion Lee, an angelic white skirt by Aje and two-strap, chunky white heels by Tony Bianco. It was lucky Rachael looked so amazing because she had just been announced as Priceline’s beauty director for 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty when this pic was taken. (more…)

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Pink LouLou to Launch ‘Australian Summer’ Collection

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Photo: Pierre Toussaint/Pink LouLou

Jewellery label Pink LouLou has just released its newest campaign dubbed Australian Summer, tapping the gorgeous Stephanie Cherry to model its latest fine jewellery offering. In a simplistic shoot, Stephanie wears either buttoned-down white and pale blue blouses or an Australian flag draped over a bare chest with undone denim bottoms. (more…)

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Miley Cyrus Lies Down in a Pile of Stuffed Animals for V Magazine (Forum Buzz)

V Magazine‘s latest issue is about to hit stands, and for this edition’s rebel theme, it tapped Disney diva-cum-wannabe and twerk team captain Miley Cyrus for the cover. The “Wrecking Ball” singer, still enjoying the fruits of the bad girl persona she adopted for her Bangerz album, poses on a pile of stuffed animals wearing a furry monokini with her arms behind her head and knees akimbo. Industry overlord Karl Lagerfeld photographed the singer for the issue, and many of our forum members are giving the Kaiser props for nailing the shot. 

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Image: V magazine

Definitely better than her previous [V] cover. Shame that Karl photographed better than Testino,” fluxxx wrote.

I don’t like Miley but let’s not deny that this cover is the best Karl has done this year,” coutugh opined. It is a progress from her previous raunchy V cover, too. I am not complaining tbh. Karl will probably disappoint us with the spread though.” 

[J.]Oliver seemed quite pleased: “ANYTHING would be better than her last cover(s), but I really like this.”

Most took issue with the cover subject and her “rebel” status. Quite a few of our forum members find Miley’s schtick well…a little contrived. “I wouldn’t say [she] was ‘provoking’ as the tagline might suggest,” LastNight offered. “I don’t think Miley is that provocative either – just the classic ‘good girl gone wild’ transformation that the world is still ‘shocked’ by for some reason, but really it’s nothing that interesting or indeed shocking.” 

Others were simply sick of seeing her, like DutchHomme, who mentioned that he’s, “Getting tired of anti-role models on magazines.” 

But besides a few quips about Ms. Cyrus’ public persona, not everyone was feeling the shot in general. To VogueDisciple93, the cover, “Looks like bad LaChapelle work.” Ouch.

What do you think of V Magazine‘s latest cover? Head over to the forums and join in on the discussion.

 

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Grafitti Artists Suing Roberto Cavalli for Allegedly Stealing Their Work

Image: KIKA/WENN.com

Image: KIKA/WENN.com

Roberto Cavalli is the kind of fellow who will call you out when he thinks he’s been ripped off. The outspoken designer has dissed Michael Kors in the past, telling Haute Living magazine, “Mr. Michael Kors, he copies everything! It’s really a scandal and nobody has the courage to say anything. It’s really not fair.” Indeed. But Cavalli himself isn’t impervious to making the same kind of misstep he’s accusing Mr. Kors of. In this particular case, instead of being, ahem, influenced by a major designer, Cavalli gleaned a lotta inspiration from the work of a few Northern-California based graffiti artists.

The perma-tanned designer is being sued by three taggers, Jeffrey Rubin, Victor Chapa and Jason Williams, who say Cavalli used their work for his brand’s graffiti-themed Just Cavalli collection without permission. According to legal documents, Cavalli printed their work on several pieces from the collection, adding “Just Cavalli” branding in spray paint to make it look as if his team designed it. As court documents read, ”Sometimes, Cavalli added what appears to be a signature, creating the false impression that Roberto Cavalli himself was the artist.” Oof. In addition to infringement, the taggers say that having their work featured on the designs of a high-fashion label destroys their precious street cred and makes it look as if they sold out to the man. Except, in this case, they didn’t. To add insult to injury, not only is their credibility smashed, but they didn’t even get a dime for it.

Rubin, Chapa and Williams are all seeking payment for damages, and are demanding that the products bearing their artwork be pulled. 

[via The Fashion Law]

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