Kim Kardashian wore Marilyn Monroe’s iconic “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” dress. One fashion historian said it could have easily been damaged, and its loan was “unethical.”
The embattled fashion mogul went on the warpath Monday, filing a suit against the famed attorney who represents several women accusing him of sexual misconduct.
Kim Kardashian wore Marilyn Monroe’s “Mr. President” dress, Vanessa Hudgens was in gothic glam, Cardi B in gold—and there were at least 3 “Jared Letos” at the still-crazy Met Gala.
Jacqueline Onassis detested Ron Galella, who has died at 91. Other boldface names played up to his flashbulb. Love or hate him, Galella changed the way the public saw the famous.
On Monday, as ever, we will tune into the Met Gala for the outrageous fashion, but in past years other drama has stemmed from celebrity confrontations and interactions.
When Etsy raised its transaction fees by 30 percent, its sellers went on strike. Discontent over executive bonuses and other company management issues is still simmering.
The theme nods to the tiny waists and huge petticoats of the Gilded Age, but will attendees step up to the sartorial plate, or opt for maximum glitz? Duh.