Not one to disappoint, Willow Smith wore this crazy getup to the American Music Awards last night: a long sleeved romper, some slouchy boots, gloves, and this nutty yellow buckled shoulder-arm accoutrement type thing that we can't quite figure out. Give it a name!
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This Will Make Your Monday. Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair" Video Is Out Early and It's Amazing
more After Willow Smith made the rounds at Milan Fashion Week, we sensed a budding style icon. This video ups the ante. Not only is the song amazing
The Best Looks from Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair" Video
We're completely unabashed about our love for Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair" video. The song is awesome but the styling is even better. Willow earned some fashion cred when she sat front row next to her mom at Milan Fashion Week. This video should cement her status as the most fashionable nine-year-old in the land. We're betting the video was styled by Mariel Haenn, who styles Willow as well as Rihanna, and for this dazzling display of creativity (hair as a paintbrush, lip art, and silver eyelashes are just a few of the standout style moments) she deserves massive props. And it's all age-appropriate. We're looking at you Cyrus sisters. Here are our favorite looks from "Whip My Hair" (images are screengrabbed from the video and from Just Jared):
Pint-sized Fashionista Willow Smith Slated to Attend Milan Fashion Week
Watch out Lola Leon and Suri Cruise, nine-year-old Willow Smith is gunning for the title of most fashionable celebrity offspring. Sure, she doesn't have a clothing line like Lourdes (yet), but her new single, "Whip My Hair," sound pretty awesome, and this mini-Rihanna has got style for miles and works the red carpet like a seasoned pro. Up next for Will and Jada Smith's youngest? A stop in Milan to view the spring collections, of course. We hear she'll be front row at Ferragamo on Sunday with mom Jada.
Caption This: What Is This Hollister Shopper Thinking?
Racked NY reported earlier that the bed bug infested Hollister Soho had their infamous zinc-nosed topless models positioned outside the store to tell shoppers they were closed until further notice. Now they're gone and all that's left is this hastily-made sign.