Your favorite reality stars ditched the bubble hems and babydoll dresses for elegant ground-grazing gowns.
Kendall Jenner may have been afraid to do runway, but Kylie (left) is apparently welcoming the challenge. The Kardashians' younger half-sister will be making her New York Fashion Week debut next Monday at Style 360-Metropolitan Pavilion, where Avril Lavigne plans to send her Abbey Dawn collection down the runway, WWD reports. To connect the dots: Avril's boyfriend is Kylie's half brother (and former Hills star) Brody Jenner. They're such a tight-knit family! The only problem: Kylie just turned 14, which is well below the CFDA-imposed 16-year age minimum for runway models. Since February of this year, when these guidelines were announced, it’s been a gradual adjustment for some--having lead to a recent request by the CFDA that designers start carding models at their shows. We reached out to Steven Kolb, CEO of the CFDA, and here's what he had to say: The CFDA Health Initiative guidelines are suggested recommendations put forth for the industry. The latest version has been distributed widely. We are not in a position to police or enforce these recommendations. We can only hope that they are followed and taken seriously and are happy that so many in our industry are acting responsible. So, should Kylie be karded?
Avril Lavigne will show her line Abbey Dawn at New York Fashion Week next month. We'll let that sink in a little for a minute. The punk-pop princess is set to expand Abbey Dawn, which up until now has included t-shirts, hoodies and jewelry (decorated with skulls and lightening bolts, natch), and is sold exclusively at Kohls. This year, however, there will be even more pink-graffiti-print to go around. The line will include dresses, denim, skirts, footwear, handbags, wallets, purses and eyewear. And, just so the sk8ter bois don't feel left out, Lavigne (or her team) will be producing a full men's collection as well.
Ill-advised tattoos are a Young Hollywood tradition, and nowhere are they more plentiful than on the men of The Hills. For six seasons we've watched Lauren, Kristin and Audrina pine for dudes whose favorite outfits consist of board shorts and ink––not all of it pretty. On Tuesday, after the series finale on MTV, Brody, Justin Bobby and the rest will motorcycle off into the sunset. But these gentlemen have been permanently etched in the pop culture consciousness. They've marked up their abs and shoulders, and even convinced their lady friends to do the same. So which one committed the worst sins of the flesh?