We all knew the Lady Gaga / Barney’s holiday collaboration was going to be epic.
But who would’ve thought press-on nails, a cookie baked in the singer’s likeness and a Gaga Christmas tree ornament would be in the mix.
Not sounding fun enough yet? Here’s another reason to shop at Gaga’s Workshop. 25% of sales from all items featured will be donated to the Born This Way Foundation. It’s the chart-topper’s newest project focusing on youth empowerment and equality.
Read more for the full price list. All items available at Barneys New York locations nationwide and online at Barneys.com.
Demi Moore at 48 could make young, fab fashionistas do a double take with her holiday campaign for Ann Taylor.
Long considered a brand for “older” women, they’ve got Mrs. Kutcher to thank (ironically) for giving them a more youthful, playful vibe.
See the full campaign gallery for surprisingly on-trend holiday looks.
The man behind Oprah’s hair has landed a new gig.
Friday one of the holidays’ most anticipated events rocked New York City.
Z100’s Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden brought out quite a star-studded crowd, including Eva Marcille and Kim Kardashian.
Keep reading for more pics, including Katy Perry being her usual stylishly hilarious self!
Raucous was hardly ever entertaining–until the Real Housewives of Atlanta came along.
Adding to their huge popularity is their cover of the December 2010 / January 2011 issue of “UPTOWN Magazine.” With styling that’s no doubt decidedly holiday, I’m loving the purple reign, the shimmer and trendy one-shoulder tie-in.
The magazine hits newsstands December 14, 2010, and features an inside look at the ladies of the Real Housewives of Atlanta and discusses why their show connects with viewers across the country. It’s about time someone answered that question, don’t you think?
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