I know some of you ladies saw Sex And The City: The Movie over the weekend. According to the box office, 85% of women attended the opening of the film and the movie grossed $55.7 million in total so far.
If you loved the looks from Carrie and the girls in the movie, you can pick up a copy of the Sex And The City: The Movie book, which features every single outfit from the film from all the ladies, including the designers of the apparel and accessories they wore. Its available online at Walmart for sale at $25.46…
KIM STOPS BY EBAY
Socialite Kim Kardashian is the latest celebrity to put her things on ebay up for auction. Currently up are items by Herve Leger, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, and Gucci that she has worn on the red carpet, as well as a shopping date with Kim and her sisters (bid is almost at $10,000!)
A percentage of the sales for all items will go to her favorite charity, the Dream Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to terminally-ill adults.
YVES SAINT LAUREN PASSES
French fashion legend Yves Saint Laurent, an innovative designer and one of the best in the industry – died yesterday at the age 71:
The reclusive Saint Laurent died at his Paris home of a brain tumour late Sunday after a prolonged illness and is to be buried Thursday, said his long-time partner Pierre Berge.
Mentally and physically frail through most of his life, the bespectacled Saint Laurent retired from haute couture in 2002 after a four decade career in which he dressed the likes of Catherine Deneuve, Paloma Picasso, Bianca Jagger and Lauren Bacall.
“I am shattered,” said Berge, who founded the iconic YSL fashion house in 1961 with the designer, then 25.
As tributes poured in from around the world to the tormented but visionary genius, Berge said women around the world owed Saint Laurent a debt for revolutionising their wardrobes.
“He was the first to put women in pants, the first to put them in tuxedos, the first to put them in masculine clothes, the first to employ black models,” he said. “He was audacious, he revolutionised the trade.”