Celebrity Fashion, Style & BeautyDecember 6, 2013
Jenny McCarthy has created her own bedding line for infants and babies.
The blonde beauty - who has an eight-year-old son Evan - teamed up with firm Pem America to design Too Good by Jenny for youngsters in the first year of their lives.
Lady Gaga is set to take on a bigger role at French fashion house Thierry Mugler.
Stylist and creative director of the brand Nicola Formichetti has hinted more work could be in the pipeline between the two following her forthcoming musical-director role of his menswear show in Paris, France.
Jimmy Choo has created a range of men's shoes.
The luxury footwear firm's chief creative officer Tamara Mellon unveiled the latest collection earlier this week and said it was important for men to take pride in what they wear on their feet.
Jennifer Lopez says she only let her two-year-old twins appear in a Gucci campaign because the money was going to charity.
The singer-and-actress starred alongside Max and Emme in the Italian fashion house's campaign for their new children's line last year and while she normally keeps the tots out of the limelight, she made an exception because it was for a good cause.
Georgina Chapman still gets a thrill from seeing people wear her dresses.
The Marchesa designer has seen A-list celebrities such as Renee Zellweger, Rihanna, Sandra Bullock and Demi Moore don her creations but insists it's just as flattering going to party and seeing an unknown woman in one of her outfits.
Roberto Cavalli insists he isn't in competition with other designers.
The flamboyant sartorialist - who counts Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce Knowles among his celebrity fans - says he doesn't look at what his peers are creating as he believes he is his own biggest rival.
Sarah Burton unveiled her second menswear collection for Alexander McQueen yesterday (17.01.11) at Milan's Menswear Fashion Week.
The designer - who was named as the label's creative director last year following the tragic suicide death of its founder Alexander McQueen - built on her debut range with oversized coats and capes which played on texture, with leather and fur enlivening the classic wool shapes.
Giorgio Armani thinks using crystals in his designs will allow men to look "elegant" yet "contemporary".
The Italian designer has teamed up with crystal firm Swarovski to create a new collection and Giorgio is very excited about the range.
Viktor and Rolf say it was an "honor" to dress Natalie Portman for the Golden Globes.
The 'Black Swan' actress - who is pregnant with her first child - looked stunning in a loose-fitting strapless pale pink creation by the design duo and they admit it was a dream come true to work with her.
Jennifer Aniston thinks she is responsible for the "ugliest haircut ever".
The 41-year-old actress made the 'Rachel' haircut - a bouffant-style layered cut done by friend Chris McMillan in 1994 - famous during her time on US sitcom 'Friends' but believes it was not her most stylish look.