Former One Direction heartthrob Liam Payne looked extra handsome sporting a full Giorgio Armani look while attending the Giorgio Armani SS18 show Sunday. The 23-year-old brand new father was said to be sad for having to leave his son Bear back home on the Father’s Day holiday to make his way to the show in Milan, Italy, but he seemed to be in better spirits while hanging out with Girogio backstage. Continue reading
Former ‘Jersey Shore’ star Pauly D had a busy schedule at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City this past weekend. The 36-year-old DJ started out dining at the popular Martorano’s Italian Restaurant with friends where he ordered the infamous Meatball Salad. He later hosted a 1.5 hour DJ set at Atlantic City’s hottest nightlife destination, The Pool After Dark. Pauly drank Dom Perignon throughout the night as his friends partied at a stage-side VIP table sipping bottles of Patron silver and Grey Goose. Continue reading
SPOTTED: Singer/songwriter Ray J had some fun riding a limited edition MCM x Scoot-E Bike on Friday, June 16, 2017 at the Neiman Marcus Atlanta event. The 36-year-old star was seen snapping selfies while wearing MCM x CR Collection Quilted Bomber Jacket and MCM Visetos Zip High Top Sneakers. Continue reading
This past Sunday, Katy Perry hosted an Easter Day “Recovery” Brunch at a private estate in Thermal, CA, produced by John Terzian’s The h.wood Group. The colorful daytime event featured an exclusive pop-up debuting the Katy Perry Footwear Collection. Guests including Mia Morretti, Adam Lambert, Johnny Wujeck (Creative Director for Katy Perry Collections) and Jean Watts re-fueled with vitamin elixirs, oxygen bars and reflexology massages, including a festive Easter egg hunt by Cover Girl with beats spun by Mia Moretti, Balthazar Getty & Bobby French filling the air in the background. Continue reading
Recording artist Leona Lewis celebrated her birthday with 15 of her closest friends on Saturday night. Wearing a multi-colored, sequins jumpsuit, the “Bleeding Love” star started off her night with a special dinner at Beauty & Essex in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas where she enjoyed the avocado toast, chicken meatballs, yellowtail sashimi and more. Keeping the festivities going, the group later headed to TAO Nightclub in The Venetian where they took over a VIP table. Lewis was then surprised with a celebratory presentation from the staff. The singer and her friends danced the night away as DJ Mustard manned the decks.
What a night it was for Miranda Lambert. Not only did she make history at the ACMs, the beauty stunned on the red carpet (of course.) The “Album of the Year” winner and “Female Vocalist of the Year” looked sophisticated and sexy with super straight strands. Want to copy Miranda’s red carpet look? Keep reading!
Emporio Armani dressed a few of the attendees at the 4th Annual iHeartRadio Music Awards, including nominee and performer, Shawn Mendes who wore two Emporio Armani ensembles during the evening. He first walked the red carpet wearing an Emporio Armani black and silver brocade one-button shawl collar dinner jacket trimmed in black velvet with a classic black shirt and black trousers. Then for his performance during the live show, Sean changed into an Emporio Armani blue textured bomber jacket with a blue patterned shirt and black trousers. Mendes was nominated for Male Artist of the Year, Best Cover Song and Best Fan Army. Continue reading
Katy Perry made her first public appearance since her recent split from her boyfriend of one year, Orlando Bloom, and in doing so, the artist made a huge personal and fashion statement. Walking the red carpet at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards, the “Chained to the Rhythm” singer debuted her brand new and bold pixie hair cut and stunned in a white and gold August Getty Atelier jumpsuit which she paired with Jimmy Choo shoes and Jacob & Co jewelry.
Joe Jonas and his band DNCE crashed the world’s largest student-run philanthropy event held at Penn State University which raises millions every year to combat childhood cancer. Penn State’s THON which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, throws the annual 46-hour no-sitting, no-sleeping dance marathon which has raised more than $136 million for childhood cancer treatment and research since 1997. This year’s event kicked off Friday, February 17, 2017, at the university’s Bryce Jordan Center with thousands in attendance. During the festivities, Penn State dancers and athletes took the stage alongside children currently battling cancer, whose treatment THON is helping to fund. Continue reading