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Jennifer Lopez - Anna Wintour - Condé Nast - Aubrey Graham - Michaela Coel - Drake and 21 Savage sued for $4M over using FAKE Vogue covers to promote new album - dailymail.co.uk
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Drake and 21 Savage sued for $4M over using FAKE Vogue covers to promote new album
Drake and 21 Savage are being sued by publishers Condé Nast for $4M in damages over creating fake Vogue magazines, which they promoted as authentic to their captive combined 281M social media followers.'Me and my brother on newsstands tomorrow!' the Canadian 35-year-old announced on October 30, sharing Photoshopped images of the pair appearing to be on the cover. Making the prank seem real, Drake added: 'Thanks @voguemagazine and Anna Wintour for the love and support on this historic moment.'However, it was all a publicity stunt to promote the joint studio album Her Loss, which Drake and 21 Savage dropped last Friday. Fake news: Condé Nast is suing four-time Grammy winner Drake (R, pictured October 19) and Grammy winner 21 Savage (L) for $4M in damages over creating fake Vogue magazines, which they blatantly promoted as authentic to their captive combined 281M social media followersVogue and its editor-in-chief Anna Wintour 'have not endorsed Her Loss in any way' asked the Privileged Rappers 'multiple times' to take down the covers, which never happened - according to TMZ Hip Hop.Drake (born Aubrey Graham) and 21 Savage (born Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph) also reportedly did an email blast, and they enlisted street teams to hand out physical copies of their faux Vogue and plastered cities with the cover.In actuality, Emmy-winning writer Michaela Coel was featured on the November cover of Vogue and Grammy-nominated pop diva Jennifer Lopez is currently featured on the December cover of the 130-year-old fashion mag.
Ken Paves - Anna Wintour - Victoria Beckham shows off hotter than ever figure in slinky plunging dress - dailystar.co.uk - New York - Victoria
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Victoria Beckham shows off hotter than ever figure in slinky plunging dress
Victoria Beckham put on yet another sizzling display on Wednesday night (October 13) when she slipped into a plunging VB dress that only just covered up her assets.The fashionista took to her Instagram Stories to give her adoring fans a sneak peek at her latest outfit, a gorgeous green dress from her very own VB collection. READ MORE: Victoria Beckham defies criticism over daughter Harper's 'inappropriate' dressPosh Spice decided to catch up with her fans whilst getting all dolled up by celebrity stylist Ken Paves in New York.Victoria told fans she was getting the "head to heel" treatment, before she headed off to talk with Vogue's Anna Wintour.She showed off her dazzling gym-honed figure in the tiny shoulder-less dress which hung off the neck and exposed her toned tummy.Glowing Victoria looked ageless as ever as she chatted to her fans on camera with Ken sprucing up her hair behind her, and beauty expert Wendy Rowe was off camera in the background.She said: "Okay, so we've got Ken doing finishing touches to hair...." before asking Wendy: "Wendy, what are you doing?"Wendy replied: "Me? I just like being here," before Victoria added: "She actually was just moisturising my heel."Ken swept Victoria's brunette locks back in a beautiful bob before her Vogue appearance, which she later shared on her Story.The retail mogul looked every bit the part with her chiseled facial features brushed up, her brows on-fleek and her lips perfectly glossed.Later on, she caught up with fans again as Ken worked on a second show-stopping hairdo, with Posh kitted out in a stunning blue bodysuit.During her Vogue chat, Victoria spoke about why she loves having the kids around the house.She said: "I love having the kids around the house because
Kanye West - Anna Wintour - Trevor Noah - Baz Luhrmann - Candace Owens - Vogue - Kanye West Met With Vogue Editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson Over 'White Lives Matter' T-Shirt Backlash - etonline.com - Paris
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Kanye West Met With Vogue Editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson Over 'White Lives Matter' T-Shirt Backlash
Kanye «Ye» West claims that he's met with the editor for a civil discussion about their political disagreements.«GABBY IS MY SISTER,» West wrote, in his traditional all-caps style. «IM NOT LETTING PEOPLE GO TO BED THINKING I DIDN’T MEET WITH GABRIELLE AT 5 PM TODAY FOR 2 HOURS THEN WE WENT TO DINNER AT FERDIE.»After he was photographed wearing a «White Lives Matter» shirt at his Yeezy fashion show in Paris — where he was joined by rightwing pundit Candance Owens, who also wort the controversial statement on her shirt — West faced a deluge of criticism from celebs, talk show hosts and the general public.In a post from Karefa-Johnson, the fashion editor expressed that «the t-shirts this man conceived, produced, and shared with the world are pure violence,» adding that «there is no excuse, there is no art here.»West then responded by insulting Karefa-Johnson's own style choices in since-deleted Instagram posts, which drew the ire of many celebs who came to her defense.Now, however, West claims that not only did he meet with Karefa-Johnson, but that the meeting was filmed by Oscar-nominated director Baz Luhrmann, at the behest of Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour.«ANNA HAD BAZ LUHRMANN FILM OUR MEETING AND WE ARE EDITING TONIGHT,» West continued in his post.
Jameela Jamil - Anna Wintour - Karl Lagerfeld - Met Gala - Jameela Jamil slams 2023 Met Gala theme for honoring ‘distinctly hateful’ Karl Lagerfeld - nypost.com - Germany
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Jameela Jamil slams 2023 Met Gala theme for honoring ‘distinctly hateful’ Karl Lagerfeld
“Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty” on May 1, which will honor the fashion designer, who died in 2019 aged 85.But the theme didn’t sit well with “The Good Place” star, who rushed to Instagram to share some choice words about Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour’s selected theme.Sharing a black-and-white portrait of the late German designer, the 36-year-old actress simply wrote, “Nope.”“Karl Lagerfeld is the theme for the entire Met Gala next year,” she captioned her post. “This man… was indeed, supremely talented, but used his platform in such a distinctly hateful way, mostly towards women, so repeatedly and up until the last years of his life, showing no remorse, offering no atonement, no apology, no help to groups he attacked… there was no explanation for his cruel outbursts.”“Those groups were women who were sexually assaulted, the entire me too movement, gay couples who wanted to adopt, all fat people, specifically fat women, and some of his greatest harm was against Muslim refugees, and the disgusting way he spoke about people fleeing their homes for fear of their lives,” she went on.“Why is THIS who we celebrate when there are so many AMAZING designers out there who aren’t bigoted white men? What happened to everyone’s principles and ‘advocacy.’ You don’t get to stand for justice in these areas, and then attend the celebration of someone who reveled in his own public disdain for marginalized people.”A post shared by Jameela Jamil (@jameelajamil)“Sorry, but no.
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