Five events everyone will be talking about tonight.
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Karlie Kloss Is "Truly Sorry" For Playing A Geisha In Vogue
Karlie Kloss has apologized for playing herself and being involved in Vogue's diversity issue which featured Kloss, white woman, dressed up as a Geisha, asian woman. At this point, I feel like we're just being trolled by fashun because WE'VE BEEN HERE BEFORE.
I Love This Feud Between Alexander Wang vs Philipp Plein
Today Alexander Wang posted a side-by-side video on Instagram comparing his 2014 H&M show with German designer, Philipp Plein's strikingly similar January 2017 Plein Sport show, called "Alice in Ghettoland."
Team Wang for obvious reasons. (via: Instagram/WWD)
When It Rains It Pours: Puzder to Withdraw Labor Secretary Nomination
Andrew Puzder, the CEO of the company that owns the Hardee's and Carl's Jr. fast food chains, is under mounting opposition from Democrats against his position on labor issues and Republicans, who say they're concerned with his failure to pay taxes for five years on a former undocumented housekeeper. According to CNN, GOP senators are also worried over this now viral video of Puzder's ex-wife telling Oprah Winfrey about her husband's alleged domestic abuse in 1990. The same source speculated that Puzder's confirmation hearing set for Thursday is expected to be #canceled. (via: CNN)
March 8 Is The Official Date For The Women's Strike
In an Instagram post, the organizers behind the massive Women's March announced The Day Without a Woman strike will take place on March 8, International Women's Day. This time, the aim is to be intersectional and "mobilize women, including trans women, and all who support them in an international day of struggle – a day of striking, marching, blocking roads, bridges, and squares, abstaining from domestic, care and sex work, boycotting, calling out misogynistic politicians and companies, striking in educational institutions." (via: Instagram)
OMGGGGG: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Teams Up With Moonlight Composer Nicholas Britell
PostedFeb 15, 2017