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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Karen Elson famous red-head.........

British supermodel Karen Elson has actress Christina Hendricks to thank for her success.

Elson confirmed that it was Hendricks, who modeled in the 1990s, encouraged her to dye her hair red.

Earlier this year, the flame-haired 'Mad Men' star told Harper's Bazaar that she gave Elson the inspiration, as well as her magic hair color formula, that shot the British beauty to the top.

Elson confirmed it to the Cut at Women's Wear Daily 100th anniversary party.

“We did a shoot together and I remember her beautiful red hair, and I had the worst sort of strawberry blonde mousy hair, and she was like, 'Here, you should dye your hair red, it's going to work for you.'"

Hendricks says that she is a natural blonde.

The 31-year-old Elson has been modeling since she was a teenager, winning 1998 Model of the Year at the VH1 Fashion Awards.

In January 2010, she replaced Angelina Jolie as the face the fashion house St. John.

Elson's main passion is her music.

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Naomi Campbell lied under oath, claims former agent

Naomi Campbell's former agent, Carole White, wants the supermodel to be investigated by the Manhattan DA for possible perjury, claiming she lied under oath in an affidavit. White's company is suing Campbell for allegedly backing out of a perfume deal and stiffing her on commissions.

Campbell is countersuing, claiming White misrepresented her role in fragrance company Moodform Mission. The Post's Dareh Gregorian reports Moodform's lawyer, Daniel Bright, is now asking the judge to refer the case to the DA for possible criminal prosecution. Campbell's lawyer "unequivocally" denied the charge.

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Tom Ford tells Jean Pigozzi he's too fat for his store

Tom Ford told towering Italian investor/photographer Jean Pigozzi that he doesn't want his giant kind at his boutique. The 6-foot-4, size XXL Pigozzi relates to Ingrid Sischy in Vanity Fair's December issue that he told Ford after visiting his men's store, "Tom, I went to your shop. I couldn't buy a handkerchief. Tom said, 'You know why? I don't want big fat guys like you in my shop' . . . But I think he's making a mistake because big guys like me have the money." Pigozzi recently launched his colorful men's casual wear, LimoLand, with a boutique in the Meatpacking District.

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Monday, November 1, 2010

SMASHBOX Luminizing Primer........

Interesting.....I'd like to try this primer out.
Have any of my readers used this?

Sunday, October 31, 2010

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