Stormi turned 1!
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s daughter Stormi just turned one, and her birthday party was beyond extravagant. Guests entered ‘Stormiland’ through a giant inflatable Stormi face and were treated to all kinds of Stormi themed snacks. The party had theme park-like rides, a gift shop, a magical rainbow forest, and Stormi’s favourite cartoon characters IRL. The verdict is mixed as to whether such an extravagant party is necessary or even appropriate, but as my mother would say, “If you’ve got it, flaunt it,” and Kylie certainly did just that.
Gucci apologised for that ‘black-face’ jumper
It seems like the team over at Gucci took their eye off the ball, releasing a jumper that resembled black face makeup. The jumper has since been pulled from the market (both online and in-store), and the company have issued a statement to apologise, saying “we consider diversity to be a fundamental value to be fully upheld, respected, and at the forefront of every decision we make.”
Donald Trump but make it fashion…?
American singer Joy Villa showcased her political preferences on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards recently. Wearing a floor length reflective gown with barbed wire on her shoulders and spikes coming out of her head, mimicking the statue of liberty, the singer described her outfit as “the wall.” She teamed the look with a red ‘Make America Great Again’ purse. Later she changed into a white brick wall patterned gown with the phrase ‘build the wall’ written on it.
Victoria Beckham bans skins
Although Victoria Beckham’s fashion brand hasn’t been performing well lately, the designer has extended her strict no fur policy, which spans the entirety of her collection, to no exotic skins. The decision is reflective of both the brand, and ethical shoppers alike.