The Fashionista's News Guide September 22 2011!

The Fashionista's News Guide September 22 2011!

Fashion News:  
D&G Brand makes its final appearance at Milan Fashion Week.

Today's Milan Fashion Week D&G Runway show will be the last for the brand. The designers announced that they would be folding D&G back into the original line 'to give more strength and energy to our collections.'  

D&G is the sister brand of Dolce&Gabanna and in it's four year life span was known for it's younger, more urban and edgy designs.




Celebrity News: 
P Diddy enters writing /book world with photography book about Women's Booty.

In weird celebrity news, Sean P Diddy Combs teamed up with photographer Raphael Mazzuco and record producer Jimmy Lovine to create a coffee table book celebrating the beauty of the well endowed rear end. 

The book is a compilation of photographs of the rear end of beautiful women from around the world. The book titled Culo by Mazzucco is now available for pre-order on Amazon and will be available in stores on November 2nd.


'Keeping Up With The Kardashian's' reality star Scott Dissick confronts his Haters on new CW Show!

Kourtney Kardashian's beau and her son's father Scott Dissick has worked his way into a lot of people's most hated reality TV star list because of his rude and arrogant demeanor he displays on the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashian' TV show. 

In a new CW TV show hosted by Mario Lopez, Scott gets the chance to confront one of his "haters" to try and change their perception of him, but fails miserably as his ego takes over. Take a look at a clip from the show below.





Music News: 
Iconic Rock Band R.E.M Announces Split!

Iconic Rock Band R.E.M announced the end of their music legacy via their official website yesterday. 

The band who gave us classic hits like "Losing My Religion" and "Out of Time" has been making great music together for over 3 decades. 'It's the end of the world as we know it.'



Current Events:
Mark Zuckberg announces sweeping Facebook changes at F8 Conference held today.
"Facebook has unveiled sweeping changes to its website – including partnerships with major music and film companies – in a bid to transform the world's biggest social network into a key entertainment hub... Mark Zuckerberg  the founder of Facebook, on Thursday announced new partnerships with Spotify, Netflix, the Guardian and other media companies as he said that 800 million people worldwide now use the social network.
...As part of the changes announced on Thursday, Facebook users will be able to automatically share activity such as viewing, listening and reading in a live "ticker" stream, once they have opted in to the feature. The new stream will be separate from the existing Facebook news feed, although popular items – such as the most frequently played songs among friends – will appear in the column.

..."We are making it so you can connect to anything you want. Now you don't have to like a book, you can just read a book," Zuckerberg said. "You don't have to like a movie; you can just watch a movie."...Facebook unveiled sweeping changes to users' profile pages, including an online scrapbook, dubbed Timeline, which Zuckerberg said will "help you tell the story of your life"." Full Article 


According to Zuckerberg, Timeline will start Beta testing immediately and users will see the new changes roll out over next few weeks.


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8 comments:

  1. gayle15:35

    P Diddy is ridiculous!

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  2. hoooo I'm so getting that book.

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  3. Jenna15:36

    Nooo I loved REM music.

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  4. Scott is a douche!

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  5. Penni18:33

    This is a book for guys clearly. Reducing women to their body parts.

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  6. Reese16:00

    Did he seriously call them peasants, someone needs to set him straight.

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  7. Lisa16:01

    The auto play vid is annoying makes me dislike Scott even more.

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  8. Oyan16:02

    I feel sorry for this guy and the Kardashians for thinking they're so relevant, I pity the fools who watch or buy their shit.

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