Ryan Lochte Will Cover NYFW For E!
And this, kids, is how you transition careers. First, our own Ryan Lochte was an Olympic swimmer, then he became a monarch’s BFF, and now he’ll be the host of E! News for Fashion Week! Look out for Lochte at Joseph Abboud’s show tonight and others throughout the week. We’re taking bets on how long before grillz hit the mainstream again! (Via Styleite)
Snooki and Lorenzo Take People
And the Jersey Shore mama decided it’d be cute to pimp out her youngin’ in sparkly Italian-flag booties. It’s going to be a long road ahead for you, Lorenzo. A very long road. (Via People)
Kanye West Drops Snippet of “Clique”...
With his “clique.” Big Sean and Jay-Z make cameos on West’s latest Hit Boy produced track, which chimes in at an oh-so-lengthy 30 seconds. No word yet on when we’ll hear the full leak…Friday, we’re guessing. Like it so far? (Via Hypetrak)
Michelle Obama Shines In Speech, Twitter Talks About Tracy Reese Dress
FLOTUS shined on the DNC stage last night, telling America that her husband has strong moral values, a serious work ethic, and a big heart. She asked Americans to open the doors for others, no matter how wealthy they become, and promised that America would continue to be the world’s greatest country. And then Twitter just blew up…with comments about how shimmery, sparkly and beautiful Ms. Obama’s custom Tracy Reese dress was. #FAIL. Biggest win, however, is that twice as many people engaged with social media around Ms. Obama’s DNC speech than Ms. Romney’s RNC speech.
Woman Sues Forever 21 For Pinching Pennies
So here’s the deal: A woman in Florida is suing Forever 21 after being cheated of a FULL refund. Apparently, Carolyn Kellman returned black shorts worth $14.46 to the mega-retailer but was only given $14.45 at the teller. Later, she returned a $11.57 skirt to Froever, only to receive $11.56 back. Pennies are important, people! So she’s got a $15,000 class action lawsuit out to get all the other cheated women their dollars back! There’s a heavy price to pay when it comes to fairness, y’all. (Via Huffington Post)