Inspiring Style: Fashion Headlines - Last Week in April
♥ The fact that Kim Kardashian was on the cover of a magazine this month doesn't seem like big news, but it is garnering a lot of attention from her fellow Armenians. Kim K. is featured on the cover of Cosmo in Turkey, which is appalling to Armenians as Genocide Remembrance Day is in the month of April (in relation to the genocide perpetrated against Armenians by Turkey during WW1).
Kim claimed that she never authorized being on the Turkey cover of Cosmo, but she also said that she just didn't know that the cover was for April. Do you think she was aware of the month of the issue or even if she actually knew about the significance of appearing on the cover? I wonder what Armenians think about her sex tape?
♥♥ Flatforms are one of those fashion trends that should seriously just go away--at least in my eyes.
I'm not really a fan of them because I don't like clothing or accessories that can't make up their mind.
These schizophrenic shoes, or flat platforms, aren't as comfy as flats and definitely aren't as cute as platforms.
Maybe I'm just hating. What do you think?
♥♥♥ Rumor or real news, Donald Trump apparently wants to run for President in 2012. Now, I'm not too certain why he feels he is qualified for the position--maybe it's because he has supermodels like Niki Taylor endorsing him (she said she would trust him with her life); or maybe it's because Celebrity Apprentice contestant, ex-actor and major looney Gary Busey told him to--I'm not quite sure.
And some people might not be a fan of the way the country is being run or was run in recent times, but I don't really think playing the Trump card is the way to go.
Do you think his hair will run for the Vice President slot? I'm really not into this--and it's partly due to the fact that he fired Mark McGrath the other week!
♥♥♥♥ Soles Worth Suing Over -- Christian Louboutin sued Yves Saint Laurent for allegedly ripping off the signature red sole shoe trademark. Louboutin's Louboutins have had the trademark red sole since the early '90s. YSL recently added a red sole to some of their pumps, and Christian is calling this infringement. CL is also suing a Brazilian shoe company for having rosette soles. Apparently, the red sole was given a registered trademark in 2008, but that leads me to ask--should designers or others be allowed to put a trademark on a color? Whose side are you on?
♥♥♥♥♥ Who is designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress? Project Runway designers from all 8 seasons have made sketches, but who will actually be the lucky lad or lass to get the rights?
Designers from the house of McQueen to Sophie Cranston have all been rumored to have the job, but the public won't actually know who has the honor until she steps out of her Rolls Royce in front of Westminster Abbey on April 29.
So since we won't know until "K-Day" we might as well just speculate. Who do you think is designing Kate's dress?
If you liked this segment then don't hesitate to check out my fashion headlines from the month of March.
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