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Fashion House Sorry for Using Hoffman Wake in PR

Valentino sent an email bragging that Amy Adams was carrying one of its bags

(Newser) - The fashion house Valentino has apologized for boasting in an email blast to journalists that one of their pricey bags was carried by Amy Adams as she stepped from a car at the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman. Much was made of the promotional email sent yesterday, complete with two... More »

Anne Hathaway Sorry About Nipple-Baring Oscar Dress

She was originally supposed to wear Valentino

(Newser) - Anne Hathaway's nipples got so much attention at the Oscars that they now have their own Twitter account —but Hathaway wasn't even supposed to be wearing the Prada dress that showcased them so well. She had originally chosen a Valentino dress, and Valentino even put out a... More »

Anne Hathaway Gets Married

Actress weds beau of 4 years Adam Shulman

(Newser) - Once better known for her romantic misfires, Anne Hathaway has officially settled down: The 29-year-old Catwoman yesterday married actor and jewelry designer Adam Shulman, 31, before 100 guests on California's Big Sur, reports People . The couple had been together four years, and got engaged last November. "I'm... More »

Give These Gifts and Get Lucky

Presents for the materialistic lady in your life

(Newser) - If you're out to win the heart of a woman impressed with pricey baubles and bubbles, Esquire has just the gift guide for you. Ask Santa to help you pay for:
  • La Perla Signature Collection: A $242 bra may seem outrageous, but it's hand-embroidered and Italian.
  • Christian Louboutin heels: The
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Not Priceless: Palin's $2500 RNC Jacket

VP nominee has secret stylists

(Newser) - Sarah Palin has attracted notice for her designer glasses and highlights, but the New York Post is more interested in the $2,500 silk Valentino jacket she wore during the Republican National Convention —and the secret team of stylists it reports dress her for campaign events. "They do... More »

Valentino Bids Fashion Farewell

Designer's swan song marks end of an era

(Newser) - With one last parade of models in languid, lipstick-red gowns, the Italian couturier Valentino Garavani unveiled his final collection last night. “It’s a happy collection,” Valentino told the crowd. “It’s not a collection with tears in between.” But the departure of Valentino, who dressed... More »

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