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2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards
The 2nd annual iHeartRadio Music Awards broadcasted Sunday March 29 on NBC, and saw a number of returning celebrities from last year, as well as new faces, musical performances, and the award ceremeony. Below is a coverage report including the show’s highlights, photographs, and some personal commentary.
Celebrity attendance at the show was comprised of award nominees and music guests as well as appearances by big name artists such as Nick Jonas, Boy George, and the new face of Madonna’s Material Girl, Zendaya.
In a new art installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California, fashion designers Bernhard Willhelm and Jutta Kraus challenge what we think we know about fashion. Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger is an installation that features Willhelm’s Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection as well as a hodgepodge of video, photography, and objects selected by Wilhelm himself. The artist states that his exhibit is a response to art, fashion, and consumerism in the 21st century as well as a prediction of the fashion in the 22nd century.
Now that it is officially spring, you can shrug off the bulky layers and sweaters for a more relaxed look.
It seems that this spring is all about rocking 70s fashion!
lamented Peter Dundas, the creative director of Emilio Pucci, filled his spring line with 70s throwbacks like flares, peasant blouses, and a vintage palette of purple, turquoise, and rust. Breezy silhouettes and fun patterned prints are great for hitting up a local flea market or comfortably relaxing with a good book.
The answer is…sneakers.
This year New York fashion week collided with All Star Weekend bringing sneaker personalities, fashion editors, and of course sports media all together.
Sneakers are getting recognition on the runways lately and fashion brands are moving towards working with more athletic footwear companies. John Elliot + Co featured Nike LeBron 12s in his show at NYFW, proving that sneakers are still relevant in the fashion scene.
You don’t have to be an athletic to rock the latest kicks either. Athletic footwear brands are taking a turn towards more lifestyle based shoes for people that are lo
Nothing says old Hollywood glamour like the Oscars!
Since the very first Academy Awards in 1929, starletts have been gracing the red carpet and showing off their style and taste in exquisute gowns. With the 2015 Oscars Awards Ceremony having just passed we wanted to take a look at some of the most stunning styles of the past as well as acknowledge the current trends of this year’s winner.
Take a look!