A year after being robbed at gunpoint in the European city, the 36-year-old reality star will skip Paris Fashion Week, her rep confirms to ET.
“She’s not going as she has work commitments,” the rep reveals.
However, not every Kardashian is skipping the annual fashion event. Kim’s sister, Kourtney, is in Paris, and has been doing some pre-Fashion Week sightseeing, sending frequent updates to her Instagram story.
This is the second Paris Fashion Week Kim has skipped in the wake of the robbery, after not attending the Spring 2017 event in February. After the scary experience, Kim took a long break from social media, only in recent months being able to return to her prolific posting ways.
In the meantime, Kim and husband Kanye West are focused on preparing for baby No. 3, which the couple is having via surrogate.
Watch the video below for more on their baby preparations.
Lohan has been keeping busy, getting back into the acting game and starring in the British Sky U.K. channel comedy Sick Note. Earlier this year, she also launched a lifestyle website called Preemium, which gives fans an exclusive look into her life, as well as provides beauty, fashion and shopping guides.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit announced on Wednesday that Christie Brinkley’s 19-year-old daughter has been named a Rookie for the 2018 issue of the iconic magazine. This makes Sailor SI Swimsuit‘s first-ever second-generation model.
It was Christie that had the privilege of surprising her youngest daughter with the exciting news while she was doing an interview as part of New York Fashion Week. Sailor almost immediately started tearing up upon hearing that she would be following in her supermodel mother’s footsteps. “I can’t even believe this is real,” she exclaimed.
Christie, 63, then declared, “You’re on your own now. You’re out of my sandy footprints and you are on your own!”
This won’t be the first time that Sailor has been featured in the magazine, though. When Christie — who appeared in the magazine eight times between 1975 and 2004 — returned to the pages of SI Swimsuit last year, she was joined by Sailor and her 31-year-old daughter, Alexa Ray Joel.
Sailor also worked with SI Swimsuit in May , when she acted as an assistant photographer for the magazine’s open casting call — and ET was behind the scenes with the multi-talented teenager. “My mom definitely raised me to look at things artistically,” she shared. “I’d love to do this professionally.”
Next up for Sailor, she’ll by jetting off to Aruba in October for her first official photo shoot as a SI Swimsuit model.
From the late, great Oscar de la Renta, to the sophisticated Carolina Herrera and the groundbreaking Manolo Blahnik, Latino designers have always had a place in fashion, contributing stunning works of arts that have been admired by many around the world. As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, which is recognized from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, ET is paying tribute to the generations of talented Hispanics minds who have enriched the creative arts.
Here are nine inspiring Latino designers who are currently slaying the fashion world!
The Chilean-born designer is celebrating her label Zero + Maria Cornejo’s 20th anniversary this year. Known for her simplicity and minimalism, Cornejo’s designs evoke an ease and freedom that she’s perfected since opening her atelier and store, Zero, in 1998. Cornejo’s designs feature sculptural silhouettes, long and minimal draped dress, coats and skirts, with a neutral palate and bold colors, mixed with elegant and simple prints — and a love for black and white.
Cornejo’s resume includes designing for Fiorucci and working as a creative consultant for major retailers such as Joseph, Tehen and Jigsaw. She’s also been part of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) since 2003 and is an original member of the CFDA Sustainability Committee. The fashion designer has also been fortunate enough to dress First Lady Michelle Obama, Tilda Swinton, Sanaa Lathan, Marisa Tomei and many other A-listers.
The Cuban-American designer, who hails from Miami, is one half of Proenza Schouler. Hernandez began honing his craft by studying fashion at Parsons School of Design in New York where he met Jack McCollough — in 2002, the pair worked on their thesis collection together. Their creations were bought entirely by Barneys New York, thus creating Proenza Schouler. The following year, the duo won the 2003 Swarovski award for Ready to Wear at the CFDA Awards and have since earned the 2009 Accessory Designer of the Year award and the Womenswear Designer of the Year award in 2007, 2011 and 2013. The label is best known for its unique proportions, funky silhouettes, detailing and youthful patterns.
Selena Gomez, Sasha Lane, Chloe Sevigny and Sienna Miller are just among the handful of fashion queens that have worn Hernandez’s designs.
Isabel Toledo is a Cuban-born designer who moved to New York at a young age and trained at Fashion Institute of Technology and Parsons School of Design in New York. She presented her first collection in 1985 and has since collaborated with her husband, Ruben Toledo, on special one-of-a-kind looks. Isabel designs feature exuberant prints, bold colors and classic feminine silhouettes.
In 2014, Toledo was nominated for a Tony Award in the Best Costume Design in a Musical category for her work in After Midnight and also designed a plus-size line for Lane Bryant. Some of Toledo’s greatest professional moments include designing a yellow wool lace shift dress with matching overcoat which then-First Lady Michelle Obama wore to her husband’s first inauguration.
The Spanish-born designer is the founder of Custo Barcelona, created in 1996. His creations are known for being full of fun and flirty graphics, mixed prints, colors of all sorts and bright materials and fabrics. One of Dalmau’s aims has always been to have people recognize and identify his designs without having to see the label. Initially only designing printed tops and t-shirts inspired by the looks of Californian surfers, he went on to create a full range of women and men’s clothing lines, as well as accessories and shoes.
Dalmau’s flirty and fresh style has caught the eyes of many fashion insiders, including Jennifer Lopez, who recently wore his colorful creations in her “Ni Tu Ni Yo” music video. His latest 2018 Spring collection was shown this month at New York Fashion Week and featured an array of tropical and earthy tones mixed with fabrics of all types.
Ángel Sánchez has a way of making women feel empowered and beautiful in his gorgeous gowns. The designer began his career in Caracas, Venezuela, in the ’90s, first studying architecture before deciding to embark on a career in fashion. Sánchez is known for his elegant and ethereal feminine designs, which feature exotic structures, as well as traditional and classic looks. He also enjoys experimenting with various textures and fabrics, combining different materials to create one-of-a-kind ensembles. He recently expanded into a bridal collection that is every bit as stunning as his previous work.
Devoted celeb fans include Eva Longoria, who wore his gowns to the 2005 Emmys, Lupita Nyong’o, Diane Guerrero and Diane Lane.
The Ecuadorian-born designer isn’t afraid to take risks with her Ready-to-Wear and Evening collections, commanding elegance through sexy and strong silhouettes, bold and rich colors and classic lines. Cadena takes risks with complex embroidery, hand beading and cutout gowns that show just the right amount of skin.
Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Underwood and Hailey Baldwin are among the celebs who have wowed in Cadena’s designs — and who can forget Camila Alves’ stunning pale pink cape dress at the 2015 Oscars?
The Puerto Rican designer is known for her lush, embellished, detailed designs and her artisan handwork. Nolasco prides herself on her delicate beading, hand-stitching and ornate fabrics that evoke her native country’s unique aesthetic. The designer was chosen to participate in the fashion program at SACI School of Art in Italy and has shown her stunning collections at Fashion Weeks in Paris and New York.
Nolasco, whose home was affected by the recent hurricane, continues to design custom-made evening wear for clients and has previously had Beyonce, Eva Longoria and Dascha Polanco wear her designs.
Rafael Cennamo credits his Venezuelan and Italian heritage as inspiration for his eye-catching, elaborate and elegant ensembles. Since creating his label in 2006, Cennamo has caught the attention of many celebrities, including Julianne Hough, Jada Pinkett Smith and Katy Perry, who have all worn his designs on the red carpets. The Venezuelan-born designer is known for using bold colors, edgy structures and shapes.
Among his most recognized designs is the stunning over-the-top burgundy gown Carrie Underwood wore during her performance at the 44th annual Academy Of Country Music Awards.
Johana Hernandez is the founder of GLAUDI, a Los Angeles-based fashion company that specializes in haute couture dresses and bridal gowns. The designer’s passion for fashion began at a young age after her parents, Jose and Gladis Hernandez, moved to the U.S. from El Salvador and worked in sweat jobs. At the age of 19, Hernandez got her first job as a head designer. At 22, she took on that same role at Seven7 Jeans and has since designed for Isaac Mizrahi Jeans, Eli Tahari, Hannah Montana license, Disney license and more.
Now with GLAUDI, Hernandez is focused on creating unique and memorable gowns to make all types of women feel beautiful and confident. Among the celebrities who have donned Hernandez’s designs include Mexican singers Paulina Rubio, Gloria Trevi and Lucero.
Selena Quintanilla is a Latina icon who, during her short but hugely successful career, left a mark in the music, beauty and fashion industries. The Mexican-American singer loved to take risks with her outfits, showing just enough skin with her famous bustiers and crop tops, and always looking perfectly done up with her famous red pout.
It’s no wonder that over the years Selena has inspired many other artists to take some looks and make them their own.
Here are nine celebs who have borrowed the late singer’s looks.
Ariana Grande may be known for wearing over-sized sweatshirts and jackets, but Selena did it first back in 1994, a year after the “Side to Side” singer was born!
Not only is Gomez named after Selena, she also loves to take fashion and beauty tips from the Queen of Tejano. Both Selenas rock the loose wavy hair and red lips look perfectly!
Becky G wore jean overalls with a white tee to honor the singer on the anniversary of her death.
“Selena is one of my biggest inspirations. Beyond just her music, her way of being with her family and fans was so special and so relatable,” she wrote in 2015 on Instagram. “Every show, interview, and song had something special. Something Selena. Thankful for the path she had created for young women like myself to be ourselves.”
When she was 11, she even appeared on the Univision show Sabado Gigante and imitated Selena, outfit and everything!
Beyonce may slay all day in her sparkly jumpsuits — Jennifer Lopez can also rock them — but nothing can top Quintanilla’s burgundy bell bottom one-piece with the front cutout. That piece is one of the late singer’s most iconic looks.
The Modern Family star emulated Selena’s 1994 GRAMMY look with her red lips and strapless white gown, which also featured pointy corners at the 2014 Emmy Awards.
Known for her risqué bustiers, many stars have copied Selena’s look, including Katy Perry who also donned a bejeweled bra at the 2009 V Festival.
The Orange Is the New Black star is a huge Selena fan, and her look at the Viva Broadway event earlier this month channeled the Queen of Tex-Mex’s Entre a Mi Mundo album cover. Both rocked red lips and black-and-white striped sleeves.
During the Louis Vuitton fashion show at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, on Tuesday, a model made Stranger Things fans even more stoked for the upcoming season premiere by strutting her stuff down the runway in a graphic T-shirt displaying the faces of the Netflix series’ stars, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp and Finn Wolfhard.
The model wore the vintage-inspired piece over a sheer, floral blouse, which was styled with light pink pants and sneakers. She certainly turned heads as photographers snapped the chic look from all angles!
And plenty of A-listers were on hand to see the moment go down in person. Ruth Negga, Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Cate Blanchett, and Alicia Vikander were all seated front row.
Interestingly enough, the fashion house’s creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, is a Stranger Things fan himself. He actually teased that the collaboration was coming last September!
“Such a fun day and exciting project coming up thanks to all of you guys,” he captioned a selfie of himself posing with Matarazzo, McLaughlin and Millie Bobby Brown.
Stranger Things returns to Netflix on Oct. 27. As we patiently wait to binge watch the all-new season, watch the video below to hear what the Duffer Brothers teased about what’s to come in the upside down while chatting with ET!
“It was great [co-hosting]. I felt really famous that day,” the 45-year-old actor explained. “It was a bit awkward because Taylor Swift and I had to present an award. We were walking through the crowd and obviously, there was a little beef between Taylor and Kanye. I didn’t know any of this. But I was there! And I was, like, ‘Oh, this is awks.'”
Ahead of the all-new season of Stranger Things streaming on Netflix later this month, Millie Bobby Brown modeled in聽a new聽photo shoot for聽InStyle magazine’s November issue. Naturally, she was聽upside down.
Photographed by Anthony Maule, the 13-year-old actress, who portrays Eleven in the series, wore聽a cascading, light pink Valentino Haute Couture dress for one of the most stunning shots in the series.
“Modeling is very close to my heart,” she explains聽in the accompanying feature. “I feel like just taking pictures is amazing. You’ll feel if you did a good job in that shoot — or if you feel like you haven’t, then you haven’t. But some pictures turn out to be iconic, and it means so much.”
But what fans wouldn’t know from seeing this聽photo is the fact that everything she wears — whether it聽be for a photo shoot or red carpet! — has to go through “every person on my team” first.
“It has to go through my mum first,” she adorably explains. “If she approves, it’ll go to my agents, and then, obviously, the last stop is my dad — and if he doesn’t like it, then I’m not wearing it. It’s as simple as that.”
And despite being front and center in the spotlight, Brown says聽she’s actually quite grounded when it comes to handling her newfound fame.
“You know, I鈥檓 just a 13-year-old, like any other 13-year-old,” she notes. ‘So, I just plan on living my life and take it step-by-step.”
Brown also teases what’s to come when Stranger Things returns to the streaming service on Oct. 27.
“It鈥檚 a lot darker and more emotional and emotionally challenging for me,” she reveals. “Ten times more than the first season. Everything is explained!”
Busy Philipps and Michelle Williams have shown us over and over how much they truly love each other as BFFs, but it wasn’t until their hotel room shenanigans at Paris Fashion Week that we got to see how strong their trust in one another is.
On her Instagram Story earlier this week, Philipps’ dyed her friend’s hair pink, as they both laughed, smiled — and sipped wine.
Isla Fisher was also in attendance, rocking a black, one-shouldered dress that featured a sparkly collar. She and Clooney mingled with guests during the swanky event, at one point posing for pics together.