Selena Gomez found the pressure of being fashionable 'overwhelming' but is more comfortable with her style nowadays.
Selena Gomez used to think fashion was ''overwhelming''.
The 'Come & Get It' hitmaker - who became a child star aged 10 - revealed she would get ''stressed'' and feel swamped with decisions when choosing her outfits but admitted she has learned to enjoy the ''puzzle'' part of dressing up.
Selena, 23, confessed: ''It's very addicting. I have to admit, at first, it was really overwhelming and I would get stressed about putting things together. Now, it's like trying to figure out a puzzle piece, and I love that ... There are so many things that I don't even know and would love to discover more about.''
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The former Louis Vuitton CEO, Yves Carcell, passed away aged 66 after being diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2013.
Former Louis Vuitton CEO Yves Carcelle has died aged 66.
The fashion director passed away after being diagnosed with a rare type of kidney cancer in 2013, according to WWD.
Yves was the CEO at Louis Vuitton up until 2012, after spending 23 years with the brand. He was highly regarded in the fashion industry and was generally praised for incorporating eyewear and fine jewellery categories in to the French fashion house.
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French fashion house Louis Vuitton will open up its first pop-up shop in London over Fashion Week in September.
Louis Vuitton will open its first pop-up shop.
The French fashion house has revealed plans to set up the temporary retail space at London's Dover Street Market.
The shop will display a select number of pieces from designer Nicolas Ghesquiere's debut autumn/winter 2014 collection in addition to items from the runway show, including shoes, jewellery and sunglasses.
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Nicolas Ghesquière needs to make the brand more exclusive.
The appointment of Nicolas Ghesquière as the new artistic director of Louis Vuitton - following the departure of Marc Jacobs - appears to be a masterstroke from bosses at the fashion house. Ghesquière - announced as the new head creative week - is the man responsible for turning Balenciaga in the hottest brand in French fashion though he'll have a vastly different job at Vuitton.
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"The Maison Louis Vuitton is thrilled to welcome Nicolas Ghesquière, one of today's greatest talents," read a statement. "He will bring a modern creative vision to the House's women's collections, building on the values of refinement, savoir faire and extreme quality which are at the heart of the Louis Vuitton Maison since 1854."
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The rocker is featured in a new ad campaign promoting the French fashion brand Louis Vuitton, and he'll also star in a short film sponsored by Lv, which will premiere on the company's website next month (07Nov13).
The film, titled L'Invitation Au Voyage, stars model Arizona Muse. It was directed by M.I.A.'s video director pal Romain Gavras.
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Louis Vuitton has revealed it will host an exhibition of Tom Craig and Bay Garnett's most iconic images in association with the Vogue Festival.
Louis Vuitton is hosting an exhibition of Vogue photography.
The fashion house - spearheaded by creative director Marc Jacobs - will stage a special display of Tom Craig and Bay Garnett's most iconic images at the label's Bond Street store private apartment next month, in association with the Vogue Festival.
The exhibition, called All Four Corners, showcases photographs of a mixture of actresses and models, including the likes of Rachel Weisz and Stella Tennant.
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Among the early year's hubbub over the numerous film award ceremonies, the design awards can often be left in the shadow of their more publicised counterparts. However, the Design Museum's 2013 Designs of the Year is one of the most exciting awards of the year. It draws together some of the most influential and originative objects and creations. It includes seven categories, including Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Furniture, Graphics, Product and Transport.
Design is not just about aesthetics, but about practicality. Good design marries good sense with good looks. The Design Museum's long list is a lengthy one, with 22 nominations in the 'Product' category, and 17 for 'Architecture', but all of this shows what a great year it is for design. Anyway, without further ado, here are some of the best in the list.
A Room for London, an old boat perched atop the Queen Elizabeth Hall is irresistibly charming. The unexpected sight is one that draws a smile, while being tied internally to art and literature. Cleveland's MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) is both environmentally and fiscally sustainable. With sharp edges and distinct asymmetry it is well placed in the 21st century, but its reflective surfaces mean it blends in well with its surroundings.
Lady Gaga has shaved a section of her hair off in tribute to her photographer friend Terry Richardson's late mother.
Lady GaGa has shaved her head as a tribute to her friend's late mother.
The 'Born This Way' singer unveiled her dramatic new hairdo on twitter last night (11.09.12), explaining it was to honour her close friend Terry Richardson's mum Annie Lomax, who passed away yesterday aged 74.
The eccentric pop star posted a photograph of the back of her head on the social network, revealing a large shaved section at the bottom, along with a caption which references her new track 'Princess D.I.E', a tribute to the late Princess Diana.
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Lady Gaga has reinvented her image once again and has unveiled a new brunette hair style.
Lady GaGa has gone brunette.
The 26-year-old singer shocked the world by debuting her demure new image yesterday (20.08.12), revealing on twitter her new shade of ''Louis Vuitton brown''.
Gaga posted a series of tweets with pictures of her new chestnut-colored locks and explained why she had made the decision to ditch her trademark blonde locks.
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Supermodel Kate Moss has nearly tripled her assets in the last year to £12 million.
Kate Moss' assets have increased to £12 million in last year.
The 38-year-old supermodel almost tripled her assets in the last 12 months with her company Skate LLP triple its income from £2.4 million in 2010 to £7.8âmillion by the end of October 2011.
Another company, Tilly Church Ltd, reported a financial increase from £2.1âmillion to £4.5âmillion.
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