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Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Kim Kardashian Sees Herself in Scott Disick’s Pricey Chrome-Plated Car

Kim Kardashian is at peace in Scott Disick’s new ride.
If Kim Kardashian has been looking for the perfect car for her lifestyle, looks like she's found it in this Audi R8, a coupe covered in mirror-like chrome, which means she can see herself the second she steps in front of it. Genius!
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But, alas, the luxury vehicle the reality star tweeted a photo of on Wednesday wasn't actually hers. It actually belongs to her sister Kourtney's boyfriend and baby daddy Scott Disick. "Who needs a mirror when I'm driving @scottdisick's car?" Kim posted to her Twitter account along with the pic, which features her behind the wheel flashing a peace sign.
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Highlights from New York’s First Frieze Art Fair

It was a huge weekend for contemporary art in New York this past weekend. With countless nightly openings from Wednesday through Sunday, elaborate brunches, lunches in Greenwich, Connecticut with the Brants, dinners piled on top of dinners, and enough parties to fill a two-month calendar, it was a trip to say the least.
And then there were the fairs: Both the New Art Dealer’s Alliance (NADA) and the Frieze Art Fair presented their first NYC editions. At NADA, over 60 international galleries from 24 cities representing 11 countries were on hand to present work ranging from the mixed media sculptures of Jesse Greenberg to the mirror paintings of Tony Matelli.

Frieze, which took place on Randall’s Island, saw a staggering temporary complex erected—they needed all the space they could get, what with the over 180 galleries setting up shop. Among the highlights: the video-heavy booth featuring work from Adrian Piper, hosted by New York-based gallery Elizabeth Dee, and the bright, bold, and graphic images from emerging photographer Thomas Dozol, which made for an impressive display at New York’s Jack Hanley Gallery. Another young talent to watch is Ben Schumacher, whose mixed media paintings at Bortolami Gallery showed hints of a much-celebrated future. His use of epoxy, netting, and spray paint confuses the eye; You want to assume some sort of digital process has been employed to create the work, but as Bortolami director Christine Messineo assured us, it is indeed all analog. We also really enjoyed his clever signature (pictured, above left).
Darren Bader’s typical whimsy shone at Andrew Kreps, where the artist (whose recent solo show at PS1 was met with great reviews) showed a French horn of plenty (of sorts), filled with guacamole and offered with either blue or plain tortilla chips for dipping. At Wallspace, Harry Dodge documented a rigorous studio practice culminating in ephemeral sculptures, as seen in the artist’s photos.
Salon 94′s showing of the hot young photographer David Benjamin Sherry was a hit with collectors. Riding high after a well-received sprawling solo show at the gallery’s two downtown locations on and around the Bowery, the artist’s photographs of the desert (including actual sand from the various locations) were snatched up like wildfire (pictured, right). The same was true of Greg Parma Smith, whose delightful work at the booth of Balice Hertling, Paris sold out on the first day.
Insiders are already surmising that these two fairs will give The Armory, New York’s once reigning fair, a run for its money, and it was easy to see why this weekend. We are looking forward to a bright future for both.

Fresh Face | Elizabeth Ferrara Twaits by Olucapri | Nice for Walpaper

SleeplessRemi Rebillard captures new face Elizabeth Ferrara Twaits (Prodigy Model Management) in an unpublished series titled, Sleepless. Discovered only a few weeks ago, the blonde beauty shows off her potential in a glam, nighttime inspired shoot with styling by Kulli Kogamagi and beauty by Davide Calcinai

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2012 MET BALL RED CARPET | With Beyonce emerging at the Red Carpet in Givenchy

The buzziest, Most fashion-y red carpet of the year!

When it comes to style on the red carpet, the 2012 Met Gala (a.k.a. The Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala) is akin to the Super Bowl: the fashion industry's biggest players are out in their full glory. The attendants (celebrities, designers and industry big shots) are the brightest in the star stratosphere, and the fashion is often jaw-dropping. We love the glitzy gala because the celebrities take chances: they throw caution to the wind and any notion of modesty goes out the window.
In past years we've seen Sarah Jessica Parker arrive in full tartan plaid on the arm of the late, great Alexander McQueen, Rihanna in head-to-toe black lace with a red braid that called to mind "The Little Mermaid," and who could forget Beyonce's skin tight wiggle dress, courtesy of Emilio Pucci (how did she even move in that?).
This year's gala, titled "Impossible Conversations," is a tribute to the influence of late designer Elsa Schiaparelli on Miuccia Prada. Herewith, tk celebrities whose looks were impossibly gorgeous.
See all the Met Gala arrivals at HuffPost Style along with our picks for Met Gala worst-dressed.
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Beyonce emerged at the red carpet in the sheerest of Givenchy and the red carpet’s a wrap. So far we’re loving: Anna Wintour’s Prada-designed homage to Schiaparelli’s lobster dress; Prom king and queen Tom Brady and Gisele (Gisele was also in Givenchy and suffering from a mild case of Angelina’s right leg); Emma Stone who looked like magic tinsel in Lanvin;

Camilla Belle in Ralph Lauren because, just, damn; and Lena Dunham with Hamish Bowles made for our favorite couple of the night. Also basically everyone who wore Prada and Rooney Mara in Givenchy.
Long list I ain't writing all but the pictures are here for you
Whose look are you loving?



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