Following the huge success of Material Girl, her juniors label for Macy's, Madonna and Iconix Brand Group have announced they're launching a global lifestyle brand for women. Titled "Truth or Dare by Madonna," the fashion and accessory line will target customers ages 27-50 who possess a "timeless style and an innate sex appeal."
Time to get Hooked, our bite-sized roundup of fashion-drenched music news. Today we've got Adele getting respect from Cosmo, JT getting offered another movie role and Nicole Scherzinger talking about her overdue album on the cover of Vegas.
Lady Gaga is a larger-than-life artist, so her latest magazine cover -- a visually striking, 5x7 foot edition of Visionaire -- likely won't shock anyone. But the price tag, ranging from $375 to $1,500, might keep it off the oversized coffee tables of most budget-conscious Monsters out there.
Gwen Stefani and Heidi Klum revealed just how diverse Halloween can be with two very different costumes over the holiday weekend. While Gwen opted to create a fairytale in a Cinderella gown, Heidi donned a dark look fitting for the spookiest graveyard. On Saturday, Klum celebrated all things fright with her 12th Annual Halloween party in Las Vegas at the TAO Nightclub in the Venetian Hotel. The fun and funky ?uestlove of The Roots got into the spirit as special guest deejay, wearing "the guy in the generic tee" costume.
Look no further than pop music's biggest stars for costume inspiration this Halloween. Lady Gaga? The streets will already be covered in Mother Monster, so why not mix it up this year and mimic some of the better known looks ranging from cartoonish (LMFAO, Nicki Minaj) to wild and weird (Ke$ha, Rihanna) to class personified (Beyonce). Here's a handy guide to the best looks for Halloween!
Monday's can be a bit drab, but you can always count on Nicki Minaj to liven things up. The "Moment for Life" rapper wants to jazz up your nails with her new nail polish line, a six-piece collection by the masters over at O.P.I. Named after hit tracks off "Pink Friday," including the glittering colors include "Metal 4 Life," (a super chic silver hue) "Fly," "Save Me," "Did It On'em," "Super Bass Shatter," and "Pink Friday," (my least favorite, a steroid induced shade of pink).
Britney Spears is all kinds of naughty in her new "Criminal" video. The steamy new vid spotlights two sides of the pop princess: sweet naive flower, and S&M diva that robs convenient stores and steams up showers on her spare time. The two very different looks take form in this saucy film as a delicate lace number and a bondage leather outfit. Check out my picks on how to go from a high-society maiden to a badass biker chick whose best friend is her leather jacket. Which side of Britney will you be channeling?