Kim Kardashian visited the ghetto to deliver holiday bags filled with Ed Hardy merchandise to inner city school kids. Oh good. A celebutard who's known for having a big butt and screwing her boyfriend on camera has plenty of valuable stuff to teach future generations. It's the holidays and she's there for the kids people! Some life lessons from Kim:
# 1 - If you are doing something serious. Bangs make you look intelligent and serious. Bangs mean business.
# 2 - When in a sparkly dress that looks like it once belonged to a jiggly blonde who models Rice-A-Roni or kitchen appliances on the Price is Right... wear a coat over it. Smart people wear coats.
#3 - Bring the paparazzi so all the normal people can remember you were there.
Kim Kardashian take note, Natalie Portman’s foray into hawking shoes online has tanked. The venture, Té Casan was actually an intriguing concept. The company plucked seven unknown designers who had previous experience
at major design houses - McQueen, Versace, Westood - and had them
design a new shoe every week. Not only were the shoes well-designed,
they were well-priced, and limited edition (only 74 of each style were
made), so you could stand out in affordable heels. It might have been the limited production or frequency of the designs weighed down on the bottom line. Either way, it's pink slip time at the shoe shop.
Kim Kardashian launched a new online shoe company called ShoeDazzle.
Remember that service where you got 12 free CD’s and all you had to do
was promise to keep the annoying selections they would send you each
month while all you wanted was the free CD’s in the first place then
they threatened to send you to collections for $17.99? Yeah. Well
she’s doing that for shoes.
For over a decade, Reggie Cameron has worked behind the scenes as a publicist and marketing executive for mass market retailers, chic boutiques, and clothing lines producing fashion shows and working as a celebrity stylist.
Jumping to the other side of the press release, he provides commentary and coverage with an insider's edge.
His goal is to share with you his adventures in Vanityhood and abroad by servicing our mutual need for outlandish launches, regrettable red carpet garb, and always...wardrobe malfunctions!