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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber

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Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford, Cindy Crawford daughter
Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford, Cindy Crawford daughter
Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford, Cindy Crawford daughter


Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford's daughter mirrors her look when she was young. Kaia Gerber is 13 was seen wither her supermodel mom Cindy Crawford 49 shopping in Malibu. Kaia Gerber wore a denim shorts and a black off-the shoulder blouse while Cindy sports a long-sleeve white top, and a festival-inspired shorts.


Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Chinese actress seen on Elie Saab dress

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Chinese actress Tiffany Tang drew controversy after she wore a counterfeit Elie Saab gown at the 18th Shanghai International Film Festival. The gown that is in question was a light blue dress with a lace top and a free flowing skirt as shown above. It was said that the gown was part of the Elie Saab 2015 Collection. But a representative from Elie Saab said that the gown that she wore was not an Elie Saab design, but a fake dress.

Tiffany representative said that the dress was brought to her by a clothing company. One particular buyer from the said company was in charge of finding a dress for the actress, and they don't know what happened.

The clothing company is currently looking into it and has issue an apology to Tiffany and her agency for the embarrassment it has caused her.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Engadget Creepy Article Title

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Engadget is a tech blog which covers everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics. While scanning through their site I saw this article with a very inappropriate title "I smelled a little girl and I liked it?" written by Mona Lalwani. Is she really desperate for clicks that she got to use that title?

The article is interesting enough without that creepy title, which is about developing technology in utilizing scents. It's called the oPhone, which is a boat-shaped olfactory device that has protruding cylinders that emit digitized scents, making the story on tablets and gadgets more immersive since the gadget creates smells on demand.

I hope Engadget come to their senses and edit the title.