The beautiful Cheryl Cole from UK girl band Girls Aloud was snapped going to get her vaccinations in London for her hike up Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for Comic Relief Charity. She is wearing a pair of Siwy Hannah jeans in Rainstorm, she looks really hot! I’m wondering if she’s going to be a judge again on this years X Factor (UK equivalent of American Idol) I know she is torn between staying on with Simon Cowell and the X Factor team but shes also trying for a baby. She did a fantastic job last year, I have heard that apparently Victoria Beckham might be going to judge this year! Cheryl has also been in talks with Topshop about releasing her own clothing line – I predict that would be a huge hit…maybe even bigger than the Kate Moss range. Also included below is a picture of her training for the climb.
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Taylor Momsen arrives to the ‘Gossip Girl’ set in New York City wearing Siwy jeans. It still shocks me that she’s only 15!
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Actress Isla Fisher looks so cute in her Paige Premium Denim Skyline Ankle Peg jeans. I love her whole outfit, especially that jacket, can anyone ID it? These shots were taken as she was in London going into Radio 1 to promote her new movie Confessions of a Shopaholic. Has anyone seen it yet? How many stars do you give it?
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The Diesel team looks at any occasion as a potential party (last year’s around-the-world bash to launch Diesel TV comes to mind), and on opening day of their largest store—a Fifth Avenue “mega flagship”—they brought the good times to the Black Gold runway. A trumpeter busting out jazzy renditions of Lou Reed and Nirvana hits set the stage for a collection that may have been inspired by the Roaring Twenties, but was mostly an ode to today’s street culture.
The girls played it up in coquettish, lingerie-inspired dresses, lace-up tanks with garter-belt hems, and nubby wool sweaters with faux-corset insets. In one of the final looks, Freja Beha Erichsen worked a number that echoed a factory jumpsuit, were it not for the open panels that left most of her tattoos on display. The effect was all a bit “she’s come undone”—something it seems the Diesel brand is in no danger of.