Olivia Palermo, 24, is most famous for being the villain on The Hills spinoff The City. Despite her so called evil attitude I just couldn’t stop staring at her since the moment I saw her. I am a straight female but I can definitely admire and appreciate a naturally beautiful women. That girl just has an amazing face structure, a beautiful wardrobe — sorry Whitney — and I’ve always envied her long luscious hair but now she has chopped it off! To be honest, it isn’t anything drastic like getting a Victoria Beckham bob or pulling a Britney but I can’t seem to understand why! She caught up with HollywoodLife.com at the Ports 1961 runway show on Sept. 10 and told us “it’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while. It’s a nice change.” Not that she isn’t still absolutely stunning and hair does grow but I definitely prefer her with a bit longer do’. What do you think?
Hills star Kristin Cavallari is designing her own line of shoes now, she told us at the Z Spoke by Zac Posen show at Lincoln Center last night. "I've been scrapbooking and all that stuff, just trying to do my inspiration book," she explained. “I’ve been meeting with people to have them made and everything,” she admitted, but wouldn’t name names. "I want to make it affordable, but, I mean, I love really high, high heels, so the higher the heel, the better," she said, adding that she wants the collection be sold at Nordstrom. As for its name? "Probably, you know, Kristin Cavallari."
credit - nymag.com, thanks to @FashionCrazy_ for the heads up! ~Kelli at Hills Freak
As expected, the Whitney Eve show downtown on Saturday night felt less about the accomplishments of a young designer and more about trying to figure out what angle the crews from The City were working as they trailed Whitney Port through the room. When we last saw La Port chewing on her lip and staring off into middle distance to the beat of sickeningly hip music, she was deciding whether or not to leave the figurative womb of Kelly Cutrone's People's Revolution for the more aggressively pink representation of Alison Brod. After some cunning detective work, we're guessing Brod was the answer: There was a giant boom mike suspended over her head for most of the night as she carried on energetic conversations and made introductions for Whitney, and a camera was trained on her face. What can we say? We notice things, you know? Port and Brod did throw a nice party: The models arranged themselves on a lit dais along one wall, with a bar tucked off to the left serving mint juleps, and a table of iced cake bites and tiny waffle cones piped full of brightly colored frosting. We overheard Port's City castmate, Bergdorf's buyer Samantha, up-talking with her friends ("Alexander Wang? Is fabulous?") while wearing a black Whitney Eve dress and a stark, messy topknot, the likes of which ought to be paired with a smudged smock and have paintbrushes sticking out of it. A handful of vaguely familiar, vaguely attractive dudes who could've been any one of Whitney's TV boyfriends paraded through the venue as well — one of whom actually was her current squeeze, Ben Nemtin of MTV's The Buried Life. And British personality Louise Roe, who swung by The City this past season to strike professional fear into the heart of villainess Olivia Palermo, showed up to hug and kiss Port, and also to wear a beige bowler hat. Olivia herself, obviously, was nowhere to be found, but we're sure she would've been hatless at least. That's a point for her. Port, in a fairly awkward olive satin jumpsuit that cinched around the ankles (which, in fairness, did hang well on her, perhaps because she has the figure of a model herself), maintained a very humble and pensive demeanor as she gave interviews about the clothes. She said she looked to her friends for inspiration, and modeled her line after "a girl who wants to follow her dreams, but look good doing it," which sounds like pleasant fashion code for, "I basically just tried really hard not to make it ugly." But Whitney balked when a reporter asked how it felt now that she's made it. "I'm still just trying to get my line out there, to get it seen," Port insisted. "I haven't made it yet, by any means." Then she glanced absently over at her models during the next question. "Sorry, I had to check on my models," she apologized. "They're starting to droop a bit." Aw. Wherever Kelly Cutrone may have been tonight — we didn't see her at the party while we were there — at least she taught her girl well.
This is the first I've heard mention of 'The City' or of any filming in months! This made my week and hopefully yours too : )
Kristin Cavallari attends Starbucks for Z Spoke by Zac Posen and Charlotte Ronson Spring 2011 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2011 in the The Theater at Lincoln Center on September 11, 2010 in New York City. credit - celebrity paradise, Life, zimbio ~Kelli at Hills Freak
Roxy Olin and Kristin Cavallari both attended the Jill Stuart spring 2011 fashion show this morning in New York. And, OH NO, they both wore the same dress to the same fashion show! Maybe some people didn't catch it (surely the Jill Stuart publicists who gave them the dresses didn't), but we did. Even though the dresses are slightly different — Roxy Olin wore black and Kristin Cavallari wore purple — they are the same Jill Stuart strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline and pattern. These two even shared the same bright red lips! Only the accessories set them apart; Kristin wore red shoes and carried a furry chainlink bag, and Roxy Olin wore black sandals with a leopard-print clutch. They book look great but who wore it better?
The stars were out in full force for the Jill Stuart Spring 2011 fashion show in New York City on Saturday (September 11). Kristin sat front row next to One Tree Hill actress Shantel VanSanten and socialites Dabney Mercer and Tinsley Mortimer credit - gossip center, kcavallari.com ~Kelli at Hills Freak