Sarah Palin's Army reservist son Track, 22, has married his high school sweetheart, Britta Hanson, 21, in a small ceremony in Hatcher Pass, Alaska, and it seems to have been a much more low-key event than the recent royal wedding across the pond. Photos released by the Palins on Thursday show the bride and groom and both sets of parents in jeans, corsages and boutonnieres, with Hanson holding a bouquet of red and white flowers. They are standing outdoors, snowy mountains in the background. The couple reportedly plan to have a larger celebration sometime next winter.
More details are out now about Tamera Mowry's fairy-tale wedding to Fox News correspondent Adam Housley (that's the couple, pre-wedding at this year's NAACP Image Awards) over the weekend. Mowry wore a strapless Carolina Herrera gown with a long trailing veil, diamond earrings and a canary-and-white diamond necklace by Erica Courtney. Her nine bridesmaids -- including twin sister Tia -- were in blush gowns, each cut differently. (This is an idea I really like; each young woman was able to wear her own most flattering style.) Then Mowry changed into Dolce & Gabbana for the reception dinner, and again into Herve Leger for the after-dinner dancing. Um, no word on whether Housley changed clothes!
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana hosted a cocktail party for A.C. Milan in their Milan, Italy, men’s store here Thursday night to celebrate the soccer team's 18th national championship. The party also introduced a book called “Milan Fashion Soccer Players Portraits,” filled with black-and-white studio portraits of the players taken by photographer Marco Falcetta.
Louis Vuitton's upcoming ad campaign for fall 2011 has the usual beautiful models, but also has vintage cars and really cute dogs. Something for everyone!
It was only a matter of time: Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney Kardashian are collaborating on a nail polish collection with Nicole by OPI. The shades will capture the "glitz and glam" of Planet Kardashian, says Kim.
Abercrombie & Fitch opened a flagship on Paris' fabled Champs Elysee. And it wouldn't be Abercrombie if there wasn't a lot of flesh on display -- in this case with a passel of bare-chested and hunky male models.
A lacy white Dolce & Gabbana frock is popping up on magazine covers all over the world. Constance Jablonski wore it in February on the cover of Spanish Vogue, and this month on the cover of Greek Vogue. In April, the dress was worn by different models on the covers of Vogue Paris and German Vogue. Apparently fashion is the same everywhere. Or something.