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Topic - Lauren Katherine Conrad
Katie Holmes, greeting well-wishers in a black leather blazer and gold beaded heels, became the latest celebrity to take a serious stab at fashion with her Holmes & Yang preview at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday.
Katie Holmes greeted well-wishers in a black leather blazer and gold beaded heels as she became the latest celebrity to take a serious stab at fashion with her Holmes & Yang preview at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday.
First there were feathers, then the "Hunger Games" braid took over. Now there's a new hair trend just as easy to embrace - coloring strands with craft-store chalk. No stylist, no complicated instructions, no great expense.
"The Hills," the landmark reality soap that cemented Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag and their pals as tabloid superstarlets, died Tuesday at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. It was 4.
Conrad announced Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013, that she is engaged to musician William Tell.