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It's a pretty good sign that a crooner's got golden vocals if Stevie Wonder's showing up at the Bootleg Theater to groove to her tunes. And that's precisely what just happened to soulful songstress Lianne La Havas, who performed in front of Wonder — and a bevy of Lala Land fans — last week before she hopped the pond back to her native Britain, where she's already causing quite the brouhaha. And he's not the only luminary who's taken notice of the stirring sounds La Havas has going on — Christian Louboutin gives the fashion-forward gal first dibs on punchy pairs (just wait 'til you peep 'em!) and Bon Iver snatched her up last year as an opening act.
So, when La Havas offered to model her singular style for our lens, it was, well, music to our ears! Her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, drops August 7, so we suggest getting to know this melodic hottie if you want to stay ahead of the curve. Consider this your introduction.
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Oscar de la Renta, fashion designer and entrepreneur, has died at the age of 82 after a long battle with cancer, ABC News and WWD report.
The designer was born in the Dominican Republic in 1932 and rose to fame in the '60s when he dressed Jacqueline Kennedy. He went on to outfit several other first ladies, including read
Halloween is ultimately what you make of it. Some spare no expense crafting the perfect couple's costume while others play the holiday on the cheap — embracing their thrifty side with drugstore buys and repurposed clothing that they already own. If you're in the former category, Charlotte Olympia's limited edition "Trick read