Its a date!!!

Victoria's Secret will open its first UK store, on London's Bond Street, on July 25. The following day will see the launch of the brand's Westfield Stratford store, just in time for the Olympic opening ceremony on July 27. The Angels will almost certainly be in town en masse for the launch - with even new mother Alessandra Ambrosio hoping to be there. 


He may be a juror at the Cannes Film Festival now, but designer Jean Paul Gaultier has revealed that there was a time when he couldn't even get in to the prestigious event.
"I have been refused at the Festival de Cannes," he told the Today show. "Yes! First time, I was in a tuxedo but with shorts. Black. And second time I was with a kilt with tuxedo. Refused again. But the third time, I came with Madonna - I was in bed with Madonna... she was like my passport, so I got through it." 
The weekend saw the most star-packed events so far - including Giorgio Armani and Sean Penn's charity ball in aid of Haiti. Diane Kruger, Cheryl Cole, Gemma Arterton, Natasha Poly, Petra Nemcova, Sean Penn, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Douglas Booth, Gerard Butler, Naomi Watts,  Jane Fonda, Bernice Bejo, Ewan McGregor and Lily Cole all stepped out in their couture finest to celebrate cinema's biggest achievements.

New store?

Victoria has plans to open her first standalone store in London.
"People say, 'Am I going to have my own store?' I would love to," she said. "That's what I'm working on at the moment. It would probably be in London, but in the not-too-distant future maybe it will be Hong Kong. Who knows?"
She says that she has her sights set on expansion in the eastern markets, as well as in the UK and the US.
"What I do really is not just focus on the US or England," she toldCNN. "I mean there are a lot of territories that are really big for me and Asia is very exciting. I'm just scratching the surface at the moment. I want take baby steps with this business; I don't want to run before I can walk."

Shes not on the list?

 Kate Moss is not to be included in a Walk of Fame built in her home town, Croydon, may have come as a shock - but you can change that by voting for her. The supermodel, unarguably the town's best-known export, is currently not included in the 10 shortlisted names compiled by civic leaders.


Croydon councillors are planning a new town centre pathway, featuring a "portrait bench" with three life-sized effigies of local characters chosen by residents who best represent "their culture and history". Current shortlisted names include comedian Ronnie Corbett, composer Samuel Coleridge and actor Dave Prowse who played Darth Vader

Visit to show Kate your support.

Fords move!

Tom ford has sold his home in London's Mayfair for an undisclosed sum.
Ford, who also owns properties in New York, Los Angeles and New Mexico but spends most of his time in London, bought the 8,222 square-foot Georgian townhouse in 2004 for £5.75 million. Three years ago, the Sunday Times reports, he placed it back on the market - presumably improved markedly by his taste and attention to design detail for £45 million, but failed to find a buyer.
He has since been spotted house hunting in South Kensington.

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