August 1 2014

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Madonna’s Ex-Trainer Lashes Out; MJ To Be Immortalized In Fragrance, And More…


“I think we all know when a celebrity is going to do something that is in an industry that they’re not in, they’re just doing an endorsement. But I think that you wouldn’t want to go to a man who plays a doctor on TV to get prescribed something, would you?” —Personal trainer Tracy Anderson on former client Madonna’s decision to launch her own chain of Hard Candy gyms. Nope, she’s not bitter or anything. [Daily Mail]

Looks like Marilyn Monroe won’t be the only dead celebrity inspiring a new fragrance this year. Julian Rouas Paris is set to launch a perfume duo in homage to the late King of Pop, called Jackson’s Tribute for men and Jackson’s Legend for women. Both scents have been licensed by Michael’s always-willing-to-capitalize-on-his-children’s-success father, Joe. [Independent]

It’s been all about the guys here at as we move from Milan to Paris for the continuation of the menswear shows. But in Germany, where Berlin fashion week is under way, the women have taken over the catwalk, and there are already some, er, interesting beauty looks to discuss. Case in point: At A.F. Vandevorst, the hair team pulled a Margiela circa Fall 2009, showing back-as-front tresses on the runway. [Ok! Magazine UK]

Gwen Stefani is just one new addition to L’Oréal’s wide-reaching roster of celebrity faces. Last night, Eddie Murphy’s daughter Bria was named spokesperson for L’Oréal-owned Dark & Lovely, the leading hair relaxer brand for women of color. [WWD]

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