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Kim Kardashian on pregnancy style

March 29, 2013|By Susan Denley
  • Kim Kardashian attends the Topshop Topman L.A. opening party at Cecconi's in Los Angeles in February wearing leather leggings and a poufy top.
Kim Kardashian attends the Topshop Topman L.A. opening party at Cecconi's… (Todd Williamson / Invision/…)

Kim Kardashian has been finding her way when it comes to maternity style, telling People, “Either you go tight and you really show it off, or there’s the muumuu style that’s perfect for tall, skinny model types.” Since she is not the latter, she has tended to opt for tight, and one of her favorite looks is leather leggings with some kind of top, as, for instance, the feathery pouf she wore to the Topshop Topman opening party in L.A. last month. [People]

Diane von Furstenberg is resting at her home in L.A. and recovering from a broken shoulder, caused by a skiing accident in Aspen. [WWD]

After three years of modeling, Cara Delevingne is starting to find her runway-walking job to be a bit of a nightmare, she tells David Colman in Interview magazine. But she manages to sound pretty upbeat about it anyway. [Interview]

Online dating site circulated a press release on Thursday listing the top types of men in uniform women find attractive. Some aren't surprising: firefighter (No. 5), military man (No. 4), private pilots (No. 3). But the unexpected picks came at the top. Chefs came in at No. 2 and the top pick was lifeguard, the site says -- most likely because there isn't much of a uniform required and lifeguards tend to be in super shape.

Kate Blanchett has signed on to be the celebrity face of Armani fragrances for a reported $10 million, Page Six reports. [New York Post]

A collection of Hollywood photographs believed to be the most extensive in the world is due to be sold in a series of four auctions on April 6 and April 7 in New York City. [The Cut]

Sales of basketball footwear were up 14% in dollar amounts in 2012 compared with the previous year and continued to rise in January and February, our Adam Tschorn reports. [Los Angeles Times]

Target is rolling out its new stores in Canada amid some concern that prices aren't as low as they are in the U.S. [Huffington Post Canada]


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