Victoria Beckham's Run in With a Knock-off, Chloe Moretz Lands Two Covers, and More!
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Even the best of us can be fooled. Victoria Beckham took to Twitter to share her excitement over trying the hottest of all the pastries, the Cronut. (That's a croissant-doughnut for all you non-foodies out there.) Unfortunately, Beckham was a victim of fraud, as Cronut creator, Dominique Ansel, so kindly pointed out via Twitter. If Beckham was duped by a knock-off, the rest of us don't stand a chance. [Fashionista]
What did you do at 16? Get a driver license? Pshh that's nothing. Chloe Grace Moretz landed two magazine covers at the ripe old age of 16. This October, Moretz graces the cover of both Seventeen and W Magazine. Now how's that for the high school resume? [HuffPo Style]
Gwyneth Paltrow apparently dislikes Vanity Fair. Like a lot. In a recent story, Paltrow was apparently emailing friends about her dislike for the mag and asking them to refrain from providing the glossy with quotes or comments about her. Note to self: next time we're around Gwyn, don't mention Vanity Fair. Got it. [Refinery 29]
You could be the new owner of Kim Kardashian's old engagement ring. Lucky you! Rumors are a-buzzing that Kardashian's engagement ring from her 72-day long marriage to Kris Humphries might be going up on the Christie's Jewel's auction block. The 16.21 carat ring is estimated at $300,000-$500,000. Worth it, right? [HuffPo]
Apparently, if you spill something on your skirt, you can sue the designer. An Australian woman spilled champagne on her new $1,660 Prada skirt while at her 40th birthday party. After taking the skirt to the dry cleaners and having it fail to be removed, she decided to sue Prada. The best part? She won. [Styleite]