Britney Spears in the costume that popped open in the back during one of the early performances of her new Las Vegas residency, "Britney: Piece of Me," at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
(Denise Truscello / December 29, 2013)
Britney Spears kept right on singing and dancing through a wardrobe malfunction during one of the early performances of her Las Vegas residency, which began Dec. 27. The back of her costume popped open but was repaired by backup dancers without Spears' missing a beat. [Huffington Post]
Former Secretary of State and presumed presidential contender Hillary Clinton debuted a new set of bangs when she attended New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's inauguration on Wednesday. [The Cut]
Model Gisele Bundchen has been named to the board of directors of the Rainforest Alliance, a nonprofit that works to sustain biodiversity by working with people whose livelihoods depend on the land, the organization announced via news release on Thursday.
The Duchess of Cambridge was named the United Kingdom's top beauty icon for the third year in a row in a poll of British women. [Daily Mail]
A suit Orson Welles wore in the final scene of "Citizen Kane" sold at auction for $110,000, our Adam Tschorn reports. [Los Angeles Times]
Hussein Chalayan has been hired to design Vionnet's demi-couture line. [WWD]
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