Lady Kitty Spencer, Princess Diana’s model niece, wears Dolce & Gabbana to wed billionaire Michael Lewis, 62

More than three years after turning heads at cousin Prince Harry‘s 2018 wedding to Meghan Markle, Lady Kitty Spencer has herself tied the knot. 

As the Evening Standard reports, the 30-year-old model and niece of the late Princess Diana wed billionaire Michael Lewis, 62, at Villa Aldobrandini in Frascati, Italy near Rome on Saturday after more than two years of dating. 

Lady Kitty Spencer, pictured at cousin Prince Harry’s 2018 wedding, wore Dolce & Gabbana for her own Roman nuptials. (Photo: Gareth Fuller/Pool via REUTERS)

The ceremony saw the bride, daughter of Diana’s brother Earl Charles Spencer, wear multiple

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Jean Paul Gaultier recalls couture heyday with Mick Jagger and George Michael | Entertainment News

Jean Paul Gaultier says couture fashion is “all about contracts and money” these days.

The 69-year-old designer recently returned to ready-to-wear with his eponymous fashion house after retiring his haute couture show in January 2020.

And the fashion muse has admitted his couture heyday was getting to dress music legends such as Boy George, Sir Mick Jagger and the late George Michael, when it wasn’t all about the paycheque.

He told The Guardian newspaper: “I was happy when people like Boy George and George Michael were wearing my clothes, and when Mick Jagger asked me to do his show …

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Michael Costello’s Controversies, Explained

After a week of back-to-back controversies, fashion designer Michael Costello is now in the hot seat after Chrissy Teigen threatened legal action against him.

On Friday, Teigen took to Instagram to defend herself after Costello shared screenshots that seemed to show her bullying him in 2014. Since then, Costello says, he’s suffered from “suicidal thoughts.”

Teigen wrote on June 18: “He just released a statement where he didn’t at ALL acknowledge how fake the dm’s were, & now claims to have emails that don’t exist,” referring to anachronistic design and tech features within Costello’s screenshots that would have been impossible

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Designer Maxie James Claims Chrissy Teigen Defended Her After Michael Costello Called Her N-Word


Weighing in on the cookbook author’s past anger towards Michael, Maxie shares in a new interview that it ‘stirred from the racism that [Michael] showed [her] 7 years ago’ as he allegedly called her N-word repeatedly.

Things are getting ugly for fashion designer Michael Costello. After model Leona Lewis called him out for allegedly “humiliating” her prior to a 2014 charity fashion show, fellow designer Maxie James shared more insights into Michael’s bullying accusations which he leveled at Chrissy Teigen

In an interview with theJasmineBrand, Maxie called Michael “the biggest bully of them all.”

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How Chrissy Teigen and Michael Costello’s Vicious War of Words Escalated

Chrissy Teigen and fashion designer Michael Costello have been involved in a vicious war of words over the past week, with the row escalating to accusations of doctored DMs and outright lies.

Last week, Teigen made her return to social media after the Courtney Stodden controversy. The model and television personality penned a lengthy apology and reflection on her past behavior.

Then, former Project Runway contestant Costello accused Teigen of bullying him and attempting to sabotage his career to the point where he contemplated suicide.

Costello shared DMs that were allegedly sent to him from Teigen after he was accused

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Michael Costello Called Out After Claiming Chrissy Teigen Bullied Him

Update June 18, 4:30pm CT: According to Chrissy Teigen’s team, the Instagram DMs between Michael Costello and Chrissy Teigen were photoshopped, Business Insider reported. In a statement shared on Twitter, Teigen called the screenshots “fictional” and said she has “never conspired with anyone to harm his career.” Costello has since made his Instagram account private.

Original story:

In an Instagram post on Monday, fashion designer Michael Costello said he’s lived with “a deep unhealed trauma” for the past seven years because of a public remark from Chrissy Teigen regarding a “photoshopped comment.” However, some people online claim

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