#SocialGathering: Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.'s It-Girl Brand Staud; A Louis Vuitton x Supreme Coffin Exists

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The first daughter also selected pieces by fast-fashion kingpin Zara to meet with Congress on tax reform.

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.'s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she conservative and high-brow, wearing only luxe labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera, or is she an edgy style leader still living out what her mother's book calls a "punk phase"? After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake, Insta-famous brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

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Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high-rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troubled brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on a deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

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Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

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Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

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A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck that's exclusive to the New York store.

 

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#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

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Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

Ivanka Trump Wears L.A.’s It-Girl Brand

First daughter Ivanka Trump continues to puzzle America with her fashion choices. Is she high-brow, wearing only labels like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrare, or is she trying to resuscitate her eponymous line? The answer may be neither, as the first daughter has turned to Instagram it-girls for fashion inspo. After wearing Zara twice in the same week, Trump wore Sarah Staudinger’s namesake brand, Staud. Recently picked up by Net-a-Porter, the brand boasts some of the most innovative handbag designs, and has everyone from Man Repller’s Leandra Medine to Alexa Chung wearing it. Ivanka Trump wore Staud’s “Kiku” taffeta-trimmed stretch-ponte turtleneck top, $195, on Hannity, where she discussed dealing with personal attacks and the tax code

 

A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) on

Ivanka Trump wore Zara's double-breasted checked blazer, $129, with high rise trousers, $69.90, to meet with members of Congress to discuss tax reform, instead of wearing her troublesome brand, or high-end designer pieces. Intentional signaling? You be the judge. 

Eva Chen Tries L.A.’s Hottest Workout Class

Instagram’s Eva Chen tried Busy Phillips and Judy Greer’s favorite workout, LEKFit. Founder Lauren Kleban hosts the trampoline dance class in a converted garage in Hancock Park. LEKFit classes notoriously difficult, but Eva Chen quite hilariously pulled through. 

 

A post shared by Eva Chen (@evachen212) on

A Supreme x Louis Vuitton-painted Coffin Exists

A photo surfaced on social media of pallbearers removing a coffin, painted to resemble the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration. While it is unclear if it’s real or a hoax, the entire matter is in poor taste. 

In happier Supreme news, Sant Ambroeus, fashion's favorite NYC eatery, collaborated with the skate brand on an deck, exclusive to the New York store.

 

A post shared by Alireza (@alirezanyc) on

#WatchHungerStop

Michael Kors’ #WatchHungerStop campaign is still going strong. For every post using the hashtag, the brand will donate 50 meals to the WFP.

 

A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

 

A post shared by Michael Kors (@michaelkors) on

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.

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