Style Notes: Khloe Kardashian's Pregnancy Teased on 'KUWTK'; Olivia Wilde's "Impeach" Sweater
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Khloe Kardashian's Pregnancy Announcement to Air on KUWTK [Twitter]
Khloe Kardashian finally confirmed her pregnancy with boyfriend Tristan Thompson on Wednesday, taking to Instagram to unveil her growing baby bump. "My greatest dream realized!" she captioned. "We are having a baby!" Following her announcement, a fan on Twitter asked Kardashian if her pregnancy announcement will be captured on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, to which she responded, "Yes! It all happened during production so yes! Super cool to have that documented."
Olivia Wilde Wears "Impeach" Holiday Sweater [People]
Olivia Wilde's disdain for Donald Trump is no secret; she joined Mark Ruffalo and Michael Moore in August to protest outside Trump Tower in New York City, where she led a chant, shouting, "Stand up for justice! Stand up for America! Trump is not a legitimate president! Trump is not America!" The actress is continuing her fight against Trump, stepping out on Wednesday in an ugly Christmas "Impeach" sweater featuring the White House, Russian Matryoshka dolls and tiny Trump heads. The sweater — designed by March On, a group of leaders from the Women's March — is available for $50 here. Or, you can make a $24 donation to March On's Fight Back PAC, and a card will be sent to the president in your name wishing him a Merry Christmas and a short-lived presidency.
Letters Live Partners With Net-a-Porter, Mr Porter [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Letters Live, a series of live performance events that celebrate the enduring power of literary correspondence, is partnering with Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter for its first-ever public performance in the U.S. The event will be held at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in DTLA on Feb. 26 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Letters Live has previously selected letters written by the likes of David Bowie, Marge Simpson, Abraham Lincoln and more, pairing them with performances by actors like Benedict Cumberbatch, Gillian Anderson and Ian McKellen, among others. Tickets are priced from $50 to $200 (more info here), and all profits from ticket sales will be split and donated to Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization 826LA and Women for Women International.