The Weeknd – Earned it

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The Weeknd decided to treat fans to an early Christmas gift tonight and share his newest offering “Earned It”.

As the artwork depicts, this love ballad is the latest cut off the upcoming “Fifty Shades of Grey” soundtrack. Available for purchase via iTunes, the record finds Abel showing off his distinct vocals and praising his significant lover, as usual. It comes just days after Abel had received The Allan Slaight Award for Canada.

Take a listen and let us know what ya think! Ladies, look for the movie, “Fifty Shades of Grey”, to hit theatres on February 13th. You feelin’ this one?

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Laina Rauma Coordinates

10919438_807239809343380_1547120896_nThese are a couple of the items I’m plopping on this Spring. This weather in LA is spoiling and confusing me ! One day it’s 70 the next it’s 50! I can’t take it! But the locals tell me it should be warming up for good! And warm weather equals less clothes! (lol) Today I came across these cute sets from Laina Rauma! I found her a few months ago and fell in love with her stuff.Her pieces are slightly eccentric but perfect if you don’t want to look like everyone else. Anyway check out her site and few pieces below. Besos!
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Still In The Fab Lane: Kimora Lee Simmons Launches New Line, KLS (PHOTOS)

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen Kimora Lee Simmons at the forefront of fashion design—until today.

The model, muse, designer, and entrepreneur has been keeping quite busy between helping students follow in her fabulous footsteps by establishing a $1 million scholarship fund and tying the knot earlier this year. Now, she’s back like she never left with the launch of her new collection, KLS Kimora Lee Simmons.

Before this, there was Baby Phat, what was once one of the most popular brands for young women. But just like Kimora is now, KLS is much more mature.

“It’s different for me. It’s, like, grown up,” she told WWD, describing some pieces from the line as having “subtlety to the sexiness.”

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The new image being portrayed in the tailored, ready-to-wear brand is less about a rebranding and more of an evolution. The evolution in clothing and in Kimora.

“I’m not the…

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