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Fashion Police: Russell Brand Opts for Comfort Over Style

Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: Celebrities, News,

Russell Brand

While comedian Russell Brand is not one to stray from his goth/glam/trashy look, the newly Mr. Katy Perry recently took a daring fashion plunge in New York with this fuzzy, suede coat. It may be cozy, but I think that everyone can agree that the comfy argument still doesn't make Ugg boots okay -- the same applies to Brand's look.

If the funny guy wants people to take him seriously, perhaps he ought to take some outerwear cues from Joshua Jackson.

(Check out more questionable fashion looks here.)

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Lindsay Lohan: From A-Lister to Fur-Stealer?

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Movies, Clothing, Legal Issues, Rumors,

Lindsay Lohan in fur coatChild star-turned tabloid queen is making headlines again, though not for any upcoming movie roles. A student at New York college, Masha Markov, is suing the former teen queen for mistreatment of the former’s fur coat. Whether Lohan is accused of borrowing or pilfering the coat isn’t immediately clear.

Markov does have the fur coat (which has an estimated worth of $12,000 according to Markov’s legal counsel) in her possession. However, the lawyer claims Lohan “had the coat for several weeks” and that it now bears a tear in the lining and an unspecified stain. The coat was purportedly a gift from Markov’s grandmother.

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Keep Track of Your Kids by Their Coats

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Wearables, Google, GPS,

Bladerunner JacketThe British clothing company Bladerunner has created a coat for children that features a GPS SiRF III in its lining. Originally made for mountain climbers and other sports fanatics, the jacket operates by the use of Google Earth maps and therefore can be used worldwide. Updated every 10 minutes, the image will narrow the view down to within 4 square meters. It also features Bladerunner’s slash-resistant lining and 2 dedicated buttons for emergencies. Considering that the outerwear has a price of $500.00 and $20.00 a month for the technology, we just hope you have one of those kids that is not the first to leave his/her coat at the local playground.

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