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Armani Looks Back to the Future

Giorgio Armani had three important things to say on Monday: yes, he can do colors other than grey and beige, no, he is going nowhere and no, he has not had a nose job.

The first point was made by his Spring-Summer 2016 womenswear collection, an unexpectedly colorful affair suffused by various hues of red (flame, lacquer and geranium, since you ask).

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Is He Funny? Trevor Noah Debuts as Jon Stewart Heir

South African comic Trevor Noah on Monday tried to fill some gigantic shoes, taking over as host of "The Daily Show," replacing award-winning satirist Jon Stewart.

Stewart turned the four-times-a-week show into a unique cocktail of politics, journalism and entertainment that skewered politicians, the world in general and sensationalist cable news coverage in particular.

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Heidi Klum Cajoles Boyfriend to Buy her Plastic Snail

Heidi Klum gently, but persistently cajoled her boyfriend Vito Schnabel buy her a giant plastic snail at the 7th annual Milan amfAR auction, nudging up the price of the sculpture and helping raise a Milan record of $1.6 million for the charity.

"Vito, I thought you were going to buy me the snail!" the model, who chaired the event, pleaded from stage Saturday night, as bidding heated up. A few bids later, the 29-year-old art dealer won the 3-meter (11-foot) snail by the Europe-based Cracking Art Group for 20,000 euro ($22,000). Klum, a mother of four, said she planned to put it in her garden.

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Kanye West to Perform at Festival where Crowed Rushed Stage

An Arizona music festival is set to resume for a Kanye West performance after as many as 12 people were injured when a crowd rushed a stage, officials said Sunday.

Tempe Police Sgt. Damon DeSpain said the department is working with other emergency responders and the event promoter to prevent a repeat of Saturday night at the Summer Ends Music Festival.

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Bobbi Kristina's Cause of Death Known, but Not Yet Released

The cause of Bobbi Kristina Brown's death has been determined, but the medical examiner's office won't publicly unveil autopsy results because of a court order.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner said in a statement Sunday their office is not releasing details because of a Fulton County Superior Court order to seal the results. The 22-year-old Brown died in hospice care July 26.

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From WAG to Blogger to Designer: Fashion's New Normal

Move over Victoria Beckham, there is a new WAG on the fashion block.

Winonah de Jong, wife of AC Milan's Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong, says she is realising a "little girl's dream" after making the leap from blogging about fashion to designing her own line of clothes.

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Pop Stars, World Leaders Rally to End Poverty

Some of the biggest names in music and politics from Beyonce to European prime ministers rallied Saturday in a concert aimed at mobilizing action to eradicate extreme poverty.

Before thousands of people in New York's Central Park and a far greater audience on television, the Global Citizen Festival sought to use entertainment to broaden support for new United Nations development goals.

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Chris Brown to Be Refused Visa to Tour Australia

American R&B singer Chris Brown is set to be blocked from touring Australia, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said Sunday, as the government sets up its efforts to tackle domestic violence.

Brown, who was convicted of assaulting his then-partner pop star Rihanna in 2009, was issued with a "notice of intention to consider refusal", just a day before tickets to his "One Hell of a Nite" tour were due to go on sale.

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Italy's King of Couture Has Social Media all Sewn up

Rihanna or Amal Clooney? Giambattista Valli gladly acknowledges his debt to both of them.

But the Italian has no intention of saying which of his celebrity clients has done most to raise his burgeoning reputation as the go-to designer of choice for some of the world's leading fashion icons.

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New Direction for Cavalli as Youth Takes over in Milan

Norwegian designer Peter Dundas spearheaded a youthful revolution in Milan on Saturday, laying out his new vision for Roberto Cavalli as other top brands also embraced rejuvenation.

The Cavalli collection was one of the most eagerly awaited of the week, being the first to take place without the company's eponymous founder who has ceded control to a private equity group.

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