Friday, August 28, 2015

Beyonce sends handwritten thank you notes, whatever David Cameron wears his wife picks

Designer Rubin Singer, who's worked with Beyonce on various costume projects for the past five years, had high things to say about the singer.

Beyonce sends handwritten thank you notes, whatever David Cameron wears his wife picks

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Designer Rubin Singer, who's worked with Beyonce on various costume projects for the past five years, had high things to say about the singer and her sister Solange to Glamour.

He says of the Knowles sisters that they are, "the only celebrities that always dry clean and send clothes back in a box, with a hand-written thank you note. They are true ladies." The singer will perform Feb. 3 during halftime at the Super Bowl. In 2012, more than 111 million viewers tuned in to TV's biggest event of the year. For Beyonce, it's fitting to have an audience of that capacity. (More from Glamour)

David Cameron compares fitting rooms to jail cells

“When I go shopping my wife doesn’t allow me to look around the store at all," British Prime Minister David Cameron told the Telegraph at a shopping event in London Monday evening. After all, his wife Samantha, a creative consultant for Smythson and an official fashion ambassador for the BFC (British Fashion Council), has impeccable taste. 

However, the PM says to blame any fashion mishaps on his wife, which reminds us all of that time last November when Cameron flashed his man boobs to the world. Cameron proceeds by comparing fitting rooms to jail cells: "I am put in a changing room and things are passed to me like you would pass food to a prisoner." If you say so... (More from the Telegraph)


Esther Lee is the style editor of Philly.com. Qualms, quips, questions? Email her, here.

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