Michael Kors outlet designer was born to a Jewish family in Long Island

In 1959, Michael Kors outlet designer was born to a Jewish family in Long Island, whose original name was Karl Anderson, JR, Joan Hamburger Anderson Kors Krystosek a young man, his mother was a model. When he was five years old, his mother remarried Bill Kors, and changed his name to Michael Kors. At this point, he has been with his cute little face for some companies to start the ad, his mother therefore hope the son of a bright show future. But his sons love of clothing found in the process of shopping with Mom often.


 


The 10yearold when he store it in the basement of the Iron Butterfly began selling homemade batik printing Tshirts and leather vests. In 1978, he began working at FIT. After leaving there, he landed at Lothars the work of a designer and michael kors bags sales, where he began to hone interpersonal skills and upper class people, such as singers Diana Ross and Barbra Streisand. In this, he also learned what clothing women want most. 1981, Bergdorf Goodman learned that there is such a young talent, under an order, this is the beginning of Michael Kors brand.


 


The Michael Kors bags mannequins strong support, but he did not jump to Donna and Calvin Klein kind of throne. In the early 1990s, he suddenly popular, his small business into a big business. But his Italian designer quit in 1993 when he was forced to go bankrupt. Grunge Wind big scraped, bring his brand Ganlin, they glow with vitality. With established practice, the luxury of Michael Kors best casual clothing in the 1970s and star power in a humorous manner fusion, and reached a the hippie new peak. He also attracted the attention of the French youth Michael Kors luxury goods group. LVMH received michael kors sale let him do those famous but antiquated fur as well as Celine garments. However, Michael Kors and Celine is actually very proportionate design studio after two seasons, is impressed by the design for the Americans, he signed a fiveyear contract. LVMH also bought a Michael Kors onethird of the shares of the business.


 


In 2000, the michael kors bags 2013 company opened at Madison Square flagship store. The perfume Michael is also released at the same time. Is also the year he won the CFDA Women Awards. Michael Coles to leave in October 2003, Celine, and began to focus on his own brand. His menswear brand in the market in 2002. In addition to the Michael Kors fashion show series brand, Michael Kors Michael Korss 2004 establishment of the two subbrand of MICHAEL Michael Kors and KORS Michael Kors. KORS Michael Kors the midrange series between the fashion show series and MICHAEL Michael Kors. Michael kors bags outlet series of products including female handbags, shoes, and clothing line. KORS products, shoes and jeans. Currently, Michael Kors, to open boutiques than Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, Miami, Atlanta, Charlotte, San Diego, Costa Mesa and other places in the United States in New York City.


 

Beyonce Gives Rare Glimpse of Pregnant Belly in Upcoming Documentary

Beyonce is baring all in her upcoming HBO documentary. The usually private "Love on Top" singer released the trailer for the still-unnamed special on Monday, and although the 25-second clip is brief, it does give a glimpse of what fans can expect come February 16: lots of behind-the-scenes action … including a shot of her pregnant belly!


"I always battle with, 'How much do I reveal about myself?'" Beyonce, 31, says in a voiceover. "If I'm scared, be scared, allow it. Release it." As she speaks, images flash onscreen of the singer sitting in a bathroom with no makeup, hugging husband Jay-Z at a party, and getting hounded by fans on the street.


According to HBO, the documentary, which was directed by Beyonce, will feature lots of confessional interviews that were shot on her own personal laptop, in addition to childhood videos before she became a superstar as part of Destiny's Child.


It was first reported in August that Beyonce was shopping around the footage, although it seemed the project was going to be a theatrical release a la Katy Perry's "Part of Me" or Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never." Perhaps the disappointing box office returns on Perry's film — which only pulled in $7 million in its first weekend of release — swayed Beyonce to cable?


Regardless, the world will be seeing a lot more of Beyonce in the new year. She's set to be the halftime entertainment at the Super Bowl on February 3, just 10 days before the documentary airs.

Celebrities Bring Back the Pompadour


The saying goes that when it comes to clothing and hairstyles, everything trendy eventually comes back into fashion. That's certainly true of the pompadour hairstyle, which, more than 250 years after it originally became popular, is having another moment. Jenny McCarthy was the latest star to rock the look as she walked the red carpet at the 2012 American Music Awards on Sunday, but she's far from the first to try out the trend, even in this decade. Celebrities such as One Direction's Zayn Malik, Rihanna, Ashlee Simpson, Alicia Keys, and Justin Bieber have all tried out the retro style that somehow manages to be totally modern. Bruno Mars and Janelle Monae regularly don the 'do, as does Pink, who caused a stir when she and Miley Cyrus both wore similar pompadour hairstyles for the 2012 MTV VMAs in September. So it's official: the pompadour is back! Again.


The pompadour originated in the mid-1700s, when a mistress of France's King Louis XV, Madame de Pompadour, began sporting it. "From there, it has moved on to generation and generation and now every decade a few celebrities are always bringing the pompadour back and putting their own twist on its original style," celebrity hairstylist Jose Eber, whose clients have included Elizabeth Taylor, Cher, and Julia Roberts, tells omg!. In more modern times, it's a young Elvis Presley who was best known for his pompadour — so much so that in July Time magazine included the King's poufy coif on its list of the 10 most iconic hairstyles of all time.


Of course, there are variations in the way Elvis, James Dean, Dita Von Teese, Gwen Stefani, and others have worn the look. But what all proper pompadours have in common — whether in the '50s or today — is that the hair is swept up from the face and worn high over the forehead. According to Raphael Reboh — a hairstylist who's worked with Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, and Claudia Schiffer — the style says the wearer "has edge, she is not afraid to take risks and she is comfortable sporting a classic style and making it her own. The pompadour is not an easy style to pull off for the faint of heart. You have to sport it with confidence!"


Still, non-celebs can pull off the dramatic 'do without making a trip to the salon. No, really! "It's simple," says celeb beauty expert Tai Young, who's worked with Vivica A. Fox, Common, and Queen Latifah. "Just part the hair in a section at the top, tease it a little, pull into a ponytail and tuck the teased hair in a slight ramp shape with bobby pins," Young explains, adding that tresses that have not been freshly washed work best. "The higher your pomp, the bolder you are!"


And when it comes to choosing a wardrobe to go with your big hair, try not to overthink it, because the pompadour works with almost anything. "It could be funky pants, a dress, a suit, it could be anything," Eber says. "Honestly, I am not a (clothing) stylist, but I do know that the person who is wearing the pompadour — trust me, they will know exactly what to wear and what not to wear."

Barack Obama wins election for second term as president

President Barack Obama handily defeated Gov. Mitt Romney and won himself a second term on Tuesday after a bitter and historically expensive race that was primarily fought in just a handful of battleground states. Obama beat Romney after nabbing almost every one of the 12 crucial battleground states.


The Romney campaign's last-ditch attempt to put blue-leaning Midwestern swing states in play failed as Obama's Midwestern firewall sent the president back to the White House for four more years. Obama picked up the swing states of New Hampshire, Michigan, New Mexico, Iowa, Virginia, Wisconsin, Colorado, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Ohio. Of the swing states, Romney picked up only North Carolina. Florida is still too close to call, but even if Romney wins the state, Obama still beat him in the Electoral College vote. The popular vote will most likely be narrower than the president's decisive Electoral College victory.


In a sweeping victory speech early Wednesday morning, Obama thanked every American who voted, and vowed to work with leaders from both parties to tackle the country's challenges.


"Our economy is recovering, a decade of war is ending, a long campaign is now over," he told a crowd of cheering supporters in Chicago. "And whether I earned your vote or not, I have listened to you, I have learned from you and you have made me a better president." Obama added he has "never been more hopeful about America. ... We're not as divided as our politics suggest. We remain more than a collection of blue states and red states."


In his speech, he offered clues to the policy goals of his second term, which included a deficit reduction plan that combines tax increases with spending cuts, a comprehensive overhaul of the nation's federal immigration laws and tax reform. He called on Republicans to join him in achieving those goals.


The battle for the White House between Obama and Romney divided the nation, causing, at times, bitter disputes between the parties. Obama urged his supporters to look beyond the fight of the past several months and defended the process of choosing a president.


"I know that political campaigns can sometimes seem small, even  silly," Obama said. "And that provides plenty of fodder for the cynics who tell us  that politics is nothing more than a contest of evils or the domain of  special interests. If you ever get the chance to talk to folks who  turned out to our rallies and along the rope lines of high school gyms,  or saw folks working late at campaign office or some tiny county a long way from home, you'll discover something else."


Romney conceded in Boston in a speech around 1 a.m. ET. "Like so many of you, Paul [Ryan] and I have left everything on the field. We have given our all to this campaign," Romney said. "I so wish that I had been able to fulfill your hopes to lead your country in another direction. But the nation chose another leader." Romney congratulated the president and his campaign on their victory.


The Obama victory marks an end to a years-long campaign that saw historic advertisement spending levels, countless rallies and speeches, and three much-watched debates.


The Romney campaign cast the election as a referendum on Obama's economic policies, frequently comparing him to former President Jimmy Carter and asking voters the Reagan-esque question of whether they are better off than they were four years ago. But the Obama campaign pushed back, blanketing key states such as Ohio early on with ads painting him as a multimillionaire more concerned with profits than people. The Obama campaign also aggressively attacked Romney on reproductive rights issues, tying Romney to a handful of Republican candidates who made controversial comments about rape and abortion.


The ads were one reason Romney faced a steep likeability problem for most of the race, until his expert performance at the first presidential debate in Denver in October. After that debate, and a near universal panning of Obama's performance, Romney caught up with Obama in national polls, and almost closed his favorability gap with the president. In polls, voters consistently gave him an edge over Obama on who would handle the economy better and create more jobs, even as they rated Obama higher on caring about the middle class.


But the president's Midwestern firewall—and the campaign's impressive grassroots operation—carried him through. Ohio tends to vote a bit more Republican than the nation as a whole, but Obama was able to stave off that trend and hold an edge there over Romney, perhaps due to the president's support of the auto bailout three years ago. Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, all but moved to Ohio in the last weeks of the campaign, trying and ultimately failing to erase Obama's lead there.


A shrinking electoral battleground this year meant that only 12 states were really seen as in play, and both candidates spent most of their time and money there. Though national polls showed the two candidates in a dead heat, Obama consistently held a lead in the states that mattered. That, and his campaign's much-touted get-out-the-vote efforts and overall ground game, may be what pushed Obama over the finish line.


Now, Obama heads back to office facing what will most likely be bitterly partisan negotiations over whether the Bush tax cuts should expire. The House will still be majority Republican, with Democrats maintaining their majority in the Senate.


The loss may provoke some soul searching in the Republican Party. This election was seen as a prime opportunity to unseat Obama, as polls showed Americans were unhappy with a sluggish economy, sky-high unemployment and a health care reform bill that remained widely unpopular. Romney took hardline positions on immigration, federal spending and taxes during the long Republican primary when he faced multiple challenges from the right. He later shifted to the center in tone on many of those issues, but it's possible the primary painted him into a too-conservative corner to appeal to moderates during the general election. The candidate also at times seemed unable to effectively counter Democratic attacks on his business experience and personal wealth.


"In the coming weeks and months I am looking forward to reaching out to leaders of both parties," Obama said.


He won't have much time to fulfill that promise. With tax hikes looming and a sequestration deal that will make enormous , automatic cuts in government funding, Congress and the White House must move quickly to find a compromise and put Obama's high-minded rhetoric into action.