Michael Jordans weds Yvette Prieto: Details

Michael Jordan wed his longtime girlfriend Yvette Prieto in a beautiful ceremony on Sat., April 27, 2013, at Bethesda by the Sea Episcopal Church in Palm Beach, Fla., before heading to a private golf club for the reception where they danced throughout the evening.

Here are the deets:

They partied underneath a 40,000 square foot tent with guests Tiger Woods, Patrick Ewing, Spike Lee and Ahmad Rashad, among others.

They were entertained by DJ MC Lyte, singers K'Jon, Robin Thicke and Grammy Award-winner Usher.

Prieto wore a French silk voile corseted sheer sheath gown by J'Aton Couture, in an ecru palette with accents of flesh tones, with handmade silk lace created especially for her, and enhanced with Swarovski crystals.

The pair spent their honeymoon sailing around the Greek Islands, docking on millionaires playground of Spetses, and shopping in Mykonos.

Kerry Washington is stunning at ‘Peeples’ movie premiere

Kerry Washington attended the LA premiere of Peeples in a Black and White gown from Narciso Rodriguez‘s Fall 2013 collection. She topped the look off with black and white Christian Louboutin heels and toted a Vince Camuto clutch. She had a hint of a red low light streak in her hair and wore it in a 1920′s Great Gatsby inspired hair do. We thought she was beautiful and successfully stylish in this look. We love.

Reality star Evelyn Lozada and her daughter Shaniece featured on 'rolling out's' cover

For their upcoming Mother's Day issue, reality star, Evelyn Lozada of VH1's "Basketball Wives" and her teen daughter Shaniece will cover rolling out magazine. The duo are all set for spring, Evelyn, dressed in BCBG, was styled by Jason Sky wearing the Parker 'Reef' Silk Printed Blazer complemented by matching 'Parlor' Silk Pants. The day-and-night color blocking is not a new trend, but is a new take on infusing optical prints. The "Bad" three-finger ring offers a nice touch for the badass babe.

The Met's 2013 Costume Institute Exhibit, 'PUNK'

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's spring 2013 Costume Institute exhibition, PUNK: Chaos to Couture, examines the impact of the punk movement on on high fashion. A perennial form of fashion, punk was birthed in the early 1970s, it continues to influence fashion today. The exhibition features nearly 100 designs for men and women, including original punk garments and recent, directional fashion that examines how haute couture and ready-to-wear glean from punk.

The parallel relationships: punk's "do-it-yourself" and couture's"made-to-measure" are examined, the seven galleries will be organized around the materials, techniques, and embellishments associated with the anti-establishment style. Themes include New York and London, which tell punk's origin as a story reminiscent of a tale of two cities, followed by Clothes for Heroes and four manifestations of the D.I.Y. aesthetic—HardwareBricolageGraffiti and Agitprop, and Destroy.

It's presented as an "immersive multimedia, multisensory experience, the clothes will be animated with period music videos and soundscaping audio techniques."

Bruno Mars covers 'GQ' magazine's April 2013 issue

Pop rock singer and songwriter Bruno Mars, 27, snags the April 2013 cover of GQ mag looking quite fresh.

During the interview, he talks about a constant companion, his Rottweiler Geronimo:

"That was my dream, man. I was, 'Man, I want a dog. I need a dog. A big one.' And now he has a big dog. And then they bite and ruin all your furniture and shoes and s***."

He dicussess songs from his latest album, Unorthodox Jukebox. On the meaning of "Gorilla's" lyrics, You and me, baby, making love like gorillas. 

"It was just painting a picture—some animalistic sex. Instead of me singing 'You and me having animalistic sex'—which is a terrible lyric."

On Las Vegas 2010 arrest.

"I don't know where that came from. I was really intoxicated. I was really drunk. So a lot of that is a big blur, and I try every day to forget and keep pushing."

Here's what he's sporting (clockwise):

Blazer, $3,100, and pocket square by Dior Homme. Tank top, $175 by Dolce & Gabbana. Pants, $2,015 by Balmain. Loafers, $325 by Del Toro. Sunglasses by ViennaLine. Watch by Rolex. Jewelry his own.

Blazer, $2,150, shirt, $475, tie, $425, and pants, $620 by Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane. Hat by Scha.

Blazer, $2,365, and pants, $870 by Dsquared2. T-shirt, $150 by Burberry Brit. Necklace (front) by Bing Bang. Watch by Rolex.

For more, visit gq.com.

Spring 2013 Hervé Léger by Max Azria collection

The popular bandage dresses by beloved designer Max Azria are ready to wear, literally. That's right, the body-con dresses hit the runway last fall during the September shows in New York and now it's time to rock this oh-so-sexy Hervé Léger collection – an experimentation with geometric patterns and passementerie appliqué details. A first are the flare dresses. The harnesses and corset belts make nice accent pieces. In the video, Ukranian designer Lubov Azria explains that the latest Spring collection was inspired by the quilters of Gee's Bend, Ala.

Fashionable First Ladies

First ladies are fashion influencers in their own right. Good or bad, they've topped many best-dressed lists and some of their choices are so daring they spark debate.

Here are three of the most powerful first ladies making global headlines for their fashion sense.


Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned (Photo by Reuters)

Qatar's Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser al-Missned is a habitué on Vanity Fair magazine's International Best-Dressed List. She's never caught without her national headdress, a turban. A second of three wives of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, she's seen here wearing a Stéphane Rolland cream tuxedo gown accessorized with a textured clutch and matching belt, sunglasses and diamond earrings.

Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso is the Queen Consort of King Letsie III of Lesotho. Her story matches that of Diana Spencer, who later to become known as Princess Diana (of Wales), she was a commoner when she married into royalty in 2000.  Queen 'Masenate likes to switch things up. She wears both traditional dress, with the most striking patterns, or you will catch a snap of her in a simple suit.

First lady of the U.S. Michelle Obama is following in iconic first lady Jackie O's footsteps. She's been a covergirl on Vogue magazine twice. She's responsible for the explosive careers of up-and-coming fashion designers including Jason Wu, whom she wore during both presidential inaugurations for her husband President Barack Obama. This is my favorite look. She's wearing a custom sleeveless nude gown with silver sequins by Indian designer Naeem Khan.


Stephen Burrows' Fashion Retrospective Opening at Museum of the City of New York

Pat Cleveland wearing Stephen Burrows, 1972. (Photograph by Charles Tracy)

A pioneer and iconic fashion designer Stephen Burrows, who has been dubbed one of the first African American designers to achieve international acclaim and by the New York Times as the “brightest star of American fashion” (circa 1977), will take part in the first major examination of his work titled Stephen Burrows: When Fashion Danced at the Museum of the City of New York.

A major force in the Grande Divertissement à Versailles, a revolutionary fashion charity event held in Paris in 1973 that changed the European fashion world's perspective on American designers, Burrows was a peer among America’s fashion’s elite: Halston, Anne Klein, Bill Blass, and Oscar de la Renta. The fashion quintet leveled the playing field by challenging the ruling class comprised of designers Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Ungaro, Pierre Cardin, and Hubert de Givenchy.

The exhibition chronicles Burrows’ evolution from creating eclectic looks during the 1960’s, working with retailer Henri Bendel and Studio 54, to dressing style icons like Cher, Liza Minnelli and Diana Ross during the 1970s with photographs, drawings, and original garments.

Burrows' fascination with vibrant colors, metallic, and body clinging silhouettes made his designs ideal for nightlife glamour.

It opens on March 22, 2013.

Betsey Johnson Fall 2013 Collection: 'BJ Kicks A'

Betsey and Lulu Johnson with the kids

Betsey is back! Betsey Johnson returned to Lincoln Center to show her Fall/Winter 2013 collection during New York Fashion Week.

Betsey Johnson is one to always keep you on your toes, and this season was no different. The show, themed “BJ Kicks A,” launched her active wear collection for the Fall/Winter 2013 season. Models chatting on cell phones strutted down the catwalk and lined up on pink yoga mats. Once in place, each model performed an exercise routine alongside Betsey using champagne bottles as weights and tights as resistance bands. The workout routine is a precursor to Betsey’s workout video, which will premier on her upcoming reality series, "The Betsey and Lulu Show." In addition to her active wear line, Betsey showed her new dress collection alongside other favorites categories that include footwear, outerwear, handbags, jewelry and more.

Notable attendees included Aviva Drescher, Carmen Electra, Chelsea Leyland, Cory Kennedy, J Alexander, June Ambrose, Lulu Johnson, Neon Hitch, Nigel Barker, Patricia Field, Robert Verdi and Rosanna Arquette.

Betsey Johnson started her label in 1978 and her commitment to remain true to her one-of-a-kind vision has afforded continued success in the fashion industry for more than 30 years. Starting in 2004, the Betsey Johnson label expanded as a lifestyle brand with the introduction of intimates, handbags and leather goods, footwear, watches, jewelry, eyewear, swimwear, legwear, outerwear, luggage, and fragrance.

Custo Barcelona Fall 2013 Collection: 'Beauty and the Beast'

Designer Custo Dalmau stepped out of his comfort zone with his Fall 2013 RTW Collection. And he openly shares, “It’s not for everybody.” The Custo Barcelona runway show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, held at the Stage at Lincoln Center, was titled “Beauty and the Beast.”

The designer blends various elements including earth-tone tribal and Aztec prints, plumage, patched coats, brocades, leather and lovely fur – from oversized coats and silhouettes to mod mini dresses. The outfits are paired with lace-up, vintage granny boots sans socks. The collection was not cohesive but emphatic. With it's variety, there's a statement piece for everyone.