Giuliana Rancic's infamous remark about Zendaya's Oscar night dreadlocks -- saying they probably smelled like "patchouli oil and weed" -- lives on.
Her former "Fashion Police" cohost George Kotsiopoulos was asked about the matter during a public appearance on Wednesday, and he took issue with Rancic's contention, made in an interview on Monday, that the line was poorly edited, saying that neither he nor former cohost Kelly Osbourne had scripted lines. [People]
Osbourne, who left the show shortly after Rancic's remark -- which she blasted at the time -- said in an interview with People magazine that Rancic had broken her heart. "Giuliana is not often wrong. She really isn't, but it's been really, really heartbreaking to see her behavior that has transpired when she did get caught being wrong," Osbourne said. "That's what broke my heart." [People]
In other fashion and style news:
Model Karlie Kloss is offering a scholarship to help girls learn code. Twenty Kode with Karlie scholarships are available for girls ages 13 to 18 to take a two-week coding course this summer at the Flatiron School, which has campuses in Manhattan and Brooklyn, N.Y. [The Cut]
Trina Turk celebrates the 20th anniversary of her eponymous label with a new collection and a pop-up at the Palmer in Palm Springs. [Los Angeles Times]