Spice Girls sing at Olympics. Kids enjoy HollyRod event.
The Spice Girls did indeed reunite to perform in the Olympics closing ceremonies on Sunday. They looked much more sophisticated than they did in the 1990s. Gone, for instance, were Emma “Baby” Bunton’s pigtails. Victoria “Posh” Beckham wore a short-in-front black dress, Gerri “Ginger” Halliwell a red dress with Union Jack detailing, Melanie “Sporty” Chisholm a white pants outfit and Melanie “Scary” Brown a bedazzled catsuit. [Styleite]
Stars from the worlds of sports, film and television flocked to Culver City Studios on Sunday for the annual “My Brother Charlie” Family Fun Festival fundraiser for the HollyRod Foundation. The foundation, established by former quarterback Rodney Peete and his wife, actress Holly Robinson Peete, provides support to families affected by autism or Parkinson’s disease. Trampolines, basketball hoops, a dunk tank, food booths and face painting kept kids like Rocco Reynolds, posing here with mom Jillian Barberie Reynolds, entertained. [Society News LA]
Fashion’s Night Out, the annual Vogue-sponsored evening of special events and promotions designed to stimulate shopping, is coming up in cities including New York and Los Angeles on Sept. 6. The initiative’s website went live Monday and will be updated as events are added.
Spanx plans to open its first stores in October in three shopping malls: Tysons Corner Center in Virginia, Garden State Plaza in New Jersey, and King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania. [WWD]
New York Magazine’s the Cut fashion blog introduced a redesigned site on Monday.
It included news that Louis Vuitton premiered a new ad campaign starring Olymic gold medalist Michael Phelps, shot in a bathtub by Annie Leibovitz. [The Cut]
Miley Cyrus chopped her hair into an edgy pixie Sunday night and tweeted the process. [People]