Duke, duchess of Cambridge and Prince George arrive in New Zealand

The duke and duchess of Cambridge arrived in New Zealand on Monday with baby Prince George, his nanny, a hairdresser, personal assistants and security in tow. The Duchess wore a red coat by Catherine Walker with matching pillbox hat by Gina Foster as the group deplaned in Wellington. The royal couple later participated in a traditional Maori greeting ceremony that involved rubbing noses with Maori elders, among other rituals. [Telegraph, People]

Taylor Swift may have lost out to George Strait for the entertainer of the year award at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, but she looked adorable doing it. She was dressed in a white crop top with cutouts at the shoulder and a long black maxi-skirt as she bopped along to the music from the audience and made a presentation on stage. [Perez Hilton]

Gloria Steinheim received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the fifth annual DVF Awards co-hosted Friday night at the U.N. by the DVF Awards' co-founders, fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg and publishing powerhouse Tina Brown. [The Cut]

David Beckham, who has lines of underwear and swimwear with H&M;, is considering starting a sportswear collection, WWD reports. [WWD]

The looks that celebrities will wear to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which starts on Friday, might not be as random as you might imagine. Some of the attendees are being paid to wear certain looks or represent certain brands, the New York Daily News reports. For instance, the Daily News reports, Lea Michele is to receive $20,000 from Lacoste and Vanessa Hudgens $15,000 from McDonald's to attend the event. [New York Daily News]

James Franco directed a video promoting eyewear for Gucci. [WWD]


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