Jason Derulo says he's not gonna make you look stupid in a jacket that turns into a backpack ... that's how good his fashion game is.
The singer was in the mood to talk up his new fashion line -- LVL XIII -- when he was out in NYC Wednesday ... and he's adamant his apparel -- set to launch at Bloomingdale's -- is the future of luxury clothing.
Jason's putting in work like a true entrepreneur ... check out what else he's got in store.
Ivanka Trump's company is crushing some of its competition so badly, she's now facing a lawsuit from one of the companies on the losing end.
Modern Appealing Clothing thinks President Trump's daughter is getting an "unfair" boost in sales -- allegedly several hundred percent -- based on the fact she's now the First Daughter. The company points to huge public spectacles like Kellyanne Conway's February appearance on FOX News, where she gave a shout-out to Ivanka's clothing line.
In docs, obtained by TMZ, the company says even the prez is "exploiting the power and prestige of the White House" simply to help his daughter's company make a few bucks.
Modern Appealing filed a class action lawsuit, demanding Ivanka's company stop using her political ties to improve her bottom line.
Nordstrom famously pulled Ivanka's shoes, citing lagging sales numbers -- but Modern Appealing Clothing seems to think she's doing just fine. Too fine, in fact.
Kim Kardashian's pretty transparent these days ... quite literally, actually.
The reality star showed off some serious skin in this see-through lace gown while filming a cameo in "Ocean's 8" in downtown L.A. Serena Williams and Sports Illustrated model Kelly Rohrbach also rocked some fancy threads for their cameos.
It's interesting ... the flick's about a jewelry heist targeting celebs.
Vanessa Grimaldi trolled the hell out of 'Bachelor' fans by posing with a bunch of wedding dresses ... but we've learned it was all business -- and NOT Nick Viall business.
Vanessa, one of the last 3 women standing this season, posed for a photo at Le Chateau in Montreal with creative coordinator Holly Wiancko -- and more importantly -- racks full of wedding and bridesmaids dresses.
Naturally, many fans thought Vanessa had just spoiled the final rose ceremony ... that she was already prepping to be Mrs. Viall. Well, you can stop searching for their wedding registry.
Sources connected to Le Chateau tell us the shop invited Vanessa -- who's from Montreal -- to check out their new line and to talk about a partnership once 'Bachelor' wraps. We're told she didn't try on anything from the bridal section.
Of course, they'd welcome her back ... IF her relationship status changes soon.
Dr. Martens is ready for combat over its iconic boots, which were jacked by Steve Madden ... according to a new lawsuit.
Martens' parent company says the proof of the rip-off is right there in the footprint of 4 Madden boot designs -- the McBeth, Macen, JPlayy and JFunn. In docs, the good Doc says Madden's soles, undersoles and heel loops are way too similar to theirs ... and cause marketplace confusion.
Martens wants Madden to quit selling the knockoffs, and hand over millions of dollars in damages.
Kellyanne Conway shouldn't be crucified for getting casual in the Oval Office ... at least according to the designer of the couch on which she knelt.
Interior designer Kenneth Blasingame -- who styled George W. Bush's Oval Office -- tells TMZ he's nowhere near offended Kellyanne put her pumps all over his old boss' couch ... and neither should anyone else.
Blasingame says while he considers the space "sacred," it doesn't mean Kellyanne isn't entitled to an informal moment there ... since there's been plenty in its long history.
Funny thing though ... Kenneth tells us Bush ran a tight ship when it came to visitors in his Oval Office -- i.e. no blue jeans, and suit jacket required.
But, when it comes to Kellyanne's faux pas in front of reps from HBCU ... BFD.