Following the fashion statement week that put Kylie Jenner in headlines during Coachella, the youngest Jenner star graced the Met Gala in New York City in a lavishly embellished Balmain dress that took the attention of the press.
According to E! News, Jenner not only dressed up in Balmain's nude illusion floor-length dress but she also rocked a chin-length bob cut that added more grace to her strut at the red carpet. As for accessories, she opted for Lorraine Schwartz's jewels, to match those of her clan's jewelry collection.
The family's momager, Kris Jenner, told the outlet that her daughter was feeling "nervous" about her debut and expressed her concerns to her mother before the event kicked off. "She goes, 'Mom, the dress is tight. How am I supposed to get up the stairs?'" Kris said. In the end, the rising star was able to get across the red carpet and gave cameras a good view of her outfit. more >>
Following Donald Trump's declaration last week that transgender people should be allowed to use the restroom of their choosing, Caitlyn Jenner revealed during TIME's 100 Gala that she was indeed able to use a ladies bathroom at the Trump Tower.
According to People, the reality TV star said during her speech in New York City, "Last week Donald Trump said I could use any bathroom I wanted in the Trump Tower. So of course I veered right in there - took care of myself."
The TIME's 100 honoree added that there should be no worries about her use of the ladies bathroom since she obeyed all the rules. "I promise you, I didn't throw any feminine products down the toilet. And it actually worked out quite well. It was very good," she said. more >>
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said Thursday that he is alright with transgender individuals using whatever restroom or changing room they feel is appropriate and criticized North Carolina's recently passed transgender bathroom law.
During a town hall-style event in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center hosted by NBC's "Today" show, the billionaire real estate mogul was asked about his position on transgender bathroom rights and the recently passed North Carolina law that prohibits local governments from forcing businesses to open women's bathrooms to men who identify as female.
"Leave it the way it is. North Carolina, what they're going through with all the business that's leaving, all of the strife — and this is on both sides. Leave it the way it is," Trump argued. more >>
NEW YORK (Reuters) — Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton scored sweeping victories in nominating contests in their home state of New York, and immediately cited them in arguing they are all but unstoppable as their respective parties' presidential nominees.
Trump's crushing defeat of Ted Cruz in Tuesday's primary election tilted the energy in the Republican race back to the front-runner, just as Republican National Committee members begin meeting in Florida on Wednesday to discuss their July convention, where the nominee will be chosen.
For the Democratic favourite, Clinton's more narrow victory over Bernie Sanders snapped a string of victories by the 74-year-old democratic socialist and gave her a much-needed lift with more tough fights ahead. more >>
While campaigning for her mother in New York on Sunday, Chelsea Clinton told a room full of potential voters that the woman's right to abort her child is "at the core of our human rights."
The 36-year-old daughter of Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton spoke to a room of a about 100 people in Poughkeepsie, New York just hours before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a campaign rally at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in the town.
The Poughkeepsie Journal reports that Clinton initially took shots her mother's Democratic challenger, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but then switched the topic to discuss what she believes to be one of the most pivotal human rights — abortion. more >>
NEW YORK — Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont got a rock star's greeting at Al Sharpton's National Action Network's convention in New York City Thursday and he responded in kind by stepping briefly outside his security bubble for a moment to mingle with his fans.
Sanders' arrival inside the Metropolitan Ballroom of the Sheraton Times Square on Thursday afternoon set off a wave of screams and chants of "Bernie! Bernie!" until Sharpton settled things down and told the crowd how much the senator wanted to be there.
"Senator Sanders had agreed to come on tomorrow, expected on Friday and after his agreement they called him and changed and agreed to the debate tonight. I want you to know that the advice thrown was 'you have to prep for the debate so you cannot go to the National Action Network.' He said 'no, I'm going to the National Action Network,'" Sharpton said to more cheers. "He's not in the hotel prepping." more >>