[Port-au-Prince, May 20. Image via AP]
- "She's not involved in this collection," said Ungaro owner Asim Abdullah just before his show commenced this afternoon, Paris time. He was referring, of course, to "artistic adviser" Lindsay Lohan, whose future at Ungaro had long been in doubt. [WWD]
Ten Americans have been jailed for trying to illegally take 33 Haitian children out of the country — some of whom had parents. Their actions are an example of the worst kind of international aid.
''Bringing food into a situation where people are desperate is always chaotic,'' says Chris Weber of World Vision, one of the organizations tasked with distributing the wave of donated supplies. Is handing aid over to women the answer?
[Port-au-Prince, January 31. Image via Getty]
- For a limited time, Lindsay Lohan will donate 100% of the proceeds from her "Fame" leggings to Haiti, via Save the Children. The leggings are on sale. Is she trying to move old stock by appealing to people's charity? [People]