As if a new E! reality TV show isn’t exciting enough, Diane von Furstenberg is celebrating her new series, House of DVF, by dressing America’s leading lady. No, we’re not talking Michelle Obama – this time, it’s the Statue of Liberty.

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Six mini replicas of Lady Liberty will be trading their seafoam-green robes for one of DVF’s famous creations. The first of the statuettes was unveiled this morning on The Today Show, but if you’re in the Big Apple, keep an eye out for these ladies in the Meatpacking District, Columbus Circle, Times Square, SoHo, Washington Square, and Midtown East.

If I were the actual Statue of Liberty, I’d be feeling slightly underdressed right about now.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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October 29, 2014

The Academy Awards red carpet has officially begun – and while we may have to wait an hour or so before all the night’s biggest stars arrive (Brad and Angie, anyone?), we’re whetting our fashion palate with a rundown of this year’s presenters.

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E! queen Giuliana Rancic went with a princess-like, embellished Paolo Sebastian gown, to-die-for Sergio Rossi shoes, and a glitzy Judith Leiber clutch, while Fashion Police correspondent Kelly Osbourne opted for a sleek Badgley Mischka gown with a sheer embellished overlay. Kelly, however, had to do a quick emergency swap and change into her pre-show black dress, as she couldn’t get up the stairs in her Badgley Mischka number.

So, which presenter nailed it? Kelly, Giuliana – or was it Ryan in his surprising-but-striking white tux? You tell us. Tweet us at @ruelala with #Oscars now.

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By Keriann Coffey, Associate Editor

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March 2, 2014