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Louis Vuitton

  1. That Time Louis Vuitton Tried to Sue ‘The Hangover 2’ That scene caused Louis Vuitton to get their LV printed panties in a twist. Alan’s bag was a knock off, which displeased Mr. Vuitton. They […]
  2. Louis Vuitton Is Suing Warner Brothers Over The Hangover Part IIIsn’t it weird to think about the lives of people who spend all day, every day focusing on executing idiotic lawsuits like the one Louis […]
  3. apropos of nothing
    Is Kanye Pulling a Diddy?No one on the corner has swagger like Kanye.
  4. leak of the week
    Leaked: Conor Oberst Grows Up Right This TimeOberst returns with a pretty great collection of loose, fun, death-obsessed folk ballads.
  5. it just happened
    Court Overturns Indecency Fine for ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’; Timberlake Sings About It on ESPNCBS will not be held accountable for the Super Bowl halftime show, but will Justin Timberlake be held accountable for his crappy ESPYs song?
  6. countdown
    Is Samuel L. Jackson in ‘Iron Man’ After All?Will Nick Fury meet Tony Stark or not? Jon Favreau might have a surprise up his sleeve.
  7. agenda
    BBC Natural History Set: Throw Them to the Wolves!This phenomenal new set is essential to any family DVD collection.
  8. agenda
    ‘Flight Explorer’ Gathers Venerable Kid-Friendly ComicsKazu Kibuishi’s beloved anthology of hot new comics artists, Flight, has always carried a whiff of kiddie adventure story.
  9. agenda
    Have Her Take a Shot at Writing Song Lyrics
  10. kudos
    The Oscars: Who Got Snubbed?Who’s scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
  11. roll credits
    Week in Review: Welcome to Hollywood, BabyLooking back on a week in which everyone failed to save Hollywood.
  12. art candy
    Artist Barbara Bloom Comes to CollectOne has to figure that photographer and conceptual artist Barbara Bloom, whose collection-themed survey opens today at the International Center of Photography, has a basement full of stamps, coins, and collectible spoons.
  13. apropos of nothing
    The True Cost of Music PiracyAccording to a nonsensical report published by a moronic organization, music piracy has cost the United States economy $12.5 billion. After the jump, Vulture speculates on how the record industry would have spent that money.
  14. the industry
    Jessica Alba Loves Ice Hockey, Mike MyersPlus industry news on Watchmen, Liev Schreiber, amd Takashi Murakami.