...has a custom wardrobe of 130 pieces made for him four times a year by John Varvatos? That's 130 one-offs, four times per year from the factory, and that's for a single customer.....................
Howard really needs 520 articles of custom clothing per year? He does just 112 live Sirius shows per year (same as his birth date and production company name), 30 days of AGT (with eight or so overlapping his Sirius workdays), and dresses like this on his off days:
That means if Howard wore a brand new jacket, shirt and pair of pants (3) on every workday (x 140 = 420), he'd still have 100 unworn custom articles of clothing to choose from. He's got to be spending at least a half a million on new clothes per year, yet he claims he lives as though he's poor.
they should sue each other. varvatos especially....having howard publicly acknowledge he's wearing JV's clothes is the worst advertisement for a line that i have ever seen. howard, no matter what he wears looks emaciated and sickly, not a bit of masculinity or style.
i'm sure howard pays a considerable amount for that shit he puts on his back. has he ever looked in the mirror???????????
This so-called animal rights activist, who finds it offensive to eat meat, is covered in leather.
Howard could use what's remaining of his fame to point out the intolerable conditions and unspeakable cruelty that animals suffer in today's industrialized factory farms ... most people don't even know the conditions these animals live in. Howard could talk about the benefits of free-range and family farms as a dedicated animal welfare spokesperson.
Of course, Howard's hypocrisy knows no bounds. Howard's animal rights activism remains simply taking pictures of his horse-faced wife with a bunch of kittens for pr purposes. And Howard certainly wouldn't want to jeopardize his friendship with Varvatos or make BethO uncomfortable while shopping for purses at Bergdorfs. Ugh.