Joan Rivers will not only be remembered as a trailblazing comedian, but as a fashion icon. She gave us the hilarious, harsh reality of wardrobe dos and dont’s every Friday on E!’s Fashion Police and changed red carpet standards forever. Lucky for you, we have five quintessential pieces you can add to your own wardrobe that would definitely be approved by the Joan Rangers.
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Today, September 4, 2014, we lost comedic icon Joan Rivers. Despite being released from the ICU yesterday, TMZ reports the comedian has passed at 81, a week after she stopped breathing during throat surgery. We’re still in shock over losing “a simple girl with a dream” who changed the world of comedy and made our days a little brighter.
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