Fashionista on a whirlwind Cirque du Soleil tour

Italian designer Domenico Dolce spent his Las Vegas weekend barnstorming theaters up and down the Strip, as apparently the only thing he cares about more than haute couture is fancy clowns and silk aerialists. On Aug. 2, he hit up and O, then did Viva Elvis and Zumanity on Aug. 3 before closing it up with a relaxing Saturday of just Mystère. He’s going to be irate when he finds out he’s just missing Zarkana and Immortal by a few months.

Forbes put out its list of the Top 10 highest-paid DJs in the world, and unsurprisingly, Tiësto came out on top with $22 million last year. What will really make you question your entire self-worth is that Pauly D took home $11 million. His laptop Bedazzling budget is roughly $9 million, though, so it’s practically a push.

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And then there was one. Emerging on the electronic dance music scene five years ago as one half of a duo, LA Riots founder Daniel LeDisko is rallying the dance floors alone these days. “I went solo back in August of last year,” says DJ/producer LeDisko. “It just needed to happen—I just wanted to take a different direction with everything.” Fans don’t appear to mind, and he seems to be doing just fine with stops scheduled at Wynn for his residency gigs, including next at XS on July 29. You’re originally from New Zealand. Where’s the accent?