And we have another victim!
Honestly, we're so confused about why this photo hacker hasn't been stopped yet!
And it's starting to seem like no one in Hollywood is safe!
Such a sad thing to keep happening.
It's jewelry overload!!
Rihanna might actually like changing jewelry as much as she seems to enjoy changing clothes!
Rihanna topped the whole look off with a Komakino Teenage Fantasy cap, Nike Air Jordans, and loads of jewelry including some seriously large hoop earrings, Jennifer Meyer necklace and bracelets, and a Jennifer Fisher gold snake cuff.
Keep on shining right like a diamond, Rih!
Talk about a statement piece!
After performing for a sold-out crowd of 65,000 peeps the night before, the pop powerhouse stepped out of the Lowry Hotel on Thursday looking like your average gorgeous Barbadian in England.
RiRi was more covered up than usual in distressed jeans and a Natural Born Killers tee with Woody Harrelson's shaved head front and center.
Guess she didn't pawn it after all.
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After nearly a three-year hiatus from designing couture, Christian Lacroix is ready for his comeback!
The French designer been chosen to pay homage to late Italian couturier Elsa Schiaparelli with a 15-piece collection to be presented in June in Paris.
The appointment comes seven years after Italian fashion mogul Diego Delle Valle purchased the Schiaparelli trademarks and archives and a year since he announced a relaunch of the house during the Schiaparelli-and-Prada-themed Met Gala in 2012.
Speaking of the late designer, Lacroix said:
What a brillz idea!
Diane von Furstenberg has had a fantastic life–marrying a prince, launching her own fashion empire–so it makes perfect sense to use her biography as inspiration for a modern fairy tale.
British author Camilla Morton, who has also written modern fairy tales for Christian Lacroix and Manolo Blahnik, has spun a thoroughly enchanting tale called Diane von Furstenberg and The Tale of The Empress's New Clothes, based on the children's classic The Emperor's New Clothes and the designer's own story.
Though, according to Morton, her version of the tale will be much more empowering than the original.