Elle Fanning, Romance Was Born Sleeping Beauty dress

Does it get more meta than this?
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While promoting Maleficent, Elle Fanning took to dressing like her Disney royalty alter-ego, Princess Aurora. Red carpet after red carpet, she had a seemingly endless supply of regal ballgowns and pretty frocks fit for a, well, princess. But the littlest Fanning one-upped herself this weekend when she landed in Japan for the Tokyo premiere of Maleficent in a dainty number showing Sleeping Beauty's face. (Maybe she was taking a cue from this guy.)


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World Cup fevaaaa.
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It's no secret that Rihanna is a huge fan of the World Cup. Have you seen her Twitter feed recently? In between pictures of her niece, practically all she writes about is soccer. We can’t say that RiRi is responsible for the surging interest in soccer, but there’s no denying her influence. So, imagine our excitement when she tweeted herself in a pair of Brazil shower slides this weekend.


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Iggy Azalea, Nick Young

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The couple that dresses together, stays together—or so goes the (assumed) motto of Iggy Azalea and her L.A. Laker boyfriend Nick Young. Both mindblowingly busy and wildly in-demand, this power duo somehow manages to be photographed around the globe together with admirable regularity (seriously, how do they do it? Private jets? Magic?). To make things even more impressive, they're often dressed in undeniably coordinated clothing. This weekend, for example, they attended two events in two countries (!) wearing adorably matching outfits. There are a lot of ways to show your love for another person, and dressing like them appears to be Iggy and Nick's M.O. (My go-to? Trolling Harry Styles on Twitter in hopes that one day he'll reciprocate the feelings. #Thiscouldbeusbutyouplaying, Styles.)


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We already know what you're thinking: "Swimsuits...with sleeves?" But trust us when we say it's really not as crazy as it sounds. Surfers are already super familiar with long-sleeved suits (or rash guards, as they call them) to prevent any friction from the board when it's too hot to wear a full wetsuit, and this year, they are making their way into the mainstream market (see: us normies who can't ride the waves) as a fresh silhouette to try at the beach this summer. Plus, these suits are a great solution for those who burn easily that refuse to do the ol' T-shirt-in-the-pool situation. (We don't blame you.) So, are you convinced yet? Here's 12 ways you can sport the long-sleeved swimsuit trend this summer.


Long sleeve swimsuits

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Just because the cut is sporty doesn't mean it can't be pretty! We're obsessed with this watercolor pastel-print shirt by Insight ($93) (which you can pair with practically any black bottoms), this purple floral one-piece from Free People ($148), and this seafoam mixed print O'Neill onesie ($65).


Long sleeve swimsuits

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If you can't quite get on board with being fully covered all day long, a cutout mesh swimsuit offers the best of both worlds. Michi makes a "shocking blue epic bodysuit" (seriously, it's called that) with splashes of mesh in all the right places ($325). But if you're willing to show more skin, Minimale Animale's barely-there sheer rash guard ($185) or Skye & Staghorn's graphic top might do the trick ($130).


Long sleeve swimsuits

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If you really want to make a statement poolside, we highly suggest these eye-catching graphic long-sleeve pieces. Our favorite bold look definitely has to be this faux-bustier print patchwork number by Seea ($143) (seriously, can we just wear this IRL?), but we also love this mod black, white and coral Trina Turk two-piece ($72) and this futuristic '80s-inspired-grid rash guard by Suboo ($118).


Long sleeve swimsuits

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Ah, we love any reason to color-block, and lucky for us, long-sleeved suits lend themselves beautifully to this trend. For just a touch of brightness, try Seea's neon sleeve rash guard ($68), and for full-on color, go for Roxy's cropped teal top ($48) or Cynthia Rowley's muted jewel-tone wetsuit ($210).

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Demi Lovato in August 2014 issue of 'Seventeen.'
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When Demi Lovato speaks up about confidence and overcoming adversity, people listen. That's probably why Seventeen picked her as the cover star AND guest editor for their August 2014 issue. No matter how busy Demi is—be it serving as Grand Marshall of the L.A. Pride Parade or heading to tonight's Trailblazers Awards (airing June 26, 9 p.m. EST on Logo)—her position as an outspoken role model always remains her #1 priority. (Side note: Can we consider for a moment how she is only 21 years old? I can't even deal.)


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Miley  Cyrus

Flowers + metallics = #cyberhippies.
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For a while there it felt like Miley Cyrus was debuting new outfits at every performance. There were the seven new ones when she took the Bangerz Tour to Europe, and even after that, there was a custom Kenzo leotard, tinsel, and new add-ons like face paint. It seemed like Miles slowed her roll, but over the weekend, she broke out a new metallic outfit laced with neon flowers for the Capital Summertime Ball in London.

It's definitely worth noting that she ALSO resurrected a trend I hoped I'd never see again—moon boots. I will admit, though, they look much cuter with floral appliqués. While Miley wore full-coverage pieces, her backup dancers wore disco ball-esque mirrored pasties and jorts. If you're wondering what to call this look, Miley appears to have given it a name via Instagram: #cyberhippies.


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What, like you've never seen Gaga wear underwear as outerwear?!
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• When it comes to style, Rihanna and Lady Gaga are known to do their own ~thing~. But when both of them stepped out wearing pink satin robes—during the day, in public, with heels—we couldn't help but wonder if we were observing a trend in motion. (Trend or not, try at your own risk.)

• Ariana Grande kissed her signature monochrome costumes goodbye (at least for the night!) when she took the stage at the MuchMusic Awards in some serious sequins. The girl seriously lit up the stage—and this time, it wasn't just because of her voice.

• Kanye stopped by Cannes to talk about fashion, technology, and how getting a cover from Vogue made everything—including, apparently, a video as bonkers as Bound 2—OK. We still don't know if Anna Wintour would be into the whole getting-frisky-on-a-motorcycle thing, but whatev makes Ye happy makes us happy.

• Zendaya was just tapped to star in Aaliyah's biopic, but the Disney star has been channeling the R&B princess for years. She even dressed up as Aaliyah for Halloween last year, '90s Tommy Hilfiger and all. Girl is ready.

• T.I. (finally!) released his music video for "No Mediocre" featuring Iggy Azalea. No offense to our boy TIP, but Iggy Iggs—and her Dolce & Gabbana LOVE belt—totally steal the show. We, well, love it.

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Rose and Ono

Amber Rose and Priscilla Ono.
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We've always been mega fans of Amber Rose's signature shaved head and giant sunglasses, so we were super stoked when we she announced she'd be launching a boutique with bestie/makeup artist Priscilla Ono. Her online shop, called Rose and Ono, features bold crop-top-and-skirt sets, neon faux-fur jackets, and quirky, one-off patterned pieces (like this killer pizza-print tee and leggings)—all styled to emulate Amber's personal look, of course. Rose and Ono also have a fab plus-size section, which is filled with printed bodycon dresses, faux leather tracksuits, and statement leggings.


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The Puffy AmiYumi of metal.
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Lady Gaga just revealed that Japanese metal band Babymetal is joining her for five dates of her summer artRAVE: the Artpop Ball Tour (Phoenix, Las Vegas, Stateline, Salt Lake City, and Denver). By now I'm sure you're probably wondering "Who?" and "What?" Well, I'm glad you asked.

Babymetal is a band that could only be formed in Japan. They're a product of the Japanese idol infrastructure wherein a band, usually populated by teenagers, is created by an agency and marketed to target demos. Also, once a member reaches a certain amount of years, they "graduate" from the group, sort of like a high stakes Menudo. Babymetal's lead vocalist Suzuka Nakamoto (aka Su-Metal) aged out of female pop group Sakura Gakuin in 2012. However, Babymetal's other members, Moa Kikuchi (aka Moa-Metal) and Yui Mizuno (aka Yuimetal) are still current members. This seems a little cray, given that the members are 16 and 15 years old.


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I love these two as a couple. What a festive way to celebrate two important events in their life. Mariah looks like a dream.

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