No shirt, no problem.
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"No Shirt, No Service" has pretty much become an implied rule in every restaurant and store across the country. But Rihanna has never been one to follow the rules, has she? That's why we were only marginally surprised by her decision to grab dinner in L.A. last night in an outfit that was notably missing a shirt. Rih was just getting back from performing/hanging with Drake on his European tour, so all her favorite tops are probably wrinkled from her suitcase. Or the more likely explanation: She is Rihanna and can do whatever she wants. Either way, she rocked the look so hard that the restaurant's manager probably threw his entire rule book out the window.
Solange for 'Harper's Bazaar.'
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Here we were thinking Solange just grabs whatever is in her closet and heads out the door (you know, ***Flawless style). But in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she reveals there's actually a method to her covetably fearless bright dressing. Sol says, "You can pull images of me from seven to 14 years ago and I was absolutely nuts. I have always been drawn to interesting pieces and colors, but I didn't quite know how to limit myself and make those statement pieces work." Solange doesn’t exactly give away her magic in the pages of the feature, but she does hint that reorganizing her closet helped her "develop a style that felt like [her]."
When Rihanna dresses for anything—especially New Year’s Eve—you can guarantee her outfit isn't going to be #basic. At her festive dinner party, the singer boldly wore a black bustier and satin platinum suit to cook for her crew—no apron needed, of course. Like everything else she does, Rih cooks with an edge. Not only did she treat her friends to a meal she helped make AND plate herself (all while keeping her pristine suit untouched throughout), but before supper, Rihanna gave a guest a hand with her hair. Rih styled the do of One-time rumored roomie/model Cara Delevingne into a sleek ponytail. #girlshelpinggirls
A still from Iggy Azalea's 'Change Your Life' video.
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Some people do destination weddings, Iggy Azalea does destination music videos. We’ve seen her riding bikes in the desert, riding elephants in India and now the Australian MC (and hottest import since the Hemsworth brothers) is straight-up ridin’ dirty in Sin City. Viva Las Vegas, y’all! In the video for “Change Your Life,” the new single off her upcoming debut album, The New Classic, Iggy is the ultimate showgirl. Glitz, glamour, cars, clothes, a baby tiger–she’s got it all. Until she doesn’t. Styled by her go-to gal, Alejandra Hernandez, Iggy ups the wardrobe ante in this cinematic mini-film with a total of NINE different looks, and we’re going to walk you through each and every one of them. You ready to go all in?
But seriously, how cute is the 'Teen Wolf' cast?
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Every week here on MTV Style, we dish on our favorite Teen Wolf episode ensembles, but sometimes we like to see what the cast wears in real life. As it turns out, the entire crew (seriously, EVERYONE) is the cutest dresser to boot. Need proof? Last night at the Young Hollywood Awards, the cast arrived in the freshest summer-inspired duds, and, you guys, they even coordinated! Awwww. We don't know if it was planned, but the ladies opted for super cute floral ensembles while the boys went for solid staples that complemented them perfectly. Obvi we need to take a closer look!
Rihanna performing in custom Riccardo Tisci on the Diamonds World Tour.
Last night, Maud and I had the pleasure of seeing Rihanna in Brooklyn for the New York stop on her sold-out Diamonds World Tour. Actually, the show was supposed to be on Saturday but there was some scheduling kerfuffle involving The Nets and that's pretty much where my knowledge and interests end because I know ZERO about all sports outside of competitive eating. Anyway, as you know, we've been covering the DWT extensively, as well as the incredible performance outfits dreamt up by her genius styling team Adam Selman and Mel Ottenberg, so here are our collective thoughts on Rihanna's DWT togs IRL. Warning: be prepared for a DEPRESSING amount of envy given the all-custom-everything nature of the clothes that are displayed on the borg-perfect body of a bajillionaire.
Rihanna performing in Buffalo, NY during her Diamonds World Tour on March 8.
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Rihanna's oh-so-anticipated (and sold out!) Diamonds World Tour officially kicked off on Friday night in Buffalo, New York, which means there's tons of fresh performance outfits for us to drool over. Yasss! When it comes to Ri's on-stage ensembles, she doesn't mess around—longtime stylist Mel Ottenberg helped create an almost entirely-custom wardrobe for her tour, which includes everything from metallic jumpsuits to holographic sneakers to floor-sweeping capes. We counted 7 outfit changes (dang!) from her Friday show—one of our favorites being a superhero-inspired red, white, yellow and black custom Adam Selman (who we talked to last week!) leather bustier and pants number paired with custom Manolo Blahnik white snakeskin boots. According to WWD, Rihanna's all-black ensemble was custom Givenchy couture by Riccardo Tisci, which featured a black and white leather bra with golden buckles and stars, black silk and satin embroidered shorts, and a gold shark tooth necklace that says "RIRI." Also, PLEASE peep those thigh-high gold-studded leather boots. #dead
Rihanna performed on 'SNL' this weekend.
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SNL has always been our go-to excuse to spend Saturday night on the couch, but last weekend's guest stars were epic enough to cancel ALL our plans and make a date with the TV. Along with host Anne Hathaway, our girl Rihanna made a cameo on the show- her second this year!- commanding the stage with performances of "Diamonds" and a new track "Stay." Her tripped-out '90s backdrop affirms what we already know: Rihanna's NEVER been one to do things halfway. So along with her screensaver-esque set, she totally upped the fashion ante as well in two ridiculously killer outfits. The pop star still took streetwear influence this time around, but ditched her over-the-knee boots and big tees from her last appearance for statement graphic prints. Proving that you can never have too much camo, RiRi rocked a spaghetti strap camo dress custom made by Adam Selman (yep, the same guy responsible for those Victoria's Secret ensembles). She paired it with a camouflage jacket by Carhartt, which you can score for yourself here. Topped off with classic Timberland boots, the result is TOTAL A/V overload, and obviously we love it.
Jaime King, Katy Perry, Emma Roberts, and Mandy Moore at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund event in L.A. on Oct. 25.
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Well, we're officially jealous of the West Coast. Yesterday, celebs, designers, and artists gathered together for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund event at the Chateau Marmont in L.A. looking as if winter weren't just a month away (or mere days if you count the Frankenstorm coming our way. Yipes!). Jaime King, Katy Perry, Emma Roberts, and Mandy Moore all showed up sporting super summery graphic print frocks that are seriously making us miss those warm summer days. Jaime wore a crimson red paisley print peplum Giambattista Valli Resort 2013 dress with a brown Valentino clutch and matching shoes. She finished her look with a killer gold cuff, bold red lips and soft, blonde waves. PERF!
Selena Gomez for 'Elle' Magazine.
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Helloooooo, NURSE! Excuse us while we shove our eyeballs back into their sockets, but this Selena Gomez Elle Magazine spread is tongue-waggingly amazeballs. Our little Selenita is all grown up and flaunting some seriously sexy fashion. I mean, this is some opulent, glamourous Donatella Versace muse-type steez. For the newstand cover, Sel wears a heavily embellished mesh corset from Dolce & Gabbana with a bold scarlet lip and a grip of gold baubles. She's backdropped against a far-reaching horizon line of rolling ocean waves, onyx hair perfectly windswept, shimmering eyes framed by extra-strong brows.