Fashion News Roundup: More Versace for H&M; Mischa Barton Poses with Steak and Rihanna Gets Naked for Esquire

Versace x H&M Continues to Tease Us: Two new pictures of Versace for H&M's ad campaign have surfaced and this time we've got an actual price tag on one of the garments: $199 for a mini dress. {Lucky} Speaking of covetable goods from H&M: Check out new photos of their fall conscious collection. {FabSugar} Rihanna is Naked, Again: This time for Esquire. They dub her the sexiest woman alive. Hard to disagree. She's also not mad at Chris Brown anymore. {Esquire} Mischa Gets Beefy: Literally. Mischa Barton posed with raw steaks for photographer Tyler Shields. We don't know why. It's weird. {Tyler Shields} How's this for a mind fuck: Nicola Formichetti has designed virtual clothes for a three-dimensional avatar, based on Mugler model Rico Genest, for a video game called Eve. Says the designer: "I mean if you could make your own avatar, and if you could dress yourself up, I think people will be buying virtual goods." So now we'll be expected to drop wads of cash on garments that don't actually exist? {Dazed Digital}
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Versace x H&M Continues to Tease Us: Two new pictures of Versace for H&M's ad campaign have surfaced and this time we've got an actual price tag on one of the garments: $199 for a mini dress. {Lucky} Speaking of covetable goods from H&M: Check out new photos of their fall conscious collection. {FabSugar} Rihanna is Naked, Again: This time for Esquire. They dub her the sexiest woman alive. Hard to disagree. She's also not mad at Chris Brown anymore. {Esquire} Mischa Gets Beefy: Literally. Mischa Barton posed with raw steaks for photographer Tyler Shields. We don't know why. It's weird. {Tyler Shields} How's this for a mind fuck: Nicola Formichetti has designed virtual clothes for a three-dimensional avatar, based on Mugler model Rico Genest, for a video game called Eve. Says the designer: "I mean if you could make your own avatar, and if you could dress yourself up, I think people will be buying virtual goods." So now we'll be expected to drop wads of cash on garments that don't actually exist? {Dazed Digital}
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Versace x H&M Continues to Tease Us: Two new pictures of Versace for H&M's ad campaign have surfaced and this time we've got an actual price tag on one of the garments: $199 for a mini dress. {Lucky}

Speaking of covetable goods from H&M: Check out new photos of their fall conscious collection. {FabSugar}

Rihanna is Naked, Again: This time for Esquire. They dub her the sexiest woman alive. Hard to disagree. She's also not mad at Chris Brown anymore. {Esquire}

Mischa Gets Beefy: Literally. Mischa Barton posed with raw steaks for photographer Tyler Shields. We don't know why. It's weird. {Tyler Shields}

How's this for a mind fuck: Nicola Formichetti has designed virtual clothes for a three-dimensional avatar, based on Mugler model Rico Genest, for a video game called Eve. Says the designer: "I mean if you could make your own avatar, and if you could dress yourself up, I think people will be buying virtual goods." So now we'll be expected to drop wads of cash on garments that don't actually exist? {Dazed Digital}

It's finally here: Olivia Palermo's blog launched. The Cut has noticed that are some spelling issues...but who are we to judge? {Olivia Palermo}

Ferragamo is coming to a shower near you: The designer has created a beauty and grooming collection for the Waldorf Astoria. {Elle}

How would you like to be the next big handbag designer? You may just get the chance thanks to a new three-week collaboration between Purse Forum and Rebecca Minkoff, that lets fans vote on design elements. {Purse Blog}