Beyoncé Changes Her Hair Again, Maya Angelou Lands a Cole Haan Campaign, and Roberto Cavalli Wears a Speedo

Cole Haan's latest campaign features none other than the great Maya Angelou, along with three other awesome 85-year-olds, all born in the same year as the Cole Haan brand: 1928. We're really into Maya's sassy leopard shoes. {WWD} Rihanna wore a teeny tiny cross grill between her two front teeth at last night's VMAs. How many people do you think tried to offer her a toothpick before they realized it was on purpose? {HuffPo} Is Beyoncé trying to break Rihanna's record for "Number of Different Hairstyles Possible in the Shortest Period of Time"? Yeah, she changed her hair again. {Us Weekly}
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Cole Haan's latest campaign features none other than the great Maya Angelou, along with three other awesome 85-year-olds, all born in the same year as the Cole Haan brand: 1928. We're really into Maya's sassy leopard shoes. {WWD} Rihanna wore a teeny tiny cross grill between her two front teeth at last night's VMAs. How many people do you think tried to offer her a toothpick before they realized it was on purpose? {HuffPo} Is Beyoncé trying to break Rihanna's record for "Number of Different Hairstyles Possible in the Shortest Period of Time"? Yeah, she changed her hair again. {Us Weekly}
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Cole Haan's latest campaign features none other than the great Maya Angelou, along with three other awesome 85-year-olds, all born in the same year as the Cole Haan brand: 1928. We're really into Maya's sassy leopard shoes. {WWD}

Rihanna wore a teeny tiny cross grill between her two front teeth at last night's VMAs. How many people do you think tried to offer her a toothpick before they realized it was on purpose? {HuffPo}

Is Beyoncé trying to break Rihanna's record for "Number of Different Hairstyles Possible in the Shortest Period of Time"? Yeah, she changed her hair again. {Us Weekly}

Looks like Gisele Bundchen's adorable daughter inherited dad Tom Brady's famous jawline. {PopSugar}

Sure we learn great lessons from the fashion industry every day--but it seems like the energy sector could steal a move (or three) from the fashion world as well. {Breaking Energy}

Sara Blakely, the Nobel Prize-deserving founder of Spanx, says she was inspired by her own butt. How many people can say that their ass inspired a company that brings in $500 million per year? {CNN}

Takashi Murakami, AKA the artist who created Kanye West's "Graduation" album art, will collaborate with Shu Uemura on an anime-based holiday makeup collection. {WWD}

Roberto Cavalli does his best Never Nude impression, then wears a Speedo on vacation with his girlfriend--who very well could be 50 years younger than he is. Warning: This is not eyeball-friendly. {Daily Mail}

Flower power! British department store Liberty (which has recently collaborated with seemingly every brand on Earth) is getting its own documentary this fall. {WWD}

These images of really well-dressed animals have us feeling a disconcerting mix of jealousy and intense fear. {Gawker}