Rihanna's Instagram Shut Down, Target CEO Resigns, Victoria Beckham (Maybe) Snubbed Kim Kardashian

And Candice Swanepoel makes some interesting campaign decisions.
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And Candice Swanepoel makes some interesting campaign decisions.
Rihanna at the iHeart Radio Music Awards. Photo: Getty

Rihanna at the iHeart Radio Music Awards. Photo: Getty

Looks like Instagram made good on its threat to shut down Rihanna's profile after the singer posted numerous editorial photos of herself topless. We've reached out to the photo sharing platform to confirm that it was indeed those racy pics that put @BadGalRiri over the edge, and will update when we hear back. {Instagram} (UPDATE: A rep for Instagram tells us that Rihanna's account was mistakenly disabled after it was caught in one of the platform's automated systems that scans for inappropriate content.)

Um? Candice Swanepoel stars in a baffling (and weirdly sexual) advertising campaign for the Mexican web hosting service Kio Networks. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

#BigRumor: Kim Kardashian might have asked Victoria Beckham to design her wedding dress, and she might have said no. {Perez Hilton}

Another big, alleged snub: Apparently Tyra Banks got shot down when she asked to appear in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last December. {Radar Online}

Oh my, Jenny. Jennifer Lopez has released her latest album art, and her risqué outfit makes her iconic Versace dress look tame. {Us Weekly}

Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss have now officially and literally merged into one entity. {Oh No They Didnt!}

Daria Werbowy is even cooler than you thought. The supermodel talks her "backpacks and hostels" lifestyle. {Telegraph}

Sweet digs. Reed Krakoff has reportedly purchased a $28 million townhouse resembling "a castle in New York." {Page Six}

Chloe Malle, Vogue's social editor (and Candice Bergen's daughter), describes how she did all the wrong things in her job interview with Anna Wintour...and still got the job. {New York Post}

Target's CEO has resigned, following that massive data breach last year. {TIME}

Four of the five factories that the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety recommended get shut down have indeed closed. {WWD}

Bergdorf Goodman is hoping to lure weekend shoppers in with a new same-day delivery service in Manhattan that guarantees to have packages delivered within three hours of the order being placed. Unfortunately, it's a limited time deal. {Luxury Daily}

WWD editor Bridget Foley writes on L'Wren Scott's memorial service, held at St. Bartholomew's Church in Manhattan last Friday. {WWD}