Rihanna's Perfect Response To Her Nudity Haters, 'Redbook' Hires New EIC, Lupita Nyong'o Does Beach Dressing Right

Plus, everyone looked really good at Stella McCartney's resort presentation.
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Plus, everyone looked really good at Stella McCartney's resort presentation.
Come on, TLC: She does semi-naked dressing better than anyone. Photo: GettyImages

Come on, TLC: She does semi-naked dressing better than anyone. Photo: GettyImages

T-Boz and Chilli of TLC took Rihanna to task for choosing to get naked in public a lot — at the CFDA Awards, on the cover of men's magazinesetc. etc. — to which Rihanna responded with some PRETTY STUNNING retaliatory subtweets. Also she changed her Twitter background to a shot of TLC in the buff. That, ladies and gentlemen, is how it's done. {Jezebel}

Elsewhere in Shadeland, Lupita Nyong'o took down the paparazzi who decided to snap her on the beach with an Instagram post that was both witty and tasteful. Of course, we can't help but note that the actress's excellent style does indeed translate to beachwear, in the form of a (very cute) white scalloped bikini and belly chain. {Instagram}

Today in magazine hirings and firings, Redbook has a new editor-in-chief, namely Meredith Rollins. No stranger to the publication, Rollins has been with Redbook since 2010, before which she was the executive editor of Lucky and the articles director at W. {Adweek}

Further reading:

This underwater fashion shoot is beautiful, but looks like it would have been absolutely terrifying to participate in. {Huffington Post}

Stella McCartney's resort collection was great, and the celebs that showed up for the presentation really brought their sartorial A-game, too. {FabSugar}

In light of the controversy over Pharrell wearing a headdress on the cover of Elle UK, here is your definitive guide to the various instances of cultural/sartorial appropriation in recent history. {Vulture}

In honor of the World Cup kicking off (heh, sorry) in Rio: Seven of Brazil's greatest contributions to the fashion world. {Telegraph}