Must Read: Rihanna Launches Her 7th Fragrance, Lauren Conrad Admits That She's Basic

And Riccardo Tisci explains his decision to open the Givenchy show to the public.
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And Riccardo Tisci explains his decision to open the Givenchy show to the public.
Rihanna at the unveiling of RiRi By Rihanna at Macy's. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images. 

Rihanna at the unveiling of RiRi By Rihanna at Macy's. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Rihanna launches new scent — and reveals plans for a beauty line
Rihanna unveiled her seventh fragrance, Riri by Rihanna, in New York on Tuesday, where nearly 1,000 fans showed up to hopefully catch a glimpse of her. The fragrance is just one of many beauty-oriented projects that the pop star has on tap: she also revealed that she plans to launch a full beauty line (called Fenty Beauty) in the future. {WWD}

Lauren Conrad admits that she's "probably basic"
"I probably am pretty basic," reality star-turned-designer Lauren Conrad states in the October issue of Cosmopolitan. (She said it, not us!). The 29-year-old will present a capsule collection of her Kohl's line during New York Fashion Week, though it remains to be seen if we'll be able to add her name to our list of labels that cater to basic bitches and bros. Being basic can be good for business, after all. {Page Six}

Riccardo Tisci explains why he's taking the Givenchy show public
It was revealed on Monday that Givenchy will open 1,200 seats at its spring 2016 show to the general public, who can register online for free tickets. Creative director Riccardo Tisci explains that his decision to invite fans and neighbors to the event stems from his humble upbringings and his lifelong love of New York City. The choice is also aligned with his brand ethos that borrows heavily from streetwear and celebrates the democratization of high fashion. {WWD}

Tom Ford to dress James Bond in new movie
Tom Ford will dress Daniel Craig as James Bond in the upcoming film "Spectre." Ford worked with costume designer Jany Temime to provide bespoke tailored suiting, casual looks and eyewear for the impeccably dressed character. {Fashionista inbox}