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Cressida Bonas Poses for Mario Testino, Rihanna Trademarks Her Name, a $50,000 Fur Coat for Little Girls

Rihanna™ has a much better ring to it anyway.

Cressida Bonas is cementing her style credentials now that she's made Vanity Fair's annual best dressed list. The normally shy ex-girlfriend of Prince Harry appears in the glossy's London-based shoot with photographer Mario Testino wearing a head-to-toe look from Burberry's fall runway -- nary a scrunchie in sight.

What happens when a supermodel like Karlie Kloss Instagrams your photo? The assumption might be that you'd get a bump in business, but for Rachel Scroggins, the result has been a nightmare of legal issues. {The Greyest Ghost}

For the kid who has literally everything -- or gets incredibly cold -- designer Dennis Basso is selling a sable coat. It's practically a steal at £30,000, or $50,491.65 at current exchange! Just think of the possibilities: when your daughter grows out of it, you can use it as a foot blanket or something. {Daily Mail}

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Rihanna has reportedly trademarked her last name, Fenty -- er, Fenty™. The move could mean that the star is considering launching her own fashion line, as the trademark extends to categories like swimwear, clothing and cosmetics. {Swagger New York}

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