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Fashion News: Katy Perry's hair goes purple for Coachella

Katy Perry showed off purple hair at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
Katy Perry showed off purple hair at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Sunday, a change of pace for the previously blue-haired singer.

Apparently no charges will be filed in that weekend incident in Paris involving Pippa Middleton, a convertible and a gun. The gun reportedly was fake, and the paparazzo at whom it was aimed hasn't filed a complaint. [The Cut]

Oscar de la Renta used Pinterest to show off its 2013 bridal fashions. [The Cut]

Carrie Underwood, the celebrity face of Oil of Olay, says she should have listened to her mom's skincare advice. "If I could go back and talk to my 15-year-old self I'd be like, 'Seriously, listen to your mom,'" she told People magazine. "Drink more water, put more sunscreen on, moisturize." [People]

Bill Cunningham, the street style and society photographer for the New York Times, once was a milliner, and now 23 hats he made in the 1950s and 1960s are to go on sale Wednesday on via vintage fashion dealer Katy Kane. [WWD] 

Daphne Selfe, 83, is still modeling, on catwalks and in ad campaigns. The Brit says her beauty is all natural -- no cosmetic enhancements. [People]

Celebrity scent of the day: Nicki Minaj has a licensing deal for her first fragrance, due out this fall. [Styleite]


Before Cobra Snake or the Sartorialist, there was Bill Cunningham

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-- Susan Denley

Photo: Katy Perry, left, with Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine, showed off purple locks at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Sunday. Credit: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

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