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Fashion News: Rihanna wears PJs to 'Battleship' premiere

April 5, 2012 |  7:39 am

Well, we're certainly not used to seeing Rihanna dressed like this! It looks pretty much like she turned up in her pajamas on Tuesday for the Tokyo premiere of her new film, "Battleship."

Miranda Kerr and baby Flynn star on the cover of Who magazine -- the Australian answer to People -- this month. It's the magazine's "Most Beautiful People 2012" issue, and we have no question that Flynn belongs there. With Victoria's Secret angel Kerr and hunky actor Orlando Bloom as parents, of course he is a babe in every sense of the word. [Styleite]

It's hard to believe Minnie Mouse hasn't had a nail polish line -- until now. Disney reportedly is collaborating with OPI on a quartet of girlie rose and pink lacquers with names like "I'm All Ears." [BellaSugar]

Some of American Apparel's racier ads have been banned in Britain, where the Advertising Standards Authority takes seriously such things as gratuitous nudity and exploitation of young women. [WWD]

Two new studies show that people who spend money on experiences -- travel, meals, concerts -- are happier than those who spend on material things. That's right, even a closet full of shoes won't make you truly happy.  [NYT]

Kate Upton is featured in the catalog for the upcoming Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute exhibit "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations." And she is wearing a dress, not a skimpy bikini. [The Cut]

You've suspected it; now it's confirmed. The fashion industry promotes anorexia. So said Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani this week to a crowd of 600 at an event at Harvard. [Styleite]


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Photo: Director Peter Berg, center, and the cast of his film "Battleship," from left, Taylor Kitsch, Rihanna, Brooklyn Decker and Alexander Skarsgard, pose for photographers during the world premiere of their movie in Tokyo on Tuesday.  Credit: Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press Photo