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Thursday May 27, 2010 4:20 am

Items Du Jour: Rihanna Wears a Fanny Pack and a Nude Photo of YSL

Rihanna sporting a fanny pack—After 7 years at the French fashion house, Jean Paul Gaultier will be leaving Herm├Ęs to concentrate on his own label. His last collection will be the Spring/Summer 2011 range scheduled to debut this October at Paris Fashion Week.

—If anyone can bring the fanny pack back, it’s Rihanna. The print-happy R&B singer was spotted in Ireland sporting a leopard Dolce & Gabbana bag around her waist. Sightseeing in style!

—After a year of everyone chasing down Olivier Theyskens following his departure from Nina Ricci, the designer is finally coming out with his first project. Theyskens is set to design a capsule collection for Theory, scheduled to appear in their Spring/Summer 2011 range.

—Kelly Osbourne has opted for a new hair color and admits that she’s become an exercise addict, going to the gym even when she doesn’t feel well!

—Kristen Stewart graces the cover for UK Elle looking… awkward. Not only does her face look strained, but her pose is slightly contorted (in a bad way). Twi-hards really ought to stop gobbling up these magazines; I’m rather tired of seeing her on fashion magazines.

—Bombarded by complaints from online customers regarding the horrifying photo editing done to their models, Ann Taylor publicly apologized and promised to “make sure to feature more real, beautiful images.”

—To all of the folks who think that Samantha Jones is jealous of her three best friends, actress Kim Cattrall insists that her character “doesn’t want to be married.”

—A nude photograph of Yves Saint Laurent will go up for auction in Paris on June 30. Shot for the first Yves Saint Laurent perfume for men, Pour Homme, the 1971 campaign caused quite the stir at the time, despite its low circulation. This was also the first time a perfume maker posed for his own campaign.

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