Nakisha Williams
October 12, 2012 AT 08:00 PM EDT

We get it, Rihanna, you hate wearing clothes. The pop star is “Unapologetic” about showing us her goods on the cover of her forthcoming album, which uses little more than a carefully placed elbow and graffiti to keep her from being totally exposed. [Fashion, Etc.]

The requisite “celeb on a Starbucks run” paparazzi shot will probably get a lot more glam this holiday season, now that designer Rodarte is creating a mugs, sleeves, and totes for the coffee giant. [Huffington Post]

Federico Fellini’s Fellini Satyricon inspired Dolce & Gabbana’s fall collection. Now the designer duo will be credited on a restored version of the Italian film, which they helped fund.   [The Hollywood Reporter]

 Get ready for a chorus of deafening teen squeals: British pop group One Direction is concocting a perfume to be released next summer. [Marie Claire UK]

See an illustrated list of all the fashion shout-outs Kanye West packed into a one-minute snippet of his new song, “White Dress.” [MTV Style]

Model Agyness Deyn was so convincing as a stripper in Pusher that director Nicolas Winding Refn has been inspired to create a sequel in which she’ll have a starring role. [Vogue]

Argo costume designer Jacqueline West said that it took her a while to find outerwear for the film — but you can snag the Sierra Designs 60/40 Mountain Parka  she ended up using for Ben and co. with one click. [The Hollywood Reporter]

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