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Rihanna's mosque photos, Kim Kardashian's new clothing line, and more

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Rihanna’s causes a stir with her Instagram selfies, Kim Kardashian launches a body-con clothing line, Disney’s villainesses inspire a new makeup collection, and more.

Read on for all of today’s style and design headlines.

 Rihanna was asked to leave Abu Dhabi’s Grand Mosque after she posed for photographs considered to be at odds with the “sanctity” of the site. [THR]

Costume designer Cathy A. Smith (Dances With Wolves, Wild Bill, The Missing) will be inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum’s Hall of Fame. [New Mexican]

Kim Kardashian talks about the designers she says inspired the Kardashian’s new body-conscious Lipsky clothing collection. [Styleite]

See the most provocative tour merchandise from Kanye West’s Yeezus tour. [Buzzfeed]

Just in time for Halloween, Walgreens is stocking makeup sets inspired by Disney villainesses like the Evil Queen from Snow White, 101 Dalmations fashionista Cruella DeVil, and Ursula from The Little Mermaid. [InStyle]

A woman has started a Change.org petition fashion brands and magazines to stop hiring controversial photographer Terry Richardson, who is known for shooting stars like Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga in the buff. [Refinery29]

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