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Riccardo Tisci Styled a Car Wreck for CR Fashion Book; Beyoncé Reveals Stylish Prom Picture

Photography Karl Lagerfeld, Creative Direction Riccardo Tisci

Riccardo Tisci Styled a Car Wreck for CR Fashion Book: Before Tisci presented a car crash set at Givenchy's Spring/Summer 2014 show, the designer styled a single car wreck (made from a model car) for the third issue of CR Fashion Book. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, CR Fashion Book referred to the car crash aesthetic as simply "Riccardo’s creative genius.” [Fashion Beast Inbox]

Beyoncé Reveals Stylish Prom Picture: Singer Beyoncé revealed her stylish prom picture, proving that the star's great taste has existed for years. Her gown was elegant yet sexy, with details that were completely “in” at the moment. “If it weren’t for the gown’s swirl print,” Styleite argues, “we’d even go as far as say that we could have seen it on one of fashion month’s fierce femme runways.” Beyond the dress, Beyoncé's hair, makeup, and accessories coordinate perfectly. [Styleite]

Hedi Slimane Ends 15-Year Relationship With Colette Over T-Shirts: Parody T-shirts of luxury fashion brands including Hermès, Céline, and Saint Laurent, to name a few, made a splash on the street-style front earlier this year. Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane, however, was not a fan of the “Ain’t Laurent Without Yves” tees that seemingly poked fun of the decision to change the former Yves Saint Laurent label to a more simplistic Saint Laurent. Parisian concept store Colette, a seller of the T-shirts, reportedly received the brunt of Slimane's anger. Although Colette's creative director Sarah Andelman removed the T-shirts from the store's website, Slimane still canceled “[Colette's] spring 2014 orders for the Saint Laurent collections totaling 211,531 euros at wholesale,” removed Andelman from the guest list for the brand's show Monday, and “[forbid her] from selling copies of the indie magazine Document that features a cover of artist Joe Goode photographed by Slimane.” [WWD]

Former First Lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos Loves Charlotte Olympia Shoes: London-based shoe designer Charlotte Olympia posted a photo to Instagram on September 30 featuring former first lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos with the brand’s popular Cat Faced Ballet Flats. Although the image was captionless, the photo received a surplus of feedback, including 1,200 "likes" and various comments reflecting the public's negative opinion of Marcos, who is recognized for her corruption and embezzlement. Charlotte Olympia deleted the picture hours after it went viral. [The Cut]