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Rihanna's New Music Video Was Banned After Only Ten Minutes; Tamara Mellon Spills on Jimmy Choo

And Jude Law’s son Rafferty makes his fashion film debut.

Rihanna’s New Music Video Was Banned After Only 10 Minutes: Rihanna's debut as the new twerking star did not last long. After the singer uploaded a short clip of her music video for "Pour It Up" on her VEVO Channel, the scene almost immediately became censored, hiding her private parts with “blurry squares,” Glamour reports. Fans relayed the news to RiRi via Twitter, to which she responded "IN TEN PHUCKING MINUTES BRO?" The video features a scantily clad Rihanna explicitly writhing and grinding among strippers and dollar bills. [Glamour Magazine]

Tamara Mellon Spills on Jimmy Choo: In a recent interview with the Today show‘s Jenna Bush Hager, Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon revealed some controversial remarks about her former colleague, Jimmy Choo. Through the interview came one particularly bold revelation—that Jimmy Choo never actually designed for the company. “The original idea was for Jimmy to design the collection, and I would run the operations of the business,” Mellon said. "But it soon became very clear that Jimmy’s skill was in making shoes. He’s a cobbler.” Mellon shared that she never once received a sketch from Choo. “Not one,” she emphasized. [Fashionista]

Jude Law's Son Rafferty Makes His Fashion Film Debut: Jude Law and Sadie Frost’s eldest son, Rafferty, is now a 16-year-old spitting image of his father. Following in dad's acting footsteps, Rafferty was tapped by fashion brand Tiger of Sweden to appear in their new fashion mini-film, in part to celebrate their two new London stores. His character in the film is referred to as the rebel, which fits his many piercings and rings. "To be above the cut, you have to think a little different," Law explained. [Telegraph]

Naomi Campbell Explains Her 10-Day Liquid Cleanse Before the Versace Show: While many models claim they eat sandwiches, pasta, and fast food before Fashion Week, Naomi Campbell has admitted her preshow dietary habits. In her recent interview with The Edit, the 43-year-old supermodel revealed her grueling and long juice cleanse before Versace Atelier's Fall/Winter 2013 couture show, Campbell's return to the runway after 14 years. “For 10 days prior to the Versace show, I just drank juice—carrot, ginger, pineapple—to cleanse,” she divulged. “[Generally] I’m not extreme about what I eat—I let chocolate and crisps come in at times. You have to allow the little things that make you happy." [The Cut]

Missoni Introduced New Luxury Scrunchie: Carrie Bradshaw once said that "real" New York women would never wear a scrunchie, the Daily Mail reminds us. However, it seems like major fashion brands are willing to give most wild ’90s trends a second chance. Missoni recently revealed its new design accessory for the season: a $95 Missoni knitted scrunchie in green satin with a pink, red, and white overlay. Following the trend, Marc by Marc Jacobs decided to make its own versions in green, black, and blue and black and white for $32, while L. Erickson made a more simpler one in silk for $52. Is a return of the scrunchie in our midst? [The Daily Mail]