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Rihanna will play seven gigs across seven countries during her '777' world tour.
The 'Diamonds' singer has invited a group of fans and members of the press to join her for a "rock 'n' roll adventure" aboard her tour bus to promote her seventh studio album, 'Unapologetic'.
Rihanna explained: "I am so excited about the '777' tour. We are turning this jumbo jet into our tour bus. We are practically living on this thing for a week: sleeping, partying all together. Me, my fans, the press... it's going to be a wild ride."
"I wanted it to be a rock 'n' roll adventure, and I think when it's over it will be the coolest thing I've ever done. I'm that excited about it."
Rihanna's new album will be released on November 19.
(LINK: Rihanna's new waxwork at Madame Tussauds has 6-pack abs!)
The dates for Rihanna's '777' tour are:
November 14 - Mexico City, Mexico
November 15 - Toronto, Canada
November 16 - Stockholm, Sweden
November 17 - Paris, France
November 18 - Berlin, Germany
November 19 - London, UK
November 20 - New York, USA
(PICTURES: Rihanna at the GQ Men Of The Year Party in Los Angeles on November 13, 2012.
Ke$ha is creating her own faux fur fashion line.
The cutie pie entertainer says she has nothing against celebrities like Lady Gaga or Jennifer Lopez who wear real fur, but she would never wear it herself and thought it was a "no-brainer" to start her own collection.
Ke$ha told The Sun newspaper: "I don't condemn people for their choices but my own personal choice is that if prefer to wear fake fur. I'm actually working on my own fake fur line. There are so many options that are very real-feeling and looking that aren't harming the animal, so it's a no-brainer for me."
The animal lover - who cries when she hits the road and has to say goodbye to her cat Mr Peep$ - is proud to have been named the Humane Society International's first ever Global Ambassador and has vowed to continue to support animal rights with her fashion choices.
She enthused: "It meant so, so much as I've always loved animals since I was little. I just feel super connected to them. The most enlightening thing I can do is be around animals. I just love them, my heart melts."
Lady Gaga and Sarah Jessica Parker have been turned into cartoons for a new Disney fashion short.
The singer and actress both starred alongside Minnie Mouse in 'Electric Holiday', which follows the cartoon character on her way to Paris Fashion Week.
Also appearing in cartoon form for the animation are Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz, and former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld, among many more of the industry's faces.
The cartoon film will be broadcast in Barney's New York department store from November 14, and includes some of the most popular Disney characters strutting their stuff on the catwalk after a fashion makeover.
For their show, Minnie is dressed in Lanvin while Daisy Duck has a bespoke Dolce & Gabbana design and Cruella De Vil gets dressed head-to-toe in Rik Owens.
Nicolas Ghesquiere preps Mickey Mouse, who wears Balenciaga, Goofy turns up in Balmain, Princess Tiana wears Proenza Schouler; and Snow White is dressed by Nina Ricci.
Gaga and Sarah both have front row seats and are joined by Naomi Campbell and a number of fashion magazine editors for the show.
The dress worn by Judy Garland in 'The Wizard of Oz' has sold for $480,000 at auction.
The iconic blue and white gingham garment fetched the highest price of any item during a two-day auction of Hollywood memorabilia in Beverly Hills, California, over the weekend.
The buyer of the dress is unknown.
Other highlights of the sale, which was organized by auction house Julien's Auctions, included Steve McQueen's racing jacket and a purple skirt won by Marilyn Monroe while filming 'River of No Return' in Canada, with both garments fetching $50,000.
Julie Andrews' green floral 'Sound of Music' dress went for $38, 400, sunglasses worn by Jean Reno fetched $8,320 and another buyer paid $3,250 for Johnny Depp's shades.
Despite the huge sum paid for Judy's dress, it is dwarfed by one for $910,000 -- a similar garment worn during tests for the 1939 film sold for in 2011.
However, auctioneer Darren Julien said the difference reflected the fact fewer versions of the test dress were made.
The dress was made by the famous MGM costume designer Adrian Greenberg.
Mariah Carey is putting her name to a range of nail varnishes.
The 'Butterfly' singer is collaborating with OPI on its new Liquid Sand formula, and executives at the company say she has been very hands on during the creative process.
OPI Executive VP Suzi Weiss-Fischmann said: "OPI is extremely excited to work with Mariah. She's very passionate about beauty and her nails in particular. Her music served as a wonderful inspiration for glamorous, sultry, vibrant colors.
"To pay homage to her iconic status, we wanted to launch her collection with something completely new and exciting."
Maria, 42, has hand-selected eight OPI Liquid Sand lacquers for her range, including ones called 'Stay the Night', 'Pink Yet Lavender', 'Anti-bleak' and 'A Butterfly Moment'.
The varnishes dry to a textured, 'pebbled' finish which leaves the wearer with a little sparkle.
Beauty is certainly of paramount importance to Mariah, as she recently splashed out $1,500 on an eight-hour massage.
She hired a masseuse to help her relax at her Los Angeles mansion and during the rub insisted on watching Sacha Baron Cohen's 2009 comedy movie 'Bruno' - which lasts 81 minutes and sees the actor portray a flamboyant fashionista - on repeat.
Stella McCartney was named British Designer of the Year at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards last night .
The 41-year-old designer picked up the coveted award at the glittering reception held at London's Claridge's Hotel and was rewarded for her services to fashion.
Stella admitted she struggles to juggle being a mother-of-four with her designer duties, but hopes to prove to women everywhere they can succeed in the industry.
She told Harper's Bazaar magazine: "Honestly, it's not easy and it's silly to pretend that it is... I lose it sometimes. If I've had four hours' sleep because I was at something late and up early with the kids, then I am not a particularly good mom and not a particularly good colleague at work."
Stella's signature style, which mixes sportswear influences with tailored vintage-style pieces, has been growing in popularity in recent years.
As well as designing Team GB's sportswear for the London 2012 Olympics, she has launched her own perfume, designed a range of sunglasses and created a clothing line for Adidas.
She said her Olympics role was one of her biggest challenges, admitting: "I did get very involved, mentally as well as physically, and got emotionally drained. So much work went into it, more than I can imagine now."
Christian Dior's new creative director Raf Simons was rewarded for his impressive debut collection at Spring/Summer 13 Paris Fashion Week by scoring the Man in a Woman's World gong.
The Inspiration of the Year award went to Vivienne Westwood, while Anya Hindmarch was named the Businesswoman of the Year.
Some of fashion's biggest stars including male supermodel David Gandy, Daisy Lowe and designer L'Wren Scott were in attendance at the glamorous bash.