The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Rihanna’s Styled to Rock Hasn’t Been Cancelled, Monica Rose is Still Styling Kim Kardashian, and the 10 Weave Commandments

• British Rihanna stans, rejoice: Styled to Rock hasn’t been cancelled… yet. While the program has not been confirmed for a second season, a spokesperson for SkyLiving says the network has yet to make a decision regarding the fate of the troubled show:  “It is far too early to make a decision if the show would return for a second series. After every big launch, we undertake extensive research with our customers and will make a decision when we evaluate the results.” UK readers, what do you think? Should Styled to Rock stay on for a second go, or should SkyLiving axe the whole thing? (Vogue UK)

Diane von Furstenberg has designed a limited edition bottle for Evian. Furstenberg joins the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Lacroix, and Issey Miyake— all of whom have collaborated with the brand. (WWD)

Styled by Monica Rose

Monica Rose will have you know that contrary to popular belief, she is still working as Kim Kardashian‘s stylist these days. She wrote on her blog, “YES we still work together!!! I was not fired LOL.” (Monica Rose)

• Here’s another reason to be jealous of Brazilians: Moda’Operandi is opening a standalone pop-up store in São Paulo this March. The store, located in the Cidade Jardim mall will mostly offer wares from British designers, like Peter Pilotto, Charlotte Olympia, Nicholas Kirkwood, and Matthew Williamson— so basically, all my favorites. Aslaug Magnúsdóttir, CEO and co-founder of the retailer told WWD“Brazil has emerged as a key market because of their strong demand for great international design. We are thrilled to be opening our first pop-up store that will further introduce Brazilians to the talented British designers that are having a true moment right now.” (WWD)

Giles Deacon is teaming up with British retailer Matches for a range of dresses, homewares, and accessories. Deacon told Vogue UK, “Matches is good at supporting British designers and promoting them on a worldwide stage. I love their progressiveness.  I wanted to design a line that had something for everyone and pieces at a reasonable price too – so there are plates, cashmere scarves, canvas tote bags, as well as the dolls.” The collab will be available come November 13th. (Vogue UK)

One of the dresses swiped from Winehouse’s residence

• Some jerks broke into Amy Winehouse‘s flat and stole two dresses the late crooner’s family was going to put up for auction. One of the frocks stolen is a white anchor-printed cocktail dress, worn by Winehouse at her wedding to Blake Fielder-Civil. The dresses were supposed to be auctioned off to benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation. Of course, Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse is devastated: “It’s a blow,”  he said.“It’s sickening that someone would steal something in the knowledge of its sentimental value…We are all baffled as to why some of her designer dresses didn’t go too. There were a couple from Dolce & Gabbana worth a fortune. Her wedding dress was only a little cotton thing, a hundred quid at best in the shops. Whoever nicked it realised its significance and knew it had an extra value.” What insensitive losers! We hope they’re caught and prosecuted to the full extent of the law! (The Sun)

• If you don’t already know them, here are the ’10 Weave Commandments’ (a parody of Biggie’s ’10 Crack Commandments’) brought to you by @Urbancomedynet. (WSHH)