The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Beyoncé’s Gold ‘Love on Top’ Suit Up for Purchase, Drew Barrymore Launches Flower Cosmetics, and Hillary Clinton Talks Hair Regimen

• None of us will ever wake up in a magical Freaky Friday-type scenario to find that we’ve switched bodies with Beyoncé. It’s just (sadly) never gonna happen. But, if you’ve got the coins, you could find yourself rocking some of her old clothes. The ‘Countdown’ singer is donating the Douglas Hannant designed gold suit she famously wore in her ‘Love on Top‘ video to the Park Avenue Garage charity event. The suit, originally $5,600, will go on sale at the auction for a mere $750!! Bey stans, if you had the coins, would you spend it on one of the Creole Queen’s old ‘fits? (Global Grind)

• This happened: Barbara Walters asked Hillary Clinton how she gets her hair so layed. The soon-to-be former Secretary of State (waah!) admits that maintaining her coif  is as effortless as it looks: “I do not travel with a hairdresser and I’m not very competent myself — I’ve been admitting that for years, which should be obvious to everyone. It just got to be really burdensome to try and find a hairdresser in some city somewhere, so I said, ‘Enough. We’re just going to try to go as simple as possible.’ It became simpler to just grow it so that I can pull it back, and I can stick rollers in.” Funky Dineva could not be reached for comment . (Styleite)


Kendall Jenner has rendered herself unshadeable on the cover of Blank magazine. Chick betta werq! (Global Grind)

Giorgio Armani is teaming with Sean Penn as one of the faces of the actor’s Haitian Relief Organization. The designer will appear in ads alongside Penn “wearing black tuxedoes, with Cannes and the Mediterranean Sea in the background.” Not the Haitian countryside? (Vogue UK)

• After years of being the face for CoverGirl and Lancôme, Drew Barrymore is launching her own makeup range, Flower Cosmetics. The newly minted brand will be sold at mega retailer Wal-Mart, and is supposed to be the brand to “elevate mass beauty aisles.” Prices are predictably affordable, ranging from $4.98 to $13.98. While I’m thrilled for Barrymore and her new venture, I can’t help but wonder if the range will– well, have quality products for brown women. I’m inclined to say no, but I will reserve judgement until I see what Ms. Barrymore has to offer. Fashion Bombers, will you be checking out Flower cosmetics? (WWD)


• See Karrueche Tran model her clothing line, The Kill, in Paris. See pronounces her name at the very end–it’s worth watching just for that! (Necole Bichie)