The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Bill O’Reilly Scandalized By Beyoncé’s ‘Partition’ Video, Anonymous Model Reveals Identity After Coming Forward About Terry Richardson Abuse, and Target Apologizes for Botched Photoshop Job

• You can pretty much expect there will be pressed parties anytime Beyoncé does… well, anything. It’s only natural. But who would have thought that King Bey’s antics would spark the ire of right wing pundit Bill O’Reilly? The Faux Fox News anchor expressed *GRAVE CONCERN* over Bey’s sexy “Partition” music video (three months later, though? #lateboots), for its raunchy imagery. “That’s art?!” He exclaimed,  “Beyoncé in the back of a limo having sex and referencing Monica Lewinsky, is art?”, asking his guest, Russell Simmons to explain why a black woman would make a music video about having marital sex with her husband in the back of a limo, when there is such a high rate of unplanned pregnancies amongst “girls of color” who “idolize” her. Chile… I simply cannot with miss Bianca O’Reilly‘s pearl-clutching this afternoon. I’ll let you guys take this one. Peep the clip above and let us know what you think in the comments. (Rolling Stone)  

Branche Marie Claire • Marie Claire‘s launched a pop-up magazine, Branché, which will hit the streets in New York City today, and be distrubited by Hearst today, tomorrow, and Saturday, as well as Monday, and Tuesday next week. The 40-page mag is an insider’s guide to NYC, with deets on cool places to eat, interesting things to see, and of course, a healthy dose of fashion. Alexa Chung covers this inaugural issue, and Marie Claire editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider says they will release another edition of Branché this fall. The mag will be distributed in SoHo, Williamsburg, and Times Square. Anyone plan to pick up a copy? (WWD)
• The anonymous Reddit user who posted a horrifying account of sexual abuse she experienced at the hands of creep photographer Terry Richardson has come out to reveal her identity exclusively to Vocativ. Charlotte Waters, who was 19 at the time of the abuse, recounts the experience with Richardson, who she said did not even pay her after the shoot in which he performed sexual acts on her. “It’s hard not to look back at this stuff and see that I was a rapist’s dream, completely naive and trusting, but passive and shy on top of that,” she said. Read the whole thing over at Vocativ. (Vocativ)  
Xhiliration Bikini Target Photoshop Fail Closeup • Target has issued an apology for the horribly botched Photoshop job that went viral this week of a young lady modeling one of their Junior’s bikinis. If you remember, the her thighs were slimmed down in attempts to create a thigh gap–except it looked more like the graphic designers took a square KidPix eraser to the poor model’s crotch, leaving her ladyparts in shambles. The retailer released a statement to address the misstep. “In response to your query about the swimsuit image on, this was an unfortunate error on our part and we apologize. We have removed the image from our website,” adding that the gaffe was “the result of a photo editing error on our part.” (Fashionista)

Looks from Miuniku

• The 12 finalists for the LVMH Young Designer Prize have been announced! This year’s crop of young talent up to win one of three $415,900 checks and a year-long mentorship include: Hood by Air‘s Shayne Oliver, Miuniku‘s Nikita and Tina Sutradhar, Tim Coppens, Simone Rocha, Thomas Tait, CG by Chris Gelinas, Gabriele Colangelo, Suno‘s Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis, Atto‘s Julien Dossena (who also designs for Paco Rabanne), Vika Gazinskaya, Simon Porte Jacquemus, and Tillmann Lauterbach. The 12 will meet in Paris May 28th for final judging panel including Delphine Arnault, Nicolas Ghesquière, Marc Jacobs, Karl Lagerfeld, Phoebe Philo, Riccardo Tisci, Raf Simons, and Kenzo‘s Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, as well as two executives from LVMH. (WWD)