The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Instagram Makes Rihanna Take Down Lui Images, Police Confirm Peaches Geldof’s Cause of Death, and Miranda Kerr Designs A Tea Set for Royal Albert



• There has been a fair amount of pearl-clutching since Rihanna‘s racy photos from Lui magazine surfaced on Tuesday, and it looks like the folks at Instagram were also not feeling the shots. Rih Rih posted a snap of the cover—the one with her nips on display—to her IG, but was asked to remove the image or risk having her whole account blocked. She clapped back at the social media outlet by posting the photo you see above, along with a few illustrations of the now-infamous cover. (Telegraph)

Peaches Geldof

• Toxicology reports have found that Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose early last month at the age of 25. The TV presenter and writer passed in the same way her mother, Paula Yates did back in 2000. Kent police concluded that Geldof’s “recent use of heroin” was “likely to have played a role in her death.”  (WWD)



Christopher Bailey officially takes the reigns today as Burberry‘s CEO, now that Angela Ahrendts‘s tenure ended yesterday. According to Burberry, Bailey now has “overall responsibility for creating and delivering the next chapter in Burberry’s global vision and business strategy.” (WWD)



• Buzzy model Malaika Firth will share her daily outfits with Vogue UK this month, as part of their “Today I’m Wearing” series. Follow the Prada model’s day-to-day looks all month long! (Vouge UK)



Miranda Kerr can add “teacup designer” to her list of accomplishments. The model announced today via Instagram that she’s joined forces with Royal Albert on a collection of teaware, launching tomorrow. The range of very spring-appropriate bone china cups, kettles, saucers, plates, and accessories are decorated with butterflies, roses, and polka dots, and inspired by Miranda’s love of nature. Check out the whole collection here. (Royal Albert)


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