The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Alicia Keys for Elle’s May 2013 Women in Music Issue, Beyoncé Wears Another Racy Bodysuit, and The Man Repeller Writes A Book

Alicia Keys for Elle's May 2013 Women in Music Issue
Alicia Keys looks resplendent in red Jean Paul Gaultier on the cover of Elle‘s May 2013 Women in Music Issue. Thoughts on this shot? (Elle US)


• More surprising than the fact that there have been 6 Fast and Furious movies, is that the latest iteration of the 12-year-old franchise has sparked a capsule collection. Yes, you read correctly. Consumers will be treated to a limited edition line based on The Fast and the Furious 6, courtesy of G by Guess. WWD tells us what the collaboration will offer“Utilizing moto racing details, gritty prints and destroyed styles, the 15-piece range consists of jackets, graphic print T-shirts and tank tops for men, as well as printed tank tops, a studded moto jacket and a tank dress for women.” Sounds about right. The collection will be in Guess stores May 14th with prices ranging from $19.50 to $129.50. G by Guess will also host promotional events film, promising opportunities to win movie tickets and shopping sprees. (WWD)

beyonce-mrs-carter-show-ralph-russo-couture-nipple-bodysuit • No amount of indignant internet yelping will stop Beyoncé from reminding the world that she is a woman with breasts. Last night, the singer took the stage for her ‘Mrs. Carter Show’ world tour in another golden trompe l’oeil bodysuit, this time designed by Ralph & Russo Couture. The sheer brocaded number features a pair of gold nipples to hide the singer’s naughty bits. Thoughts? (we know you’ve got ’em!) (Fashionista)

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Paris Jackson dishes out angsty teenage realness for the famished children in her editorial debut for Event magazine. She’s totally going through a ‘stage,’ but I think she looks really beautiful! (The YBF)


Leandra Medine, better known as The Man Repeller, is preaching the gospel of harem pants and arm parties in her soon-to-be released book, Man Repeller: Seeking Love. Finding Overalls. The book, available for pre-order at, “explore[s] the deep connection between our memories and the sartorial choices associated with them.” Amazon describes the tome as “ a collection of awkwardly funny experiences, a sweet love story, and above all, a reminder to celebrate and embrace a world made for women, by women.” It chronicles how Medine went from rocking ‘man repelling’ Bermuda shorts to meeting the man of her dreams. If she can do it, so can you! The book officially drops tSeptember 10th, 2013. (Fashionista)


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