Rihanna named CFDA Fashion Icon. L’Wren Scott to be buried in L.A

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Rihanna has been selected to receive this year’s Fashion Icon Award to be  presented June 2 by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. [The Cut]

Fashion designer L’Wren Scott, who died in what police have ruled a suicide in New York City on March 17, is to be buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in L.A., Page Six reports. [Page Six]

Scott, the longtime girlfriend of the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger, was a favorite designer among Hollywood celebrities. On Saturday, Christina Hendricks honored Scott by wearing one of her dresses to a PaleyFest event for “Mad Men.” [People]

Steven Tyler, Cee Lo Green and Natalie Cole are the announced headliners for this year’s Race to Erase MS gala in Los Angeles. The event is scheduled for May 2. [Society News LA]

In “Yves Saint Laurent,” a French biopic of the fashion designer that premiered in the U.K. last week, Saint Laurent is portrayed as volatile, needy and neurotic, says Hattie Crissell on the Cut blog. “If the film is to be believed, any stability in Saint Laurent’s life came from his love of his work and his relationship with his long-term partner, Pierre Bergé,” who cooperated in the production. [The Cut]

Courtesy of the LA Times

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