Princess Diana: Gangsta?

In case you missed it, here are the top style stories of the week.

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Princess Diana: Gangsta?
On the cover: “Fashion Victims 1985,” featuring Diana, Princess of Wales.

Princess Diana: Gangsta?

In case you missed it, here are the top style stories of the week.

Banks, Tyra
Is suing 10 companies for making wigs inspired by her hairstyles. All 57 of them.

Campbell, Naomi
Revealed that before hitting the Versace runway she did a 10-day juice cleanse; shouldn’t change up her routine since it’s clearly working.

Cavalli, Robert
Hired former Diane von Furstenberg designer Yvan Mispelaere to be his design director; may be looking to go in a more ladylike direction.

Collins, Lily
Will star alongside her marvelous brows in new Lancome ads.

Cyrus, Miley
Starts feud with Sinéad O’Connor in hopes of having a photograph of herself ripped up on SNL.

Delevingne, Cara
Continues her acting career; dons dreadlock wig to show dedication.

Dreyfus, Jerome
Isabel Marant’s husband will not be designing bags for her H&M collection. Sorry kids.

Giorgio Armani
Debuts nail polish that claims it requires only one stroke per nail. We’ll believe it when we see it.

Jacobs, Marc
Officially leaves Louis Vuitton; goes out with a Stephen Sprouse-covered bang.

Jolie, Angelina
Wears new ring; delights tabloids.

Kao, Jen
The New York-based designer closes her label.

Mellon, Tamara
Declares that Jimmy Choo never designed a single shoe. Then why isn’t the label named Tamara Mellon?

Million Dollar Shoppers
Will be the subject of a new TV show on Bravo. Can’t wait.

Paltrow, Gwyneth
Makes Instagram just a little bit GOOPier. Yes.

Prince George
Will be baptized in a gown that was originally made for Queen Victoria; demonstrates his style icon destiny.

Rihanna
Calls Princess Diana “gangsta.”

Proenza Schouler
Has announced a makeup collaboration with MAC; get your wallets ready.

Slimane, Hedi
Really did not appreciate the fact that the Parisian store Colette was selling T-shirts emblazoned with the words “Ain’t Laurent Without Yves;” cuts all ties.

Westwood, Vivienne
Makes unlikely bedfellows with the Cambridge Satchel company, but hey, they are both British.