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Beyonce has enlisted the help of Julien Macdonald to create costumes for her upcoming Mrs Carter tour. What a coup! [Grazia UK]

Topshop have partnered up with animal activist group Peta to encourage their customers not to buy fur. "Keep wildlife out of your wardrobe," is the message they are putting out to shoppers despite exotic skins and furs being a big autumn 2013 trend. You can also pledge here. [Buzzfeed Shift]

Natalia Vodianova and Liberty Ross opened the Dior at Harrods takeover last week. Don't forget to check it out! [Telegraph]

The Victoria & Albert Museum have partnered with Coast on a capsule collection of six dresses. The line is inspired by last year's Ballgowns: British Glamour Since the 1950s exhibition, and launches today. But don't get your purse out just yet. Prices start at £550 *whistle* [Vogue UK]

In some very sad news, Kazuyuki Yamamuro, editor in chief of WWD Japan, passed away suddenly on Saturday from a heart attack. He was just 53 years old. [WWD]

When not reading excerpts from 50 Shades of Grey, Kate Moss likes to lounge across motorcycles. Seriously. [Styleite]

Speaking of 50 Shades, Emma Watson has been forced to deny any involvement in the movie adaptation. She took to Twitter over the weekend to dispute rumours that she is in the running to play Anastasia Steele in the film version of the erotic bestseller. "Who here actually thinks I would do 50 Shades of Grey as a movie? Like really. For real. In real life," she tweeted. Well Ems, you did recently strip down to just your bra for a movie. Just sayin' [Daily Mail]