Beyonce British Vogue cover May 2013

It's another day, which means another jam-packed blog post rounding up all the latest and greatest news of the past 24 hours. So, without further ado, here's what's been happening:

1. Can you believe the May issue of British Vogue is also Beyonce's first-ever cover for the mag? I can't either. While she's graced the cover of US Vogue numerous times, this midriff-bearing cover (pictured) marks her first for the UK edition. [Vogue UK]

2. Nicola Formichetti has left Thierry Mugler. The creative director, who is perhaps best known for his work with Lady Gaga, has parted ways with the label after two years. In a statement released by Mugler, it appears the parting was amicable. But don't worry, Formichetti has plenty to keep him going. In addition to styling celebs such as Kim Kardashian, and juggling his own fashion line, he is shortly expected to announce a major collaboration with Diesel. Watch this space. [WWD]

3. Joining Marilyn Manson in fronting Saint Laurent's new ad campaign are a few more famous musicians. Courtney Love and Ariel Pink have also been photographed in edgy black-and-white shots wearing Heidi Slimane's latest collection. Very rock 'n' roll. [WWD]

4. Debenhams has announced a new collaboration with Stephen Jones. The milliner is set to launch on April 8 an exclusive range featuring 27 hats, fascinators and occasion handbags and clutches. That's all your upcoming wedding accessories sorted then! [Debenhams blog]

5. Proving that even the most beautiful of people have their insecurities, Audrey Hepburn's son has revealed what his late mother really thought of her looks. Luca Dotti says the iconic actress thought of herself as a "good mix of defects." "She thought she had a big nose and big feet, and she was too skinny and not enough breast. She would look in the mirror and say, "I don't understand why people see me as beautiful."' Gobsmacking isn't it? [Vanity Fair]

6. A new creative director has been announced at Edun. Danielle Sherman, formerly at Alexander Wang, will take over the reins from Sharon Wauchob, who has helmed the label for six seasons. Edun founders Ali Hewson and her hubby Bono (yes, as in that Bono) were "impressed by her creativity and believe her unique approach and vision will help grow the brand." Not a bad rec, huh? [WWD]