Johnny Depp revealed newly blond hair and an almost Gatsby-era 'do at the 2013 BFI London Film Festival Awards, where he presented the BFI Fellowship honor to Christopher Lee on Saturday. [Los Angeles Times]

Britain's Prince George is to be christened Wednesday wearing a replica of the historic gown donned by infants in the British monarchy and extended royal family since Queen Victoria's eldest daughter was first dressed in it in 1841. The original is too delicate now to be used, so George will be dressed in the replica first worn by James, Viscount Severn, in 2008. [Global Post]

Kelly Clarkson married Brandon Blackstock in Tennessee on Sunday, wearing a long-sleeved lace Temperley Bridal "Jessamine" dress with train and a Mary Elena headband made of Swarovski crystals. Clarkson had been so overwhelmed by work and wedding planning that in August she hinted that she might call off the formal ceremony in favor of eloping. [People]

Rihanna covered up from chin to toe, and wore a head scarf, but still reportedly was kicked out of a mosque in Abu Dhabi -- not because of the way she dressed but because she was posing like a rock star for two photographers who accompanied her. Which detracted from the sanctity of the mosque. [Styleite]

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation designed to protect models under 18 from abuses in the workplace. [NYT]

An online petition drive is calling on major fashion labels and magazines to stop working with photographer Terry Richardson, whom some models have accused of exploitation. [Fashionista]

The Kardashians have a new clothing collection scheduled to launch Thursday with British brand Lipsy. The collection of evening outfits, inspired by Isabel Marant and Alaia, will be available to U.S. customers on Lipsy's website. [Racked]

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