Michelle Obama wears bold paisley for tea with Prince Harry

Michelle Obama wears bold paisley for tea with Prince Harry
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama meets with Prince Harry for tea on Tuesday to discuss the "Let Girls Learn" initiative and support for veterans. (Amanda Lucidon / EPA)

First Lady Michelle Obama wore a bold paisley custom dress by Mary Katrantzou to take tea with England's Prince Harry at Kensington Palace and later to visit the Mulberry School for Girls in London on Tuesday. [E!]

Los Angeles jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche collaborated with Rihanna on a collection of flash tattoos that launched Tuesday on jacquieaiche.com. The collection includes cuticle and knuckle wraps, a DIY chain set, gothic letter tattoos, nameplates, armbands and chains. All of the tattoos are designed to be layered and customized. It's $27 for a pack of seven sheets.

Meanwhile, Rihanna was the guest of honor Tuesday when Dior showed its fall collection in Tokyo. [WWD]

Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the Spokane, Wash., NAACP who was born of white parents but identifies as black, finally answered the question fashionistas have been pondering: how did she style her hair into curls or dreads? It's a weave, she says. [People]

Los Angeles handbag designer Clare Vivier of the Clare V. label announced a collaboration with French sunglasses maker Vuarnet on Tuesday. The limited-edition cat-eye frames are available in one color, Electric Indigo, and they are priced at $205. They're for sale exclusively at Clare V. boutiques and online at www.clarev.com.