Taylor Swift adopts Madonna's style at iHeartRadio Music Awards

Taylor Swift adopts Madonna's style at iHeartRadio Music Awards
Madonna, left, and Taylor Swift perform onstage during the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Taylor Swift adopted Madonna's style when they performed together at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday. Both wore corsets, thigh-high stockings and boots, a look more typically associated with Madge than with Swift. Later Madonna presented Swift with the award for song of the year for "Shake It Off." [InStyle]

And Rihanna grabbed plenty of attention when she arrived via helicopter wearing an emerald green Versace fur coat over an Adam Selman black mini dress with matching green boots, choker and sunglasses. [The Cut]

For more about the show, see critic Mikael Woods' review. [Los Angeles Times]

The latest hipster accessory -- the selfie stick -- has been banned by the Coachella and Lollapalooza music festivals. [Los Angeles Times]

Michael Cohen, founder with his wife, Suzanne Lerner, of the Michael Stars contemporary clothing and lifestyle brand, died Friday at his home in Manhattan Beach, the company announced on Saturday. He was 79 and had prostate cancer.

Hayley Williams of the rock band Paramore has launched a series of short beauty and music webisodes called "Kiss-Off."   [WWD]

David  Beckham joined "The Late Late Show" host James Corden for a spoof of Beckham's underwear ads. Suffice it to say toned and ripped Beckham pulls off the underwear look a bit differently than does comedian Corden. [Daily Mail]