Zoe Saldana posed nude for Women's Health UK's September "Naked Issue" -- carefully posed, of course, to pretty much reveal nothing but arms and legs. She said that like most women, she has insecurities about her body. (But that's hard to tell when she's wearing catsuits in films such as "Guardians of the Galaxy," set to open on Friday.) [E!]
Beyonce may have seven outfits on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but she's no fashion icon, argues Vanessa Friedman in the New York Times, name-checking Madonna, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and even 1-year-old Prince George of Britain as having more fashion impact. [New York Times]
Scarlett Johansson, now starring in "Lucy," was spotted out and about with fiance Romain Dauriac in NYC on Tuesday, and she was sporting a pixie-ish hairstyle much shorter than we've seen her with recently. [Huffington Post]
Olivia Palermo wore a kind of alternative wedding garment Sunday when she married model Johannes Huebl -- a full white tulle skirt by Carolina Herrera split open in the front over a pair of white shorts. She wore it with a white, boatneck, three-quarter-sleeve sweater, blue Manolo Blahnik heels and a messy ponytail. Somehow, it all worked. [Racked]
Georgia May Jagger, Mick's model daughter, is Coty's ambassador to Delete Blood Cancer, an organization committed to inspiring people to donate bone marrow. [People]
Food Network star Alton Brown has teamed up with Hook + Albert on a collection of six reversible bow ties ($65 each) and three reversible pocket squares ($45 each), the company announced in a news release on Tuesday. Why bow ties? Because they won't get in the way if Brown is cooking or pursuing his avocation, piloting a plane.
We're approaching the 40th anniversary of Beverly Johnson becoming the first African American model to snag a cover of Vogue (the August 1974 issue, to be exact). But in an interview with Rosemary Feitelberg at WWD, she said there are not as many African American models, makeup artists or stylists working now in fashion as there once were. [WWD]
Madewell has introduced 47 new styles of denim for fall. [Racked]
The Charles James exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum or Art's Costume Institute is scheduled to close Aug. 10, the museum reminded in an email on Tuesday. The exhibition at the New York museum examines the career of the man known as "America's first couturier."