"Star Trek Into Darkness": Alice Eve with J.J. Abrams, Zachary Quinto and Brad Grey

Alice Eve was considerably more covered up at last week's premiere of "Star Trek Into Darkness" than she was in a scene from the film in which she wore lingerie. Posing with her, from left, are director J.J. Abrams, actor Zachary Quinto and Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images / May 14, 2013)

"Star Trek: Into Darkness" is taking some flak for a scene in which Alice Eve, playing Dr. Carol Marcus, strips down to panties and bra ... for no real reason. Screenwriter Damon Lindelof acknowledged via Twitter, "We should have done a better job of not being gratuitous in our representation of a barely clothed actress." [Hollywood Life]

Kellie Pickler and partner Derek Hough won season 16 of "Dancing With The Stars" on Tuesday night. Pickler got the mirror ball trophy. [Fox News]

Another dancer on the show, Val Chmerkovskiy, ended the season with a different trophy: a gash over his right eye, thanks to an elbow blow he took in rehearsals Monday. The wound took 14 stitches. [People]

Target has launched a bridal collection featuring four styles of wedding gowns priced from $69.99 to $129.99. [Racked]

Gwyneth Paltrow is the face of Hugo Boss' new Boss Jour Pour Femme fragrance. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Clothing company DNAM, which manufactured Lindsay Lohan's 6126 legging line, is suing the actress for $5 million, saying her "drug-addled image" hurt sales. [Huffington Post]

Paco Rabanne announced that its artistic director for women's ready-to-wear, Lydia Maurer, who has headed the brand's relaunch over the last year, is departing. No reason was given in a news release that wished her well in future endeavors.

Fendi plans to mount an exhibit in July of photographs taken by designer Karl Lagerfeld of Rome's fountains. The exhibit will take place in Paris during Paris Couture Week. And the photos will be published in a coffee table book. [WWD]

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