Demi Lovato goes topless and more fashion news!
Welcome to the weekly fashion round-up, where we bring you the latest on supermodels, style, designers and everything in-between!
Who is intimidated by Jennifer Aniston's super hot bod? How does Scarlett Johansson get that flawless skin?
But first up, we have the stunning Zoe Saldana who now wants a short hairdo!
Star Trek star Zoe Saldana says she is planning to cut her hair short.
The 34-year-old actress said that she gets bored with her hairstyle easily and is debating whether she should chop her long locks off into a fashionable pixie cut, reported Contactmusic.
"At some point I might just want to chop it all off and go really short. I'll just wake up in the morning and, well ... you know," she said.
"If I want to chop off my hair, I'll take scissors and do one side before I even go to the hairdresser. It's all about trusting my instincts. Plus, that way I can't change my mind," Saldana said.
The star also revealed she is keen to give her hair a break by letting it revert to its natural Afro style.
"It's been eight months since my last straightening treatment, and I'm going to let it all grow. It's been a long time since I've woken up with my hair looking like an Afro. I can't wait to have that again," she said.
Image: Zoe Saldana
Photographs: Calvin Klein Envy campaign
Scarlett Johansson washes her face with vinegar
Scarlett Johansson uses apple cider vinegar to cleanse her face as she believes it keeps her spots at bay.
The 28-year-old actress said the product can be harsh on skin, but it has been effective to her skin, reported Contactmusic.
"I researched natural skincare and found that apple cider vinegar is really effective. Using it as a toner can be harsh, but if you have breakouts it can be really healing."
Johansson also recommends using lipsticks with built-in conditioners to get her trademark stand-out red lips.
"My lipsticks have conditioner on the inside so if you like to wear red or coral lipstick, like me, you're not using a dry red, which can be chalky," Johansson said.
Photographs: Cover of Vogue
Amy Adams likes to keep her style simple
The Master actress Amy Adams describes her personal style as effortless and says practicality is the key when it comes to her clothes.
The 38-year-old does not like to seem too try-hard when she's putting an outfit together, reported Contactmusic.
"I try to keep it pretty simple. I don't want to look as though I'm trying too hard. I want to be comfortable, but at the same time I also like to look elegant and feminine.
"I try to make it look as effortless as possible -- that's important to me, especially now that I'm a mom. I want my clothes to be functional, but at the same times very chic," she said.
The actress also believes women look more striking without make-up.
"I think beauty comes from many sources. It's important to look beyond make-up and all the things that women do and put on, and to look at the truth of who they really are.
"I think a woman in her natural state is at her most beautiful. Somebody who embodies self-acceptance is more beautiful than anything," she added.
Photographs: Cover of Elle
Did Hayden Panettiere go under the knife?
Hayden Panettiere, who was seen sporting a bikini body while frolicking on Miami Beach during her 2013 Easter vacation, also showed off what seemed to be a modest breast enlargement.
Rumours had swirled in 2010 that the 23-year-old actress, who is dating heavyweight boxing world-champion Wladimir Klitschko, had gotten breast implants, though they were never confirmed, the New York Daily News reported.
But her new photographs showed a small indentation on her chest, suggesting that implants may have caused her skin to stretch.
In a 2009 beach photo, Panettiere had a noticeably smaller chest and by speculation, she may have gone up only one or two cup sizes.
Image: Hayden Panettiere
Photographs: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
I bought clothes from charity shops: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has revealed that she used to buy her clothes from charity shops.
The 25-year-old said that was the only thing she could afford and she enjoyed finding bargains, reported Digital Spy.
"British girls love a good vintage find. Before I was modelling that's what I could afford. I would go through charity shops to find things. I love how it tells a story.
You look at these exquisite pieces like art and wonder where this was or who was in this 50, 60 years ago. It's very romantic," she said.
Whiteley also discussed the lingerie collection she has designed for Marks & Spencer.
"It's been exciting and fulfilling - much more than I thought. I'd always wanted to design -- it's why I got into modelling -- but I love going up to the headquarters and learning, learning, learning.
"I know lingerie because I've worn it professionally for 10 years. I've learnt how women's bodies work, I've learnt how my body works," she added.
Image: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Photographs: Cover of Elle India, August 2011
Heidi Klum releases T-shirts designed by son
Model Heidi Klum has teamed up with Babies 'R' Us to release a line of personalised T-shirts designed by her six-year-old son Johan.
The 39-year-old revealed the "fun, monster themed" T-shirts created by her son as part of the exclusive 'Truly Scrumptious by Heidi Klum' collection, reported Womens Wear Daily.
"Johan is super creative, and I knew I wanted to incorporate his whimsical and imaginative designs into my Truly Scrumptious collection in a very special way," she said.
The mother-of-four launched the T-shirts to help inspire creativity among children while raising awareness of Babies 'R' Us' charitable partner, Save the Children.
"I'm so proud as a mum and a designer to introduce this one-of-a-kind assortment of t-shirts to Babies 'R' Us customers in conjunction with my all-new summer apparel collection."
Image: Heidi Klum
Photographs: Ian Gavan/Getty Images for MTV
Models eat tissues to stay skinny!
Kirstie Clements, who was fired from her job as editor-in-chief of Vogue Australia last year has released a book, in which she has exposed the dark side of the fashion publishing industry.
In her book, The Vogue Factor, she has detailed disturbing methods fashion models use to maintain their shape — from starving models on IV drips to photoshopping models to "get rid of bones" and make them appear healthier.
Clements told Entertainment Tonight that some models even eat tissue to stay thin, even though they swell in the stomach.
Clements told the channel that while most people accuse editors of photoshopping images for the girls to look slimmer, on occasion, things used to turn the other way around.
Clements' sudden departure from Vogue last year, after 10 years of leading the magazine, was part of a "cultural change" at the company. She was replaced by former Harper's Bazaar editor Edwina McCann.
In the book, she discusses how eating disorders are rampant in modeling, but how editors never know what's really going on with the models they work with.
"That's the insidious part of eating disorders," Clements told ET.
Clements insists that the book is "larger than just skinny models."
"(It) has a lot of truths about what happens in fashion publishing," she said. "It's an honest account of what goes on."
Image: Pic for representational purpose only
Photographs: Courtesy Matrix Models and (right) Topshop ad campaign
Brooklyn Decker bowled over by Jennifer Aniston's flawless body
Brooklyn Decker has admitted that she feels so intimidated by Jennifer Aniston's stunning body that she would like to have her as a body double.
The Victoria's Secret model revealed in an interview with Women's Health that the Friends star's beauty made her feel nervous when they co-starred in 2011 comedy flick Just Go With It, New York Post reported.
The 25-year-old said that she couldn't help but admire her flawless body during their time together on set.
She asserted that she was a bit awestruck by the 44-year-old's glow and how active she is.
"I was invited to do yoga with her on set but they had so many good yogis I was intimidated and chickened out," she said.
Image: Brooklyn Decker
Photographs: Cover of Esquire Magazine
Snooki gives Kim Kardashian advice on how to look 'glam' while giving birth
Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi who became a mom last August has offered pregnant Kim Kardashian some tips for a fashionable delivery.
Speaking as MTV''s celebrity baby correspondent, the 25-year-old gave Kardashian video tips on looking glam when bringing her baby into the world, People Magazine reported.
While waiting to dilate, there's plenty of time to apply makeup, Polizzi said.
"I waited 27 hours and the whole time I just put on makeup and watched cartoons," she said.
Hospitals are 'boring' with blank white walls so a nice pink or red lip is key to looking your best, the reality star advises.
But she asked Kardashian to stay away from the nudes.
"Remember to bring an extra pair of eyelashes in your purse in case you are not at home when your water breaks," the petite Jersey Shore star asked Kardashian.
She suggests bringing a whole box just as she did.
Polizzi said hospital gowns are ugly and advised Kardashian to bring her own, suggesting something leopard print and Dolce 'n' Gabbana to spice up her birthing look.
A nice pair of diamond studs are a must to "look really cute," Polizzi added.
She further asked Kardashian to carry a scarf to hide a puffy face, and not to forget getting her pedicures done before the delivery date as her feet will be literally in the air for everyone to see.
Image: Snooki with her son Lorenzo
Photographs: Nicole Polizzi/Twitter
Modelling a tough job: Cara Delevingne
Supermodel Cara Delevingne, who has been in the fashion world for almost three years now, finds walking the ramp difficult.
The 20-year-old has already walked in an impressive 40 catwalk shows across the globe this season but she said that it is not as easy as it appears, reported Interview magazine.
"This modelling thing, it is pretty easy, but actually it is also really tough. I mean, this has been really tough. I think when I started modelling three years ago, it was just a job, and I was so excited, everything was so new, so crazy," Delevingne said.
"I didn't over think anything. I just did it and enjoyed myself along the way. But after a few seasons, you get used to it, and there is a lot you actually have to think about, and, I don't know, it just makes you much more aware of what you look like and what other people think. It is a bit of a nightmare," she added.
Image: Cara Delevingne
Photographs: Tony Gentile/Reuters
Demi Lovato goes topless
Demi Lovato revealed her highly anticipated album's cover on Sunday on her website DemiWhiteOut.com, shocking her fans with a sexy, topless look.
On the cover, the 20-year-old actress and singer is covered in silver body paint, as she shoots an intense look at the camera, Fox News reported.
Lovato's fans -- aka the Lovatics -- are also anticipating the premiere of her music video for Heart Attack.
Image: Demi Lovato
Justin Bieber wears 'normal pants' in Teen Vogue
Justin Bieber, who was rumoured to have drop-crotch pants addiction, has finally donned normal pants in Teen Vogue's May issue.
Bieber can be seen in a number of pensive poses throughout the magazine as he even reveals the one thing he always wears: Le Labo Santal 33 cologne.
In the interview by People magazine, Bieber, who addressed all the unusual stories about himself, said that he embraces his critics.
The 'Baby' singer said that every time a hater visits his YouTube page, he gets four cents.
"So tell the haters to keep hating, keep commenting, because I'm making money," he added.
Image: Justin Bieber
Photographs: Cover of Teen Vogue