Robert Pattinson Covers 'Vanity Fair' (With Gator), Kirsten Dunst Poses (With Lion) for Bulgari Fragrance Ad Campaign, And More Fashion News

Robert Pattinson on the April 2011 cover of 'Vanity Fair.'
Photo: Courtesy of 'Vanity Fair'

Robert Pattinson was shot by Annie Leibovitz for the April cover of Vanity Fair. With the alligator draped around his neck, he's looking more Indiana Jones than Edward-esque. We're guessing that's the point. {ONTD}

• Hear her roar! Kirsten Dunst got cozy with a lion in the ad campaign for Bulgari's newest fragrance, Mon Jasmin Noir. {Sassy Bella}

• A new study from Cambridge found that women are more likely to buy something if the model hawking it reflects their age, size, and race. So, why does the one-and-only Kate Moss get all the ad campaigns? {Glamour}

Chris Brown took a page out of Sisqo's notebook. The singer died his 'do blond over the weekend. Shock and awe ensued. {Us}

• Talk about a win-win situation—Anne Hathaway was reportedly paid $750,000 to wear Tiffany & Co. bling to Sunday night's Oscars. {Coco Perez}

• Looking for a smokin' hot ensemble? Wear kids clothes, like actress Megan Fox who borrows her stepson's tees on the regular. {Glamour}

• If you live in Paris, New York, London, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong, or Los Angeles, keep your eyes peeled on March 5—YSL will be handing out its annual Manifesto in tote bags to lucky passersby. {T Magazine}

Kim Kardashian revealed that it took her three hours to prep for Oscars night. Excessive? Just a little. {Us}