By EW Staff
Updated October 28, 2013 at 07:58 PM EDT

A Hollywood legend is immortalized in doodle form, Jay-Z breaks his silence on the Barneys backlash, Rihanna wears nothing but snakes in her latest photo shoot, and more.

Read on for all of today’s style and design headlines.

Today’s Google doodle, pays tribute to legendary costume designer Edith Head on what would have been her 116th birthday. [Vogue]

Pharrell Williams shares the skincare tip he got from supermodel Naomi Campbell. [intothegloss]

On Saturday, Jay Z published a statement concerning the alleged use of racial profiling at Barneys New York and denied that he will pocket millions from his holiday retail partnership with the upscale department store. [The Cut]

What to get the person who has everything? How about a roll of 22-carat gold toilet paper, which sells for $1.3 million a roll. [Pursuitist]

Artist Damien Hirst directed Rihanna’s cover shoot for British GQ’s 25th anniversary issue, in which the singer channels Medusa with snakes for hair and a giant python wrapped around her neck. [HuffPost]

Couture gowns, designer ensembles, and other items from Grace Kelly’s wardrobe are part of the new exhibit “From Philadelphia to Monaco: Grace Kelly.” [StyleWatch]