News Round-Up: Rihanna's 'Rebelle' Fragrance Debuts, Gaga 'Zombie Boy' Covers Up And More

Zombie Boy's Dermablend transformation. Credit: Courtesy Dermablend

• "Zombie Boy," the tattoed youth made infamous by his appearance in Lady Gaga's clip for "Born This Way," has partnerned with cosmetic brand Dermablend for a unique challenge: to cover his head-to-toe skeletal tattoos with their heavy-duty concealer. As you can see, it worked.

Stevie Nicks fans, listen up: Brooklyn-based fashion duo Rotter And Friends have created your dream t-shirt in partnership with fashion and art journal, Dossier. For $35, you can have a limited edition shirt based on one of illustrator Jess Rotter's watercolor renderings of the singer.

• Nike's video collaboration with U.K. singer Ellie Goulding, whom Rolling Stone interviewed last month, is out. The athletically-inclined singer used the short doc, entitled "Music Runs Ellie," to explore her mutual passions for running and music. Goulding completed a Half Marathon – and a new song, "Run Into The Light," produced by Alex Metric. Watch the video below:

• Rihanna's launching a new fragrance, the naughtier counterpart to her debut scent, Fleur. Dubbed Rebelle, it explores the singer's dark and sensual side (traits also excercised in her recent videos). The first of two perfumes that will explore the singer's duality, Rebelle – named after the nickname the star's grandmother gave her as a young girl – explores Rihanna's mysterious and sensual side and reportedly smells like coffee beans and vanilla. "My new fragrance is about taking control but still being a lady," the singer says. "I love its duality." Rebelle hits stores next Spring.

• In other RiRi news: supermodel Agyness Deyn is the woman behind the ominous voiceovers in the beginning of Rihanna's "We Found Love" clip. You may remember Deyn's own attempt at a music career, with a stint with NYC band Five O'Clock Heroes

Jay-Z's label Rocawear has a new cologne called Evolution out on the market — and its video campaign is turning heads with a shirtless Trey Songz. The R&B singer's music doesn't feature into the commercial, but something tells us his fans won't mind.