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Donatella Versace Attends Super Bowl for Lady Gaga [Daily Mail]
Fashion met football last night when Donatella Versace flew to Houston to see her pal Lady Gaga perform—in sparkly, bedazzled Versace—at the half-time show during Super Bowl 51. The designer uploaded a backstage pic with Gaga on Instagram, racking up 74,000 likes in just a number of hours.
Tiffany & Co. CEO Exits [BoF]
Tiffany & Co. CEO Frederic Cumenal has left the company, and will be replaced by Michael Kowalski temporarily while the board searches for a new exec.
Meet the Anna Wintour of the Middle East [The Cut]
Get to know Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, the first editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia who really is a royal!
Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Think He’s a Fashion Icon [Fashionista]
The senator discussed Balenciaga’s Fall 2017 menswear runway, which referenced his campaign, with Jake Tapper on CNN’s State of the Union.
Mickey Boardman’s Time as a Miss Universe Judge [The New York Times]
Paper magazine’s editorial director dishes on his trip to Manila where he served as a judge at the 2017 Miss Universe Pageant. “I have been obsessed with beauty pageants since I was 6 years old….for me, they are the entertainment and glamour equivalent of the United Nations.”