Lady Gaga has worn everything from a dress made of fresh meat, a nun’s habit, and full-on drag to a machine gun bra and most recently, a giant triangular bird-like hairy headdress (how does one even describe this one?). So what could the queen of shock and awe possibly wear to top her wildest looks or compete with Miley Cyrus’ teddy bear ensembles complete with twerking? Nothing, of course!
The folks at Candy certainly know how to turn our head at the newsstand, considering that their seventh issue is covered by Marilyn Manson in drag. It is the first transveral style magazine, after all. Manson was shot by Steven Klein and shares cover duties with Lady Gaga who appears on the issue’s alternate cover.
Tavi Gevinson, The Role Model [Bullett]
The blogger turned media mogul on juggling her extracurricular activities, and homework…Pierre Cardin Debuted A Runway Collection For The First Time In 20 Years [Vogue UK]
The international show schedule doesnâ€™t pertain to this 91 year-old…A Few New Designer Duos To Keep Tabs On [T Magazine]
From sleek leather goods to a minimalist menswear label, these are names youâ€™ll want to remember.
It doesn’t come as much of a surprise that Lady Gaga was announced over the weekend as the “official” face of Versace’s Spring campaign. It’s the first time that Gaga has ever appeared in a campaign for any house. Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot the campaign in London with styling by Joe McKenna and hair by Garren. It’s hard to ignore that the Lady bears a bit of a resemblance to Donatella Versace in the two shots released. “I am honored that my friend Lady Gaga is the face of our new Versace campaign,” Donatella says. “I wanted to capture her true beauty and spirit in images that are elegant and alluring. She is like family to me, the embodiment of the Versace DNA.” Clearly the love is mutual, considering that Gaga turned out a song called “Donatella” on her recent Artpop album.
Lady Gaga takes on the cover of Glamour’s always eagerly anticipated Woman of the Year issue and talks to Andy Cohen in a Q&A interview. Gaga opens up about those pesky comparisons to Madonna and takes the high road. “Truthfully, all of that stuff is nonsense,” she explains. “It did upset me when I saw a lot of young people fighting on the Internet [about it].
Rihannaâ€™s Costume Designer And Co-Collaborator, Adam Selman, Will Debut His Own Collection At Fashion Week [Telegraph]
Following the duoâ€™s successful run at River Island, Selman got to urge to continue with commercial design…The Full Set Of Robert Pattinson For Dior Homme Ads Are Finally Here [The Cut]
Shot by Nan Goldin, the ads for the new fragrance donâ€™t even feature a hint of the scent’s bottle…Ken Paves, Hairstylist To The Stars, Reveals That Victoria Beckham Is Surprisingly Low Maintenance [Grazia]
When you factor in that heâ€™s worked with Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga, this statement isn’t quite as shocking.
The Lady was less Gaga and more Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta at Devil’s Heaven: The 20th annual Watermill Center summer benefit on Saturday night (aka, an event that brings out all the important kids to the Hamps). Gaga rubbed elbows with Winona Ryder, Alan Cumming, Lindsey Wixson, Stefano Tonchi, Cindy Sherman, Harry Brant, Lisa Perry, Jamee Gregory
If the world’s top fashion darlings are going to trek to the Hamptons for a benefit, you’d best believe they’re going to want a show out of it. Do dozens of nearly nude bodies, covered in colorful paint strokes a show, count as a show? Such was the scene at the Water Mill Center’s 20th Anniversary fundraiser.
(NEW YORK) Ryan Reynolds Uses Wife Blake Lively As Stylist [Grazia UK]
The best dressed duo don’t pay a dime in stylist fees
Chanel Tops List Of Fashion Luxury Brands In China [Vogue UK]
Other brands on that list include BMW, Estee Lauder, and Hermes
Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Taylor Swift and Madonna Make It Into Forbes List Of Most Powerful Celebrities [Forbes]
And Oprah Winfrey slips back into the number one position
Which Fashion E-Commerce Model Is Working Most Efficiently? [Business of Fashion]
It’s time to capitalize on this $41 billion dollar industry
That Mysterious Streaker Who Stole The Show At Dolce & Gabbana Is Identified [The Cut]
He goes by ‘Miky The Streaker’ and usually wears suits and ties