August 23 2014

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An Interior Designer Captures Iconic Hair Moments in Clay; Gaga Gets a Rainbow Brite Makeover; and More



From fly-girl hair to a Vanilla Ice-inspired fade, interior designer and potter Jonathan Adler pays homage to his favorite styles with his Utopia line of reversible coffee cups. You could opt for the mullet mug, which is all business [man] in front and party [girl] in the back, or the infamous Flock of Seagulls forehead fluff on one side and New Wave ‘do on the other. No matter which way you sip it, getting your morning jolt of caffeine is now a hair-raising experience. []

The Man Repeller, Leandra Medine, wondered what would happen if Grace Coddington sported Anna Wintour’s signature bob, and the Vogue EIC sat front-row as a ginger. We can only imagine that the fashion world would be turned on its head. []

Lady Gaga stepped out in L.A. yesterday wearing colorful face paint (reminiscent of her first single cover for upcoming album Artpop) and sporting dark, slicked-back hair. To us, it looks like the muse for her latest look might be the late Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight. [The Cut]

Not only did Victoria Beckham reveal to Vogue Australia that she gets the jitters when presenting a new collection, but she’d also rather tend to her arches than hit the town in one of her signature body-con dresses. “Honestly, once the children are in bed, I’d rather work or shove on a face pack and pluck my eyebrows. By the time Brooklyn’s finally gone to bed, it’s all I’m fit for,” she told the glossy. [Grazia.Daily.Co.UK]

Photo: Courtesy of Jonathan Adler

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