August 22 2014

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140 posts tagged "Lady Gaga"

…Or You Could Just Set The TiVo


Stock up on executive fashion director Candy Pratts Price’s winter essentials, and you’ll be ready to brave even the coldest nights—a very good thing, since the parties stop for nobody, no matter how frostbitten she may be. But if you’re looking for an excuse to huddle by the fire at home for a night, here’s a pretty good one: Lady Gaga is making her much-vaunted guest appearance on Bravo’s Launch My Line tonight at 10 p.m. Die Gaga plus the always entertaining Caten twins of Dsquared²? It’s a free pass for couch-crashing—valid one night only.

Lindsay’s Used Clothes, Lacroix in Uniform, and More…


Since Lindsay Lohan‘s designs for Ungaro won’t be in stores for months, the actress is appeasing fans with an online sale of clothes straight from her own closet. Well, that’s a lifesaver. [Page Six]

Despite being reduced to a licensing operation earlier this month, Christian Lacroix and his designs are on track—er, tracks. The couturier is creating 20,000 uniforms for French railway workers, which will debut next month. [WWD]

Corset sales are up nearly 70 percent in the U.K., thanks in part to underwear-wearers like Lady Gaga and Rihanna; Selfridges recently sold out of a luxe Bordelle model in 24 hours. At $1,470 a pop, we hope that one came with a record deal. [WWD]

Uniqlo’s +J Spring 2010 collection will hit U.K. stores on January 7. Which means, London girls, you should have gotten in line last week. [Vogue U.K.]

Year in review: Karlie Kloss and Patrick Demarchelier snagged the most Vogue editorials this year, and that’s counting Nippon, Paris, Russia, and Australia. [Live Journal]

Yea, Nay, Or Eh?: Lily, No Shrinking Violet


How many trends is too many to pack into one outfit? When newly minted actress Lily Cole hit the press line to promote her new film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, she seemed to be combining three. Up top, the boyfriend blazer, in a smartly tailored double-breasted version that played nicely off her trademark coppery tresses. Down below, the thigh-high boots that stormed the runways for Fall. And in between—not much, actually. Well, Lady Gaga did her best to make the pants-free look a lock this year, and Lily seems to have signed right up. (It can’t have been too pleasant on one of the chilliest nights so far this season, but the veteran mannequin must be well used to suffering for fashion.) Has Cole hit a triple, or is she tri-ing too hard? Sound off in the comments below.

Photo: David X. Prutting / Patrick McMullan

Mostly-Models Edition


Move over, Madonna. Louis Vuitton’s new face for Spring is Lara Stone, who’s been shot by Steven Meisel rolling around in the dirt. Vuitton exec Antoine Arnault described the campaign as “fresh and summery,” hopefully to coincide with brighter times—because nothing says “financial rebound” like mud-caked finery. [WWD]

Meanwhile, Akris has a new face for Spring, too: Omnipresent Daphne Guinness, who rocks a jet-black bob. Badger stripe or no, the eccentric heiress is about as unlikely a client for the minimalist Swiss label as could be, but somehow it’s working. [Fashionista]

Lady Gaga opted for a floor-length red PVC gown, with enormous puff sleeves and matching eye decals, to meet Queen Elizabeth II of England. That’s a relief. We were worried she was going to go with something weird. [New York]

And an item we missed the first time around from Basel: Ryan McGinley recently hit Utah for a Winter Olympics shoot with outfits by…Rodarte. Theirs are some of the most flammable outfits we’ve ever seen, so here’s hoping the Olympic torch was kept at a prudent distance. [Hint Mag]

Yea, Nay, Or Eh: Lady Gaga At The ACE Awards


Lady Gaga accepted the Stylemaker Award from Marc Jacobs at last night’s Accessories Council ACE Awards, and her speech won’t soon be forgotten. She called Hedi Slimane “a palm tree” and David LaChapelle “a creature, a liberation, a half lie, a half truth.” Revealing the until-now unknown name of her Haus of Gaga designer, Matthew Williams, she said, “I call him Dada. He is my Jean-Paul Goode, my everything.” Alexander McQueen, the photographer Araki, and designer Nasir Mazhar also got shout-outs. But she saved the best for last: “Remember, the most important fashion accessory is a condom.” All of this came after she glided onto the stage and—poof—spilled white powder from her hands. “I felt like the outfit needed gloves, so Nicola [Formichetti, her stylist and “fuse”] painted me white. I guess that’s what happens when you don’t have the right accessories.” The real spectacle, though, was her getup. She was pants-less, as usual, and wore a satin bra and briefs (MJ Spring 2010?) over her button-down top. A swath of black lace covered her entire face and part of her huge platinum blond Afro. What do you think of her latest look? Too far-out? Not far enough?