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Today it was announced that, after two years at the helm, Nicola Formichetti is parting ways with the house of Thierry Mugler. Tear. As for what’s next for the French house, a statement from the company indicates that they’ll be releasing a plan soon “that builds on its highly successful legacy in fragrance and its new momentum in fashion.” Until then, however, let’s reminisce over what the last two years have brought us in the fantastical, futuristic world of Formichetti’s Mugler.
It’s Lady Gaga‘s 27th birthday today! To celebrate, we’ve rounded up Mother Monster’s most out-there covers to date, from her hair-raising (and pink-haired) appearances on Vogue, to the locked-and-loaded lingerie she donned for Rolling Stone.
We don’t know about you, but we were so caught up in the excitement of Monday’s inaugural balls (and, of course, that inaugural gown) that we forgot that last night held even more excitement in the capital. President Obama honored thousands of White House and campaign staffers at one final celebration Tuesday night, and enlisted what he called a “couple of people who are pretty good musicians — Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett.”
Lady Gaga, Kelly Osbourne, and Sharon Osbourne are three very outspoken women in the entertainment industry, and they’ve all just decided to take their feud over bullying and body image very public.
Lady Gaga and Terry Richardson are kind of a match made in provocateur heaven, so it should come as no surprise that the pair are joining forces to take their partnership to the big screen with a film documenting the pop star’s life and the making of her upcoming album “ARTPOP”.
It’s Treat Yo Self 2012! Or at least, that’s what Lady Gaga thinks — girl just bought herself over $220,000 worth of furs in Moscow, Russia.
Lady Gaga just doesn’t get a break — not even on Thanksgiving. Thirty-five fans decided to pay Mother Monster a visit in Peru, but they didn’t just stand outside her rental pad with some homemade signs. Instead they broke into Gaga’s rental crib.
This weekend, the mega popstar uploaded a video onto her Little Monsters site which shows her dancing around in a hot dog costume to Edith Piaf‘s “La Vie, L’Amour”, amongst other things.
While Lady Gaga calls the media attention she received following her 30-pound weight gain “f*cking ridiculous,” Beth Ditto, whose body has been a central part of her celebrity ever since she first rose to fame as the lead singer for Gossip, has a different point of view entirely.
Lady Gaga has been pretty outspoken about her recent weight gain, and we’re on her side of things. However, in a recent interview with Stylist mag, she made an offhand remark about Adele, which didn’t quite sit well with us.
Mother Monster totally took us by surprise with a recent appearance in the Versace safety pin dress that Elizabeth Hurley made famous back in 1994. So we’ve gotta ask: who wore it best?
Remember when Lady Gaga defended her friend Oscar de la Renta in his beef (pun intended) with Cathy Horyn? We all kind of rolled our eyes, but, Mother Monster is not done! She’s taking this silly misunderstanding one step further with a rap song that she debuted at Nicola Formichetti‘s Mugler show.
In the wake of a weight gain controversy, most celebrities respond with either vitriol or a giant shrug heaved in the direction of the press. But of course, Lady Gaga isn’t most celebrities.
And now Cathy Horyn‘s boyfriend Art Ortenberg has thrown himself into the Oscar de la Renta/Horyn fray. What started out as a simple review that was lost in translation has turned into a much bigger deal.
Fragrance reviews are silly, but sometimes, fragrance marketing is even sillier. What do “playful past times” and “nostalgia” really smell like? So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our own fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest sample to land on our desk. This week, we’re sniffing Lady Gaga‘s Fame, which she planned to smell like an ‘expensive hooker‘.
The Lady has spoken in the ongoing (and, yes, rather silly) dispute between Oscar de la Renta and Cathy Horyn that began when the former took out a full-page ad in WWD rebuking Horyn’s column that called him “far more a hot dog than an éminence grise of American fashion” and countering with the accusation that his critic could be fairly called “a stale 3-day-old” hamburger.”