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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.
Thanksgiving is all about spending quality time with family, friends, and food — and, of course, feverishly documenting the whole process. Thanks to Twitter and Instagram, we now know how our fave fashion insiders like Heidi Klum, Jourdan Dunn, and Derek Blasberg spent the holiday. One thing is for sure: there’s no denying that people in fashion eat.
As much as we love getting a deal, we just can’t stand waiting out in inclement weather on Black Friday. That’s why we normally sit tight until Cyber Monday but thankfully, retailers like Mackage, Dannijo, and Gap are discounting their online goods even before Monday.
Now that you’re about to tuck into what just might be the most major meal of the year, here’s some proof that you’re in good company.
From cherry pie polish to turkey tips to subtle autumnal manis, we’ve rounded up some of the best nail art ideas for your day of feasting, family, and giving thanks.
Last year, Sasha and Malia Obama wore some pretty snazzy outfits to pardon two turkeys for Thanksgiving at the White House. So, how’d they top the looks this year?
Because apparently not even family holidays are sacred anymore, department store Lord & Taylor has decided to one-up the competition by keeping its Fifth Avenue flagship open on Thanksgiving Day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Queen Elizabeth‘s Diamond Jubliee is the best. Well, anything Liz does is the best, and we’re more than happy to celebrate her 60 years on the throne.
If you shopped, cooked and ate all day Thursday, and then shopped all day on Black Friday, chances are you’re taking a holiday retail break today. But if that’s the case, the retail world would like to know why you’re not out there on Main Street buying things from small businesses.
It’s a day of thanks, a day of family, a day of watching football and parades on the television. But really, it’s a day of food. So while you’re prepping for this afternoon’s gastronomical marathon, we’ve rounded up some of fashion’s favorite faces and asked them what they’ll be stuffing themselves with tonight. Their answers vary from the traditional to the sweet to the downright debaucherous. Take a look and enjoy!
Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld aren’t the only fashion peeps who celebrated Thanksgiving this year. And like the common folk, they too tweeted their holiday adventures! Thakoon and Charlotte Ronson ate turkey, while Gaga made a cassarole and Rachel Zoe baked a pie. Tory Burch had a pretty peony-accented table, and Jessica Stam looked forward to Christmas.
This week was about more than just turkey and Black Friday! Dolce & Gabbana owe a cool billion, Prince William likes Kate in naughty dresses and Kim Kardashian has a thing for toilet paper. Willow got caught up in a messy knockoff scandal, and we could not escape the studded Loub.
Besides being a day of delicious food, family fights, and — for most of America — football, Thanksgiving is also a day of giving thanks. And while you’re supposed to be offering your gratitude to heartfelt things, like family (even though they fight), friends, and the turkey for being so delicious, we’ve also found there’s so shortage of fashionable things for which we would like to offer the most passionate and heartfelt of thanks: a slideshow!
You know who celebrates Thanksgiving? Anna Wintour! Yes, homegirl is an American citizen. And this year she wanted to teach her oh-so-Euro friend Karl how to celebrate the holiday in style. Join us as we regale you with the true tale of Karl Lagerfeld’s very first Thanksgiving.