Lady Gaga’s Shocking New Lyrics: Lady Gaga’s latest track was released during Wednesday evening’s Mugler fashion show, proving the runway presentation with a soundtrack that was… beyond interesting. The rap song has reportedly been digitally tuned to make Gaga’s sound like a man, and its lyrics address a few of the singer’s more recent tribulations like her controversial weight gain and that feud with Cathy Horyn. “Nicopanda got style trick, Cathy Horyn your style ain’t dick,” and “I’m gettin’ fat and so is my bank,” are some of the song’s choice lines. [Fashionista]
Prince Charles’s Flock of Sheep: A flock of sheep made an appearance in Bryant Park yesterday, turning New York Fashion Week’s former basecamp into an urban petting zoo. And it wasn’t by accident—the sheep came courtesy of Prince Charles. It was part of his Campaign for Wool, and marked the cause’s first year in the United States. [The Cut]
Ryan Lochte Is Still Trying The Fashion Thing: Ryan Lochte one-upped his weekend bender with Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino by spending Wednesday night with a flock of Vogue editors for dinner at The Lion in New York City. The Olympian then left to grab a casual round of drinks with designer Richard Chai, which has some people speculating that the two might be collaborating on Lochte’s upcoming clothing line. Or perhaps he’s just making cool friends. Who knows? [Page Six]
Chloé takes on the Alphabet: French fashion label Chloé is celebrating their 60th anniversary with an innovative online retrospective called the ‘Chloé Alphabet.’ Inspired by the house’s founder, Gaby Aghion, and her love for alphabetizing, the museum-like website offers 26 categories of unseen archival photos and videos, each one corresponding to a different letter. Every letter’s content will be exclusively released by a respected fashion blogger before appearing on the alphabet site. [Chloé]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new costume exhibition, PUNK: Chaos to Couture, tries to pay homage to the gritty, subversive, late-1970s movement. But has punk-inspired high fashion added to its legacy-or destroyed it?
Makeup for men is on the rise—and it’s no longer a taboo. Alessandra Codinha reports.