Pregnant Marisa Miller Likes Pilates: Pregnant Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Marisa Miller poses topless for Allure’s website, looking pretty much like her old self, save the expanding stomach. “I did Pilates five times a week during my second trimester, but it’s so modified now, mostly stretching and breathing. It’s easy to feel swollen and puffy, and moving really helps with circulation,” she told the magazine of her prenatal workout routine. This will be the first child for Miller, who is reportedly due “basically any minute.” [Allure]
Lady Gaga’s Splurges on Jacko Merch: Lady Gaga has purchased 55 items formally worn by Michael Jackson at auction—and considering her wardrobe preferences, the items seem like a worthy investment. “The 55 pieces I collected today will be archived & expertly cared for in the spirit & love of Michael Jackson, his bravery, & fans worldwide,” Gaga tweeted about her acquisitions. [Vogue UK]
Nicolas Ghesquière Tweets? He’s been under-the-radar since officially leaving Balenciaga on Friday, but it seems that Nicolas Ghesquière may have resurfaced today…on Twitter. W magazine’s Edward Enninful tweeted a warm welcome to @TWNGhesquiere, which has already amassed over 900 followers despite not having tweeted a single word. The Ghequière account is not yet verified, but it’s following eleven important fashion people including Pierre Hardy, Charlotte Rampling, and Enninful himself. [Twitter]
Gossip Girl’s $4,000 Headbands: Now that Gossip Girl is coming to a wrap, Blair Waldorf headband outfitter Jennifer Behr is selling a box set of the Queen B’s biggest hair accessory hits from the past six seasons. The multipack of eight is selling for cool $4,000. [Fashionista]
Topshop Teams with Kate Bosworth: Kate Bosworth stars in Topshop’s very first Christmas movie, singing her own rendition of “Winter Wonderland” in a sparkly gown that she helped design with the Topshop team. “This project brings together two important aspects of my life: cinema and fashion,” she said. The short film was directed by Bosworth’s fiancé Michael Polish, and its soundtrack will be made available on iTunes. [WWD]
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.