Fashion Cheat Sheet

Unretouched Photos From Lady Gaga’s Versace Campaign Leak; Mary Katrantzou Collaborates With Adidas

Unretouched Photos of Lady Gaga Leak: On Wednesday, feminist website Jezebel published unretouched photos from Lady Gaga’s Spring 2014 Versace campaign, which features the performer—who reportedly requests all paparazzi retouch her images before making them public—with much less make-up, a darker complexion, and a lot less gloss than the final advertisement. Jezebel pulled a similar stunt in January when the site offered payment for the original photos of Lena Dunham's Vogue cover—which they also received and published. [The Telegraph]

Mary Katrantzou Collaborates With Adidas: Fashion designer Mary Katrantzou, who was named Elle’s 'Young Designer of the Year' in 2012, has entered a long-term partnership with sportswear brand Adidas. "I admire Mary's extraordinary sense of printing techniques, colors, and silhouette that will bring another amazing new aesthetic to the Adidas Originals women's collection," the company's creative director, Dirk Schoenberger, told British Vogue. Set to hit shelves in November, Katrantzou's collection will feature activewear and footwear. The designer follows in the collaborative footsteps of Pharrell Williams, Raf Simons, and Stella McCartney. [Vogue UK]

Prince William Called Kate "A Banana": It seems Prince William is not a fan of bright colors. With the world focused on the royal couple during their three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia, the fashion crowd has kept a close eye on Kate Middleton's wardrobe—something her husband has been quite vocal about. After saying Kate’s emerald Erdem coat was “a bit bright” on Monday, the Duke of Cambridge teased his wife about her yellow and white Roksanda Ilincic dress, telling her she “look[ed] like a banana. [E!Online]