Lady Gaga And Marc Jacobs Share The Cover Of V

  • A dejected, underwear-clad Lady Liberty-Gaga and a tuxedoed Marc Jacobs, shot by Mario Testino, cover V's newest issue. [NYDN]
  • Lanvin for H&M is happening! The men's and women's collections will hit over 200 stores worldwide on November 23. [WWD]
  • The women's wear will be designed by Alber Elbaz, and the men's wear will be designed by Lanvin's men's creative director, Lucas Ossendrijver. The collections, which are said to include shoes and accessories, will be unveiled on November 2. Elbaz, who once said of mass-market collections, "You don't want to be the stepsister. You want to be Cinderella. Show me one girl who wants to be the stepsister," now says: "What intrigued me was the idea of H&M going luxury rather than Lanvin going public. I thought it was a smart concept so I say 'I do.' This has been an exceptional exercise, where two companies at opposite poles can work together because we share the same philosophy of bringing joy and beauty to men and women around the world." You can see him on video, too. [Fashionologie]
  • Neither Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, nor Jimmy Fallon was particularly funny on the teevee last night. [Hulu]
  • Martha Stewart's planned interviews with Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, Tory Burch, and J. Crew's Jenna Lyons on her new show "Martha Stewarts Presents" are part of Stewart's plan to make herself over as a serious interviewer. "My favorite interviewers are Larry King [and] Barbara Walters, both of whom are kind of retiring," says Stewart. "Who's going to take their place as the serious, great interviewer? I'm throwing my name in there, because I love to talk to people." [NYPost]
  • In this Dolce & Gabbana ad, Matthew McConaughey proves he looks almost as good wearing clothes as we are willing to assume he does playing the bongos nude. [People]
  • Natalie Portman wore a beautiful red Rodarte dress to the Venice Film Festival premiere of Black Swan. But the dress, though very pretty, isn't asymmetrical and vividly ombré, it has no leather straps or tendrils, and it does not appear to be bleeding — and frankly, what kind of Rodarte is that? [Style.com]
  • The point of this article seems to be: Some people in San Francisco dress well, just like folks everywhere. [NYTimes]
  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against Abercrombie & Fitch over the retailer's decision not to hire an 18-year-old job applicant who wore a hijab to her interview. [WWD]
  • David Gandy thinks he is the first male model to ever be shortlisted for the British Fashion Council's annual Best Model award. He's up against Lara Stone and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. "I know Lara and Rosie and they're both gorgeous girls," says Gandy. "Lara's a great model — I think she'd really deserve it." [Vogue UK]
  • The other nominees include: Victoria Beckham, Mulberry, Pringle and Burberry, for Best Designer Brand; Erdem Moraglioglu, Christopher Kane and Phoebe Philo, for Designer of the Year; and Mary Katrantzou, Meadham Kirchhoff and Michael van der Ham, for best Ready-to-Wear. [Vogue UK]
  • AOL will be live-streaming each of the MAC at Milk fashion shows on its site StyleList. MAC at Milk started three seasons ago as an "edgy" competitor to the main, IMG fashion week; this time around, designers from Proenza Schouler to Vena Cava to Costello Tagliapietra are presenting their spring collections there. [WWD]
  • Miranda Kerr is clearly ever-so-slightly pregnant in this video. [The Cut]
  • The 1,500 people lucky enough to snap up tickets to the Fashion's Night Out fashion show at Lincoln Center on Tuesday will get to see Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bündchen, Naomi Campbell, Lily Donaldson, Karolina Kurkova, Adriana Lima, Angela Lindvall, Sasha Pivovarova and Coco Rocha strut their stuff in the (on sale now!!!1!) creations of 150 brands. Each prospective look for the show was given the thumbs-up/thumbs-down from la Wintour herself. [WWD]
  • In the fictional version of Fashion's Night Out, as seen by "Gossip Girl," Karlie Kloss and Hamish Bowles are on the planning committee. [Fashionologie]
  • Alexander Wang is rumored to be throwing an honest-to-God carnival, with rides and everything, for his after-party this season. Which we will naturally not be going to, because we are not cool like that. Last season, he closed down a gas station, hired Courtney Love to perform, and let his attendees raid the gas station's convenience store. [Fashionologie]
  • Tim Gunn, in his new book, says of Anna Wintour, "It's insane that people don't call her out on the things she does. Is it fear? I was certainly afraid of her. When her office called me, I thought I'd have to go into the witness protection program." He once saw the editor leave a fashion show by having her bodyguards carry her down six flights of stairs, rather than taking the lift or, um, walking. In fact, Gunn really lets it rip. On Alexis Stewart: "one of the angriest people I've ever met. [She] kept cursing under her breath in anticipation of her mother coming — 'goddamn bitch,' almost as if she had Tourette's syndrome." On Isaac Mizrahi: "A spoiled snob." On his father, an FBI agent who worked under the notorious closeted spymaster J. Edgar Hoover: "You have to wonder about the identity of an individual who's so blatantly homophobic." Gunn also says he himself has been celibate for over 20 years. [NYDN]
  • "Photography is getting as close as you can to real life, showing us things we don't normally see. These are people's most intimate moments, and sometimes intimacy is sad," said the late Corinne Day. Also: "I think fashion magazines are horrible. They're stale and they say the same thing year in and year out." [NYTimes]
  • This video of Kate Moss and her daughter, Lila Grace, being set upon by paparazzi at LAX might give you a seizure. Or just make you feel guilty for every tabloid you've ever read. [Racked]
  • Natalie Imbruglia has "designed" a £299 cashmere sweater with a lucky four-leaf clover on the back for the label Banjo & Matilda, presumably in hope that those who buy it never end up cold and shamed, lying naked on the floor. [Vogue UK]
  • Steven Alan has a collection for Dockers. [NYTimes]
  • And John Varvatos is said to be near finalizing the terms of a licensing deal with men's wear mega-company PVH. [WWD]
  • Proenza Schouler gave Harmony Korine carte blanche to make a short movie, and this is what the man behind the script to Kids and the movie Gummo came up with. [Proenza Schouler]