GQ promises its story will explain what the hell, exactly, Campbell was thinking on the stand at Charles Taylor's trial, but we're not expecting much given the mag didn't press Campbell on the subject during their last interview. [GQ UK]
Lady Gaga's meat dress was named the top fashion moment of 2010 by the sartorial sages at Time, closely followed by M.I.A.'s burqa, and Venus Williams' lingerie-inspired French Open get-up. Let's discuss. [Time]
Courtney Lovehired Michael Mouris to create a short animated video about her life. Karl Lagerfeld comes to her and tells her she is "drowning in the kook," like a Teutonic fairy godmother of style. It is awesome. [WWD]
Marion Cotillard was shot, and apparently not retouched, by Bruce Weber for the cover of Italian Vanity Fair. Certainly it's preferable to that hackjob of a Vogue cover she was subjected to, but isn't the pose a bit awkward? [HuffPo]
Jessica Alba was so impressed by the 40-foot-tall lion at the Chanel show that she kept taking pictures of it. Anna Mouglalis said, "I feel like I'm inAlice in Wonderland!" Meanwhile, Beirut is "where it's all happening right now." [WWD]
Will Kell On Earth be renewed? "I don't really know what's going on," says Kelly Cutrone, and Bravo would not reveal the show's future. But Cutrone says she's already signed "a major deal" for a scripted network TV venture. [PRNewser]
Gianfranco Ferré died in 2007, but his label — where the clothes are strong, architectural and never trendy — lives on. Fall 2010 at Ferré is clearly for the tough-as-nails, bad-ass Alpha Woman: Nothing delicate or flowery here!