If you're a fan of Lady Gaga's style, then you'll be pleased to know that the prospect of her launching her own clothing line is definitely on the horizons.
In the latest issue of Flare, the singer confirmed that the collection will come “at some point". She went on to explain that, "Right now, I’m more concerned with using my fame to promote young designers such as Gary Card, an artist who designed a piece I used on stage.” It looks like we're not the only people who think it will be succesful, as Gaga bodly said, “There hasn’t been a commercial artist lately that has embodied avant-garde and couture so insistently as myself.”
Ciara and Michelle Borth both opted for red 'dos at the TXT L8TR campaign event hosted by the singer and ELLE magazine. Penelope Cruz also chose the colour for her trouser suit to attend the UK premiere of her new movie, 'Broken Embraces' at Somerset House today.
Of the new-retro singers, Duffy is pretty much what Mandy Moore was to the girl pop stars of the late '90s. (Amy Winehouse is Xtina, natch, and although she's a non-lipsynching musical genius, Adele has to be Britney because you always get the impression she could go a bit wild.)
Duffy went to Sweden this weekend for Stockholm's 'Where the Action Is' music festival, and she seems to be going a bit more modern with her hairstyle. Do you like her going more natural, or do you miss the beehive?
Well, that's what she's trying to tell TV networks. Jessica Simpson is reported to be working on a reality show called 'The Price of Beauty', which sees the singer and a friend travel the world to see what people find pretty and why. Plastered across the tabloids for her fluctuating weight, Simpson wants to expore how women's bodies are scrutinised.
So far, the show hasn't been picked up by network bosses. Would you watch?
While some criticise Amy Winehouse's style (okay maybe that's an understatement) the fashion industry have gone crazy for her. All I need to remind you of is Karl Largerfeld taking inspiration from the singer's beehive hairstyle for the models at his London Chanel show. Enough said.
Whatever you think of the 'Rehab' star, she is definitely making an impact on popular culture regardless of her drunken outbursts. Want evidence of that? Br(IT) design duo PPQhave asked the singer to design a capusle collection for the brand.
I know you are a style icon for many, Rihanna, but I'm not sure about this one. The Bajan singer went androgynous on us in a black puff-sleeve suit, white ruffle shirt and black bow tie by Dolce & Gabbana at the “Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.