Burberry Pokes Its Friends, Thakoon Branches Out, and Brilli’s Timeless Timepiece


Given the warm weather outside, we thought we'd indulge in a little late-season poolside fun with Naty Chabanenko and Hugh Lippe in the pages of
. Don't forget your fur coat and swimfins. (Fashion Gone Rogue)

Lady Gaga will appear as a "Marc Jacobs-clad witch" in the pages of December
in an Annie Leibovitz-shot editorial in which a fashionable Hansel and Gretel cook her alive in a furnace. (The Cut)

Burberry has created a social networking arm of its extensive marketing division, because that is apparently the only way you can sell trench coats these days. (Racked)
Jewelry, menswear—Thakoon does it all. (StyleCaster)
Brokelyn teaches us how to smell like Kate Moss on the cheap. No, it doesn't involve unfiltered cigarettes and Prosecco. (Brokelyn)
On the subject of Ms. Moss, she's recently kicked her longtime hairdresser James Brown to the curb after he violated the sacred stylist/client privilege by exploiting her for a reality TV show. (Daily Mail UK)
Again, the rumors of a Madonna/Jesus wedding swirl and, again, we need to see a ring first. (BlackBook)
In other Ciccone news, the Material Girl has jumped ship from Louis Vuitton in order to star in Dolce & Gabbana's spring 2010 campaign. (The Cut)
Hey, you in the H&M hoodie, don't you know that "fast fashion is for losers"? We read it on the Internets, so it must be true. (PSFK)
Natalia Brilli's "Nolex" watch is a masterpiece of leatherwork too cool to bother with things like telling the actual time or date. (The Moment)

This history of Versace has it all—sex, clothes, death, drugs, beauty, scandal, and tons and tons of money going down a gold-rimmed drain. (Newsweek)

See more links…

More from Politics

R29 Original Series