Link Love: Ga Ga Goes Gaga. Oval Office Casual, and Anorexia Art

pmlinks-0121.jpgTake a peek into the Hussien Chalayan exhibit. Careful not to let dresses poke your eyes out. (Coutorture)
Indeed, these are the ugliest shoes ever—we say that as professionals in the field of ugly. (The Frisky)
Kelly Cutrone is practically giving away runway shows this year. (WSJ)
Artist Ivonne Thein creates a digital, pictorial exploration of Pro-Ana chic. Scary. Fascinating. Informative. (Lemondrop)
"I certainly respect the Constitution," said the Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi who tried pass a no-saggy-pants law, "but we have some issues that are much bigger than the Constitution." As always, Democracy is it's own worst enemy. (Style List)
As we suspected, Lady Ga Ga has a bad case of the crazy mouth. (The Cut)
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Teen Vogue chats up Jason Wu who remains all atwitter about supplying Michelle Obama with her Inauguration Ball gown. (Teen Vogue)
Meanwhile, Barack Obama wore a sharp, tailored bulletproof suit for the Inauguration yesterday—like Iron Man but with more wool. (Engadget)
While you ponder that, check out this Vice interview with the the master of bulletproof suiting. (VBS)
Of course, once he puts away the Kevlar, Obama's Oval Office is casual-Friday style/ (HuffPo)

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