Visionaire Plugs In, Ungaro Disses LiLo, and Zahm On Display

Scott Schuman honored Veteran's Day with a shot of one off our country's distinguished servicemen. (The Sartorialist)
Even Emanuel Ungaro hated Lindsay Lohan's collaboration with his old line. That's gotta hurt. (Grazia)
So apparently the new Lady Gaga video is actually a scathing critique of the oft-ignored Russian white slave trade. Guess we missed that. (Pop Eater)
First there was the "Farrah". Then came the "Rachel". Now Gossip Girl hair is the order of the day. (NYT)
Those of you who love the nekkid ladies and hotel views of Purple Diary are in luck—Olivier Zahm will be presenting his first art show at Half Gallery next month. (BlackBook)
In the future, women will wear their bras inside their bodies. The future is gross. (Gizmodo)

You'll need a wall socket to truly appreciate the next issue of
. (HypeBeast)

Women by the hundreds are actually demanding the infamous Alexander McQueen "Armadillo" shoes. No, really. It's true. (StyleCaster)
Even though it's mass-market retail, Jean Paul Gaultier promises his Target collection will still be freaky deaky. (The Cut)
Doesn't Juicy Couture know that Halloween is over? Jeez. (Racked)

"In terms of what's selling at Louis Vuitton, the recession hasn't changed anything… obviously there are a lot of people suffering out there, but our sales are up and I haven't noticed that people's tastes have got more subdued. They may be buying less, but if anything, they want it to be even more special."—Interesting observations from Marc Jacobs. (Times UK)

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