Fashion News Roundup: A Closer Look at Gaga's Meat Dress, Tavi in the New Yorker, and Nordstrom (Hopefully) Comes to Manhattan

An Expert Analysis of Lady Gaga's Meat Dress: There may not be a designer name behind it, but these two real life butchers can tell you exactly what types of meat were used. "'It's the cheaper end cuts - not including her. You got about $100 of meat there,' said Mark Cacioppo, 30, of Queens." This must have been the least expensive outfit Gaga has ever worn--although, the Hello Kitty and Kermit the Frog dresses might have been comparable. {NY Daily News} Kate Moss Plays a Hindu Goddess: KM3D-1 (which stands for Kate Moss in 3D, we guess) is a film directed by Ballie Walsh that will premiere in London tomorrow. Based on these few behind-the-scenes snapshots, it seems to be a film about Kate Moss looking amazing, in 3-D. {NOWNESS} The Constant Analysis of Tavi Will Not Stop: There is an eight-page profile on Tavi Gevinson in the New Yorker. {New Yorker} A Real Nordstrom in Manhattan? Nordstrom is probably opening a Manhattan flagship within the next two years. As a Seattle-native and life-long Nordstrom devotee, I am freaking out and need this to happen. {WWD}
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An Expert Analysis of Lady Gaga's Meat Dress: There may not be a designer name behind it, but these two real life butchers can tell you exactly what types of meat were used. "'It's the cheaper end cuts - not including her. You got about $100 of meat there,' said Mark Cacioppo, 30, of Queens." This must have been the least expensive outfit Gaga has ever worn--although, the Hello Kitty and Kermit the Frog dresses might have been comparable. {NY Daily News} Kate Moss Plays a Hindu Goddess: KM3D-1 (which stands for Kate Moss in 3D, we guess) is a film directed by Ballie Walsh that will premiere in London tomorrow. Based on these few behind-the-scenes snapshots, it seems to be a film about Kate Moss looking amazing, in 3-D. {NOWNESS} The Constant Analysis of Tavi Will Not Stop: There is an eight-page profile on Tavi Gevinson in the New Yorker. {New Yorker} A Real Nordstrom in Manhattan? Nordstrom is probably opening a Manhattan flagship within the next two years. As a Seattle-native and life-long Nordstrom devotee, I am freaking out and need this to happen. {WWD}
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An Expert Analysis of Lady Gaga's Meat Dress: There may not be a designer name behind it, but these two real life butchers can tell you exactly what types of meat were used. "'It's the cheaper end cuts - not including her. You got about $100 of meat there,' said Mark Cacioppo, 30, of Queens." This must have been the least expensive outfit Gaga has ever worn--although, the Hello Kitty and Kermit the Frog dresses might have been comparable. {NY Daily News}

Kate Moss Plays a Hindu Goddess: KM3D-1 (which stands for Kate Moss in 3D, we guess) is a film directed by Ballie Walsh that will premiere in London tomorrow. Based on these few behind-the-scenes snapshots, it seems to be a film about Kate Moss looking amazing, in 3-D. {NOWNESS}

The Constant Analysis of Tavi Will Not Stop: There is an eight-page profile on Tavi Gevinson in the New Yorker. {New Yorker}

A Real Nordstrom in Manhattan? Nordstrom is probably opening a Manhattan flagship within the next two years. As a Seattle-native and life-long Nordstrom devotee, I am freaking out and need this to happen. {WWD}

Behind the Scenes: Emily Weiss, who you might remember as the Teen Vogue super intern who intimated the hell out of Lauren and Whitney on The Hills, launched a beauty blog that features lots of good behind-the-scenes fashion week stuff. {Into The Gloss} A New Zealander in New York: Karen Walker showed her SS '11 collection this morning in Manhattan, but the designer actually hails from down under. When she is in New York, her favorite spots to visit include Soho Grand and Steven Alan Annex (for kidswear). {Refinery29}

Speaking of Kid's Clothes, Stella McCartney is launching a kids line, along with a new website. Weirdly, the advertising campaign was shot by Ryan McGinley, who is perhaps best known for shooting photographs and short films of naked, drugged-up teenagers. {Stellamccartneykids.com}