Alexander Wang Models with a Ram, Lady Gaga Wears a Sheer Bodysuit on Date Night, and Inditex Co-Founder Dies

Um, do you think Lady Gaga needs a bit of attention? The singer complemented her boyfriend's totally normal date night attire of jeans and a hoodie with a COMPLETELY SEE-THROUGH JEWELED BODYSUIT. {Us Weekly} Victoria Beckham covers the September issue of Harper's Bazaar Singapore, the mag that inspired her daughter's name (just kidding), in a slick, pinkish oxblood dress. {Fashion Gone Rogue} Alexander Wang poses for Annie Leibovitz with his new muse...a Merino Ram. The designer was photographed for The Woolmark Company's new campaign to promote the use of Merino wool as a luxury material (which Wang used in his Fall Winter '13 collection). Not a baaaa-d idea if you ask us! {Fashionista Inbox}
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Um, do you think Lady Gaga needs a bit of attention? The singer complemented her boyfriend's totally normal date night attire of jeans and a hoodie with a COMPLETELY SEE-THROUGH JEWELED BODYSUIT. {Us Weekly} Victoria Beckham covers the September issue of Harper's Bazaar Singapore, the mag that inspired her daughter's name (just kidding), in a slick, pinkish oxblood dress. {Fashion Gone Rogue} Alexander Wang poses for Annie Leibovitz with his new muse...a Merino Ram. The designer was photographed for The Woolmark Company's new campaign to promote the use of Merino wool as a luxury material (which Wang used in his Fall Winter '13 collection). Not a baaaa-d idea if you ask us! {Fashionista Inbox}
Photo: Annie Leibovitz for The Woolmark Company

Photo: Annie Leibovitz for The Woolmark Company

Um, do you think Lady Gaga needs a bit of attention? The singer complemented her boyfriend's totally normal date night attire of jeans and a hoodie with a COMPLETELY SEE-THROUGH JEWELED BODYSUIT. {Us Weekly}

Victoria Beckham covers the September issue of Harper's Bazaar Singapore, the mag that inspired her daughter's name (just kidding), in a slick, pinkish oxblood dress. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Alexander Wang poses for Annie Leibovitz with his new muse...a Merino Ram. The designer was photographed for The Woolmark Company's new campaign to promote the use of Merino wool as a luxury material (which Wang used in his Fall Winter '13 collection). Not a baaaa-d idea if you ask us! {Fashionista Inbox}

Kate Bosworth subtly let it slip that her and fiancé Michael Polish will tie the knot this month. Let the speculation over the style icon's dress begin! Our bet is something custom-made from pals like Olivier Theyskens or the Proenza boys. {E! Online}

Cara Delevingne wore a tiny spoon around her neck... which obviously means she's back on the white powder, according to gossip sites. {Stupid Famous People}

Stiffler's Mom, AKA Paulette from Legally Blonde, AKA Jennifer Coolidge, refuses to wear Spanx because they make her nauseous. {NY Post}

Rosalia Mera, the co-founder of Zara's parent company Inditex, has died. She was Spain's richest woman, and her ex-husband is the third richest person on the planet. {Business of Fashion}

Nike was accused of racism in New Zealand and Australia because a print on its leggings was kind of similar to a Samoan Pe'a male tattoo. They pulled the leggings--but was it warranted? {Vogue UK}

L'Oreal is bidding on skincare company Magic Holdings so it can continue its expansion in new markets like China, Latin America, and Africa, and counteract the stagnancy the company has seen in North America and Western Europe. {The Guardian}

Designer Julien Macdonald may appear on the UK's version of Dancing with the Stars, which is hilariously called Strictly Come Dancing. Not sure why that's hilarious, but it is. {Vogue UK}

Grab your stylish boyfriend (or self) and head to Las Vegas to preview looks from Portugal's leading menswear company, Dielmar, at the MRket trade show in The Venetian. {WWD}

It's a sad day Down Under. Australian designer Alannah Hill heartbreakingly leaves her self-named label, and a retail strategist speculates it's because there's no market in Australia for fashion at price points that fall between high-street and luxury. {The Guardian}