Louis Vuitton Scores Two 'Vogue' Covers, Lady Gaga to Launch Second Fragrance

Also, there's a picture of back hair waiting for you. Happy Monday!
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If you're hearing the Super Mario theme song while looking at this, we don't blame you. Photo: 'Vogue' Russia

If you're hearing the Super Mario theme song while looking at this, we don't blame you. Photo: 'Vogue' Russia

A not-immediately-recognizable Lindsey Wixson covers Vogue Russia wearing what we can only hope is a terrible wig, because otherwise homegirl looks like Toad from Super Mario. (Seriously, think about it.) Awful mushroom cut aside, Wixson is fall-ready in a look from Nicolas Ghesquiere's debut collection for Louis Vuitton. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Another September cover girl wearing Ghesquiere's designs for LV is Natalia Vodianova, who strikes a pose for Vogue Paris with some seriously frosty lips and even more serious cleavage. We're going to have to draw the line for '90s redux as frosted lipstick, guys. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Remember Lady Gaga? She's getting a second fragrance, called Eau de Gaga. Gaga Water. Sure. Anyway, unlike the first, this one promises to smell kind of normal, with a "heart of white violet and containing hints of leather and lime." {WWD}

Is back hair the new pubic hair? That question makes sense when you read this piece about how men are increasingly pressured to remove all their body hair. Just be warned: The lead pic is not for the weak of heart. Unless you're into a lot of body hair. Which you could be! And that's totally cool/the point of the article!{The Cut}

Mulberry held a Wilderness Festival picnic on Saturday, and who could make a better host than brand face/party girl Cara Delevingne? I mean, she wore dino-covered sunglasses, and if that doesn't say, "Let's party in an English garden" I don't know what does. The piece-de-resistance was a lorry on hand called the -- wait for it -- Cara-Van. Genius. {Telegraph}

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