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Jean Paul Gaultier Jumps on the Androgyny Bandwagon: In JPG’s latest ad campaign, Karolina Kurkova goes in for a smooch with blonde bombshell Andrej Pejic, a male model (yes, male) known for his feminine look who walked in the designer’s menswear show rocking a dress. Huffington Post Gaga's Meat Dress For Your Doll: Japanese toy company Bandai enlisted a London College of Fashion student to create pint-sized versions of Lady Gaga’s most iconic get ups. The most difficult to construct? The infamous meat dress of course! Using Parma ham, the mini dress took the student two weeks to finish. Telegraph Miuccia Prada Doesn't Use a Computer: The designer also really likes China and is considering politics as a future career. WWD, subscription required. Bryan Boy Isn't the Only One Making Money: Susanna Lau of Style Bubble dishes on how she made her popular blog a viable business. Up and coming bloggers--take note. Business of Fashion
While the biggest mainstream fashion news unearthed over the weekend seems to be the rumor of Anna Wintour receiving the Legion d'Honneur, the style blogosphere is rife with good bits. This morning, Sea of Shoes' Jane Aldridge revealed that she's been hanging out in New York and was photographed by Garance Dore for an upcoming spread/campaign of some sort. Style Bubble's Susie Lau was also in town, so we're speculating that she too may be involved. We're also going to assume that it's for an advert, not an editorial, given the exposure these ladies have already received in the glossies. But we're sure whatever it is, it's bound to look lovely... Over in TaviTulle's world, it's all about ALT and Miu Miu.