Fashion News Roundup

Lady Gaga's latest fashion shoot, Madonna in couture, and more

Does the fact that Jenny Sanford (wife of "Love Guv" Mark Sanford) wears floral-print tunics and white shorts mean she doesn't give a hoot about her husband's philandering? The Washington Post's Robin Givhan seems to think so. Personally, we think she's just stylish. [The Washington Post]

The British Fashion Council has hired PR firm People's Revolution in an effort to drive more eyeballs to London Fashion Week. Somebody want to kick us some airfare? We're totally in. [WWD]

In her own little tribute to couture fashion week, Madonna kicked off her "Sticky and Sweet" (ew) tour on July 4 in London wearing Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci. How she can move around in those massive shoulder pads is another matter. [The Moment]

Breaking news: The cocaine industry in Italy might have ties to ... the fashion industry! No. Way. [Telegraph UK via The Cut]

Lady Gaga finally gets a fashion spread thanks to V Magazine. We never thought we'd say it, but the blue sequined Balmain number makes her seem almost Monroe-ish. Oh, and V? Thanks for putting that cone-shaped bra on Cameron Diaz. Seriously. Amazing. [The Cut, V Magazine]

One brave reporter digs deep in an interview with Peaches Geldof, and all we have to say is, we're officially subscribing to this girl's Twitter feed. We need more ruminations like this one in our lives: "I wonder what the worlds [sic] biggest pringle looks like? Maybe we should all group together and create it." We will admit, though, she does have a point about all that magazine airbrushing ... [Times Online UK]

Sad tidings: Designer Tara Subkoff has been diagnosed with a brian tumor. In a happier turn, a fleet of talent including Arden Wohl and Jeffrey Deitch has already turned out to organize a fundraiser for her surgery. [The Cut]

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