Clippings: Lady Gaga Drew All Over a Perfectly Good Birkin Edition

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- In Tokyo, Lady Gaga drew all over the holiest of holies when it comes to handbags -- an Hermes Birkin. Apparently, the crawled message reads, "I love little monster, Tokyo love." While we applaud Gaga's ever-so-carefree DIY skills, we can't say there isn't something deep in our beings that recoils every time we see this photo. [Styleite]

- Britney apparently didn't want Candie's to retouch her photos for the brands latest advertising campaign, but they did anyway, and released the different versions in the interest of showing the public the kind of pressure women are really under. The move seems both brave and ... well ... maybe just brave. Although, as the Cut rightly points out, we're not sure any of this generates interest for the shoes she's wearing.  [The Daily Mail via The Cut]

- Sarah Jessica Parker gets glowing praise from Vogue in this month's issue for just about everything she does -- from being a working mother (though she does admit that she hasn't see her daughters "for almost two months, wih the exception of Skype") to being a celebrity designer. It just seems a shame that the interior photos are breathtakingly styled (she really does look great), and yet the cover seems more Good Housekeeping than Vogue. [Vogue]

- LVMH's revenues went up 11 percent in the first quarter. Luxury is back, baby! [WWD]

- As if it couldn't possible add any more "cool factor" to the Ace Hotel outpost, the Opening Ceremony at the Ace is now stocking Band of Outsiders pajamas. [Style File]

- The former Brookstone space in Rockefeller Center will soon become the home of a Lego store, which seems strangely perfect. [Racked]

- A sexy black dress that the soon-to-be Princess Diana wore back in 1981 will go up for auction in London in June. [WWD]

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