Thursday September 6, 2012 12:33 pm
Items Du Jour: Lana Del Rey Covers GQ, Katie Holmes Opens Up About Designing
+ "Born to Die" singer Lana Del Rey covers British GQ in nothing more than jewelry. Dubbed Woman of the Year by the men's magazine, her editorial on the inside of the glossy is apparently just as risque.
+ David Sims photographed Gisele Bundchen for the latest ESPRIT campaign, which features Mrs. Brady in a cool, tailored suit coupled with tousled sex hair (because that's totally how everyone wears their locks to work).
+ Singer of the infectious "Call Me Maybe" hit, Carly Rae Jepsen, is expanding her empire by modeling for Wet Seal. To celebrate the union, the clothing store is giving shoppers a chance to win a shopping spree with Jepsen, as well as tickets to see her and Justin Bieber in concert.
+ Katie Holmes opens up to WWD about her fashion career, in which she claims that she's not afraid to fail (although anyone with a hefty divorce settlement from Tom Cruise would also probably not be too afraid to waste money).
+ To no one's surprise, Lady Gaga's September Vogue cover was heavily edited in PhotoShop. Despite putting out songs promoting self-love like "Born This Way," the pop star has stayed pretty mum about all the pounds Vogue shed from her.
+ Heidi Klum showed up to former Project Runway winner Christian Siriano's boutique opening looking absolutely fabulous (as if we expected anything less from her).
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