You have to hand it to Gaga – the second you think she has worn her craziest outfit yet she never fails to disappoint with the next.
Her royal Gaganess features on Japan’s Vogue Hommes styling an outfit made entirely of raw steak.
Its shocking, statement and strange – everything we expect and want from our favourite starlet.
…I think I will be keeping my meat on the plate though, not a trend I can see catching on.
Vogue have injected a bit of spring style into their October cover by featuring Cheryl Cole in pastel hues.
The recently divorced Ms Cole shows that despite the miserable weather we can still flaunt bright colours.
Wear it like Cheryl with this yellow ruffled blouse from Asos for £26.
[Photo via Vogue UK]
Autumn/ Winter 2010 is fast approaching and the fashion buzz word of the moment is Camel.
Camel coloured tones will be so popular that trendspotters predict there won’t be room to swing a cat on the high street due to the number of people strutting down it in camel cover-up coats.
But why the appeal of the Camel coat? Is it due to the versatility of it, how it can be worn with pretty much anything or is it the chic timelessness it seems to have. Personally, I think it is the way you can bring any outfit from drab to fab just by throwing the Camel coat on and cinching in the waist.
[photo via ASOS]
For the ultimate could-be-designer camel coat, go to Asos for this hooded camel cape for £80, worth every penny.