We’ve gone gaga for Gaga lately, it would seem, otherwise I would inflict the photoevidence of her visit to My Future Boyfriend, Julian Assange. Some of you are not quite gaga’d out, and came up with a vintage crop of captions. Alas, we can choose only one.
Anneke (Mudhooks) October 5, 2012 at 10:20 pm
Promotional photo for Lady Gaga’s new children’s book “Flat Gaga”.
Congratulations and imaginary bling to Ayyyy regular Mudhooks! For the virtual presentation of the hypothetical swag, we present the entirely virtual Lady Gaga Paper Doll. Dress her up, dress her down. You can’t take her anywhere anyway.
Is this even a contest? We admit it is not. The dress (once and forever known simply as That Dress) fits Liz better across the body, it’s the right length for her, her hair colour works better with it , the accessories pick up the gold and echo the shapes of the pins, and she has more sense than to wear a revealing drop dead dress with shoes that look like she mugged a fetish Clydesdale for them.
Also: face the same colour as body. These things matter when there’s that much skin on show.
Liz Hurley is fierce. Lady Gaga is forced.
Someone should tell the not-so-little monster that she needs to go up to the B in pantyhose sizes now. That must feel very, very much like having to put on a two-hour song and dance show with a cheese wire between your legs.
But what does Sir Ian McKellen think?
Philip Treacy is to hats what his oft-biz-partner (you have to specify nowadays) Alexander McQueen was to dresses: a supreme genius and a complete loonbat. Fabulous.
Here is his latest show from London Fashion Week. Dibs on the crazy multi-coloured feathered thingy with the iridescent train. Yes, a hat with a train: how could I resist? Although the large double wheel of pheasant feathers is also attractive, but probably only because the way the model is walking the front row of plumes is bouncing left when the back row is bouncing right. I’d have to buy her, and get her to wear it all the time, and what would be the fun in that? Actually, if he could make a leash that matched…hmmm.
Anyway, here’s your video. Sorry most of the captions for the Friday Caption Contest got caught by the spam filter over the weekend. I will have it taken out back and shot, I assure you. Prize presentation just as soon as I’m caught up on sleep!
Watch while you enjoy thumbing through a coffee table book of his best. Actually, they are sort of hats that were always waiting to be in coffee table books, don’t you think?