Hooked: Gwen Stefani's Playful ELLE UK Cover, Backstage Look at Madonna's Tour Costumes (Video)
Check out Gwen Stefani's whimsical ELLE UK cover, find out how Swarovski made Madonna sparkle on her MDNA tour, and see Lady Gaga transform into a cockatoo with Terry Richardson at Chanel. Get hooked on this week's bite-sized fashion news!
Gwen Stefani Gets Playful on ELLE UK Cover
Gwen Stefani looks stunning on the October cover of ELLE UK, dressed in a blue Peter Pilotto top and a floral multi-colored skirt by McQ Alexander McQueen. In the issue, the No Doubt frontwoman opens up about being "overwhelmed" as she juggles motherhood and the band's upcoming album, "Push and Shove." Overwhelmed or not, Gwen seems to do it all with poise: making music, creating her L.A.M.B. fashion line, designing children's clothes for Target, and mothering her two adorable boys.
Behind-the-Scenes Look at Madonna's 'MDNA' Tour Costumes
Madonna's longtime stylist Arianne Phillips has already wowed us with top-notch custom costumes on Madge's "MDNA" tour, with looks by Jeremy Scott, Alexander Wang and Jean Paul Gaultier. "Designing for Madonna and specifically the 'MDNA' tour requires a definite 'wow' factor, as this tour is bigger and better than ever," Phillips said in a statement.
One element that is present in all of Madonna's costumes is the sparkle: Her "MDNA" tour wardrobe has more than 315,000 Swarovski Crystal embellishments. "Thousands of crystals contribute to glamorous and shimmering costumes worn by Madonna, her band and dancers," added the pop star's stylist.
Grab a pair of sunglasses, check out the video above, and see the sparkle in action with a backstage look at the Queen of Pop's tour.
Lady Gaga Ruffles Her Feathers With Terry Richardson at Chanel
Photos by Terry Richardson (via terrysdiary.com)
Lady Gaga has once again joined creative forces with Terry Richardson, who has been following and photographing the singer throughout her "Born This Way" tour this summer. For their latest impromptu photoshoot, Gaga struck a pose outside a Chanel store, wearing a feathered black outfit by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.