All posts under ‘Yoko Ono’


Exclusive: We talk with Lady Gaga about Fame, fragrance and why being from New York makes her scent the best (Plus: 16 photos of celebs at the Fame launch party!)

2 Comments

Lady Gaga "Fame" Eau de Parfum Launch New York

Photography by Kevin Mazur/WireImage

See all the party photos from the Fame launch in New York! »

Masks, tattoos and Mother Monster asleep on a couch. The party for Lady Gaga’s new fragrance, Fame ($59, thebay.com), was indeed unlike any other perfume launch. But hours before she hosted a masquerade ball at New York’s Guggenheim that brought out the A-list (Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang) and the WTF List (Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton), Lady Gaga was wide awake to talk to FASHION about her post-sex rituals (pizza and a movie!), what the colour black means to her and why being a New Yorker makes her pop star perfume better than other celeb scents.

For someone who hasn’t yet smelled Fame, can you describe your fragrance?
“It’s very sexual, it’s very addictive, but it is very chic. The metaphor of the bottle is that when you spray this product, all the good things about fame come out, and all the bad things stay inside. So when you buy this perfume, you can have the lovely smell of it, [while] I’ll be dealing with all the bullshit inside.” Read more »


The Age Issue

Comments

May 2012 | The Age Issue

From our photo shoot with 82 year-old China Machado to top tips from icons like Sophia Loren and Twiggy, we’re celebrating all things age-appropriate with a jam-packed guide. Read more »


Age-defying icons: 9 legendary women (Sophia! Twiggy! Yoko!) on the art of personal style

Comments

Culture: Age

Read what Sophia Loren, Twiggy and more have to share about the wisdom of aging and the stories of art, music and fashion.

Sophia Loren | Twiggy | Yoko Ono | Joan Collins | Donna Karan
Annie Nightingale | Deborah Harry | Iris Apfel | Mary Mcfadden

Read more »


Fashion news: Karl Lagerfeld’s fan shenanigans, and John and Yoko gave peace a chance wearing Le Château

Comments

Photography by Peter Stigter

A pair of matching velour jumpsuits that John Lennon and Yoko Ono wore during their 1969 Montreal bed-in were all-Canadian: The outfits were from Le Château. [National Post]

Alexander McQueen have settled their suit with the Hells Angels. The company, along with retailers Saks Fifth Avenue and Zappos.com, have agreed destroy all the infringing merchandise including clutches, knuckleduster rings and pashmina scarves. [The Cut]

Stella McCartney launched her childrenswear label today with a Christmas capsule collection. The collection includes unisex pieces and child-sized looks from her mainline. [Racked] Read more »


Peel slowly and see Baptiste, lipgloss for your RPattz fantasy, and more

Comments

sept09readsbaptiste

That Baptiste Giabiconi Wallpaper cover is out. Thoughts? [Refinery 29]

No doubt Twi-hards are thrilled with the opening of Twilightbeauty.com, which hawks the series’ two makeup lines, Luna Twilight and Volturi Twilight. (You’ll have to fill us in on what those mean.) Included in the lineup is the much-hyped Twilight Venom from DuWop lip stain/conditioner, which looks like blood in suspended animation and a lot of sparkle everything. [Spoiled Pretty] Read more »


PAGE 1
Join Fashion Magazine
Advertisement
Advertisement

Close

Unsubscribe at any time.