Lady Gaga Stuck Pearls to Herself Last Night; Reem Acra Trades Runway Show for Internet Film


• Lady Gaga wore pearls stuck to her face and body at last night's amfAR New York Gala. [Just Jared]

Bergdorf Goodman opened a 1,200-square-foot shop for designer children's wear on the seventh floor called Little BG. [WWD]

Reem Acra's collection will be presented as an online-only film rather than a runway show. Catch its debut at noon on February 18. [WWD]

GQ will announce its pick for the "best new men's wear designer in America" tomorrow, a title that comes with a prize of $50,000, a collaboration with Levi's, and a feature in the March issue. Six labels, including Billy Reid, Unis, J.Crew, and Richard Chai, are in the running. [NYT]

• Some of Cynthia Rowley's Fall 2010 designs will be available as "appropriated" versions at her Gagosian pop-up shop on Friday, the same night as her show. Images of her designs will be printed on a heavy cotton knit and sewn together to make new dresses. [IHT]

Jeremy Scott collaborated with Proper Attire on a line on condoms, using prints from his spring collection for the packaging. [WWD]

• An assemblage of over 1,000 Margiela accessories and garments — including 40 one-of-a-kind pieces — are on display at Resurrection's exhibit "20 Years of Maison Martin Margiela: The Marcia Berger Collection." The items will be auctioned off. [Moment/NYT]

• According to a new British study, over 50 percent of men prefer women to wear black lingerie. Red is their least favorite color. Because all that matters is what men think. [Telegraph UK]