Stefano Gabbana Says Men’s Fashion Is Not for ‘Weirdos’; Lady Gaga Recycles Gun Bra

• Stefano Gabbana: “In the past two decades, men’s fashion underwent a profound yet silent revolution. There was the urge to scream a message of change, because in the Eighties and Nineties fashion — or anything more innovative — was perceived as something for gay men or weirdos. It’s not like that anymore. Men crave fashion and buy and change their clothes based on the occasion. For us, the big break happened at the end of the Nineties, when we started working with David Beckham, a hot, straight man with a family and kids.” [WWD]

Jonathan Saunders was named Designer of the Year at the Scottish Fashion Awards. [Catwalk Queen]

• Lady Gaga strapped on her good ol' machine-gun bra and her trusty black thong for the cover of Rolling Stone. [Jezebel]

• Tattoo artist Scott Campbell is reportedly designing bags for Louis Vuitton’s Paris men’s show. [Elle.com]

• Anna Dello Russo stepped out in a see-through lace dress with a red bra and high-waisted underwear underneath. [Jak and Jil]

• Sotheby’s is auctioning off Polaroids by David Bailey, Guy Bourdain, Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, and Peter Beard. [Racked]

Vionnet is partnering with Giuseppe Zanotti on a collection of shoes. [WWD]

• Frustrated with the lack of men’s clothing cut for women, self-professed “butch lesbian” Shaz Riley started the Butch Clothing Company. [Guardian UK]

Lacoste is partnering with ladies' streetwear brand Married to the Mob on a women’s T-shirt. [Nylon]

• Pellegrino just got even fancier, thanks to a packaging collaboration with Missoni. [Nylon]