Lady Gaga Launches ‘Born This Way’ Foundation; Adriana Lima’s Special Salad

Lady Gaga arriving at Harvard yesterday. Photo: © Brian Snyder / Reuters

• Wearing a black Sally LaPointe dress under a sculptural coat and a large fascinator, Lady Gaga launched the Born This Way Foundation yesterday at Harvard. Oprah Winfrey and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joined her in supporting the youth empowerment initiative. [Billboard]

Adriana Lima brought her own salad to a restaurant while on a Victoria's Secret shoot in Miami, asking staff if she could keep to her own food because of a "special diet." [Page Six/NYP]

• Tour Taylor Tomasi Hill's apartment — there are trees inside! [Vogue]

• Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Kenzo tapped Delfina Delettrez to create a capsule jewelry collection for their runway show on Sunday. [WWD]

• Camilla Morton's next fashion fairy tale features Diane Von Furstenberg in a reworking of the classic Emperor's New Clothes. Morton says she has plenty of ideas to keep the book series going, but that all the designers she talks to want to be Cinderella. [NYT]

• Macy’s Inc. responded to Martha Stewart’s counterclaims, which alleged that the retailer breached its contract by failing to “maximize net sales” of her branded product. The corporation argues Stewart "acquiesced" to its decisions. [WWD]

• Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger appears in ads promoting a new diet supplement called Sensa. The ad champions Stanger's "amazing new body," with an emphasis on the "new" — because the accompanying photo appears Photoshopped and stretched to where, as Jezebel notes, it looks more like Stanger's head got tacked on a whole other person's body. [Jezebel]

• Diners at Sant Ambroeus report Beyoncé breast-fed baby Blue Ivy while out to lunch over the weekend. [Us]

• CFDA president Steven Kolb played football in high school, but says his role on the team was limited: “I was the guy who hands the ball to the guy who throws the ball. I never really got to play but I was friends with the cheerleaders, so they’d always chant, ‘PUT STEVEN IN!’” [Fashionista]

• JCPenney promoted its executive vice-president and general merchandise manager of women’s apparel to chief merchant. [WWD]

DKNY partners with accessories e-tailer BaubleBar on its second "Fusion" collaboration (Erickson Beamon designed the first collection last October). The nine-piece line is available starting today on baublebar.com, and at DKNY.com and DKNY stores nationally this spring. [WWD]