WHOA! Looks like their new coupledom is pretty much confirmed!
Hmmmm, if they ARE a couple, then we wonder
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It's all about having a bloodied and black eye as your best accessory, right?!
But the injured spectacle has left us scratching our heads!
Although the makeup is totes fake (as confirmed by his Twitter post from 3 hrs ago) it's such a shame his fierce Egyptian smokey eye was ruined by some faux blood!
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Lookin' good, Georgie!
These two are a match made in fashion heaven!
And this spread has EVERYTHING, from veiled top hats to feathered headpieces to a sheer hoodie-type thing with a hole for your face!
It's cray! But in the best way possible!!
These pictures SRSLY make us wanna dress up and go dancing and take a ton of selfies!
Check 'em all out in the gallery (below)!
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Break out the hairspray and the crimper! Because Jean Paul Gaultier is taking everyone back to the 80s!
On Saturday the French designer presented his S/S 2013 offerings, and like Philip Treacy, he had pop icons on the brain.
JPG said in his show notes:
"This is an homage to all the pop stars of the Eighties who have influenced fashion and my fashion with their look. Any similarity with real events or characters is purely noncoincidental."
JPG even threw in a David Bowie twin for good measure.
As for the clothes, they weren't so bad either. That is if you don't mind reliving all the 80s trends.
Check out show HIGHlights in the clip (above)!
Out magazine has named their best and worst dressed gay men and we were robbed! Ha!
Here's the top 10 for each category:
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This shouldn't come as surprise but Lady GaGa has always had an obsession with make-up.
The new face of MAC's Viva Glam cosmetics reveals in a new interview that her love of beauty products began when she was still a school girl:
"When I was young, I felt like a freak in school - and I had to put my make up on when I got home before I went to bed because I wasn't allowed to wear make-up in school. When I walked around the corner and saw Boy George in the window of a MAC store, I said, 'I feel just like that!' Why is that attitude nowhere else? And RuPaul, and Pamela Anderson. I said, 'Gosh, I feel just like that. That's why I think MAC is so important; they cater to that inside of you that feels like a freak sometimes, that wants to raise your freak flag."
Now that Gagaloo is behind the campaign, we're sure make-up loving little monsters will be flocking to MAC stores to unleash their inner freak.
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You may not have thought about his career for a while, but Boy George is not fading into obscurity.
Getting back in touch with his creative side, he's recently found newfound happiness with his clothing line, B-Rude, which he describes as "mostly our printed and bejeweld apparel."
In fact, he "recently just made some one-off stuff for the delightful Debbie Harry for her recent tour, which was both a thrill and seriously cool. And we also dressed Kylie Minogue for the finale of her last worldwide tour," he says.
Despite the celebrity fan base, stars are not who he aims to dress: he divulges that "we don't target the kind of people who wear money, you know, those that would kill to have the latest designer handbag. We are more for the disenfranchised. We have a punk attitude, I guess."
Good for him! We can't wait to see his new designs, and glad that the once-troubled musician (who is releasing a new album in the near future), is enjoying some success!
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