As for the Vogue issue, let's save that for another entry.
That one I assure you is much more colorful than Hercules.
Speaking of ambiguity, Monseur Stefan Orschel-Read, the
man behind Lady Gaga's outfit when she appeared on German TV
program "Wetten Das" has once again blurred the boundary of sexuality
in fashion with his excruciatingly beautiful collection called
"Mourning for Orlando".
Photo: Lady Gaga wearing Orschel-Read Couture trousers in a
German TV program.
Orschel-Read's "Mourning" collection is a circus of fun, creativity
and pure talent. His tailoring is exquisite, the details are meticulous
and the use of different materials including fur, leather and everything in
between is just pure genius.
I Particularly love these headress/hats which, for some reason make me associate them with Japan and the whole Geisha culture. No, it's not the whitewashed faced models but the hats seem like what a geisha wig would look like on a bad day, or worst, a week without a shower.
photos: Lady Gaga (google images), Orschel-Read couture from the designer's website, magazine photo owned by marbellastyle.