Style Scoop: Gaga Springs into Versace, Adriana Lima Tests Her Wings, Vintage Chanel Gets Nasty


Two of your favorite platinum blondes are reuniting for a sartorial spring. Donatella Versace has tapped Lady Gaga as the face of the Versace Spring 2014 ad campaign to be shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in London. Gaga, clad in Atelier Versace in the photo above, wore vintage Versace in her 2011 video for “Edge of Glory.” [WWD]

Though the televised version of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is a month away, Adriana Lima revealed that she'll play the role of Snow Angel for tonight's taping. Plus, there will be a British Invasion and a “tour” of the City of Light. [CR Fashion Book]

Collecting vintage Chanel just got easier thanks to the forces that be at Nasty Gal. The dotcom destination has opened a microsite where customers can shop Karl Lagerfeld creations from 1980s and 90s. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Speaking of microsites, Bluefly has launched its Moonlit Holiday gift guide for luxury finds and tips on choosing the perfect present. [Bluefly]

According to H&M executive Daniel Kulle, the retailer's new Times Square flagship—opening at midnight—will be its most-productive store with iPad stations, a digital runway, and “try and buy” technology that will allow customers to purchase wears directly from the fitting room. [WWD]

Alexander McQueen's signature skull scarves are back with an artistic edge. The Sarah Burton-helmed house teamed with dot master Damien Hirst for a 30-piece capsule that commemorates the 10th anniversary of the original skull scarf of Spring 2003 fame. [GLAM Chic]