Marc Jacobs' psychiatrist helped him work out why he shouldn't take the job at Dior. He revealed to Fern Mallis: "It was actually my psychiatrist who said, 'How is this going to improve the quality of your life?' and I said, 'It's not.' I mean, two more shows -- and after Galliano, what he has done -- when am I going to live my life?" Fair point, Marc. [via Fashionista]
Lady Gaga wrote an open letter to Kelly Osbourne, criticizing her for her stint on Fashion Police. The singer posted on her site that Osbourne's work on the show is "rooted in criticism, judgment, and rating people's beauty against one another," and argued that her participation on it is hypocritical. "It used to make me truly sad when I would hear people talk about your weight when you were younger, as I was bullied too. To see you blossoming into a beautiful slender woman who makes fun of others for a living is astounding," Gaga wrote. Wow. [via Fashionista]
Blogger Bryan Boy has caused quite a stir for Tweeting "Mark your calendars kids! You have less than a month to lose weight and make those bones appear. Fashion month is just around the corner," because people are interpreting it as either pro-anorexia or mocking of anorexia. [via Styloko]
We need to go to SF to check out Tomboy Tailors, the first store specializing in custom tailoring for women looking to wear menswear-inspired clothes. [via Jezebel]
Loving the new Adidas Campus FTBL sneakers. Those are some nice kicks. [via HypeBeast]
Four Pins found the personal online diary of one of the male models who walked in J.W. Anderson's bananas AW '13 show. It's a treasure trove of quotes, but our favorite is this one: "I also prepared myself mentally, envisioning scenarios in which I would wear my tube top and ruffle shorts in my everyday life so I could really sell it on the catwalk--If I were trapped in a room on a hot day with a fan that only blew on my chest, for example. This would be ideal. Or, if I were going to a Halloween party dressed as John Smith right after he was caught getting it on with Pocahontas by an irate Chief Powhatan and, in a zany mix-up, accidentally grabbed her clothes while frantically trying to escape her teepee. You know, relatable things." We relate, gurl.