Here's Rebecca Minkoff, Hilary Rhoda and The Man Repeller doing "Call Me Maybe." Check out the number for "Vincent" at the 0:35 mark -- Minkoff puts all of those cards in her purses as a joke (the number goes to an answering machine for her company).

Seth Meyers rocked Marc Jacobs' Met Gala lace dress while he emceed the CFDA Awards last night. [HuffPoStyle]

Meyers also made a Galliano joke that went over as well as you might expect. The Cut has the transcript:
As a comedian, I have to say that this gig is a dream come true, because you know what they say about the world of high fashion: It's just a bunch of easygoing, laid-back people who love to laugh at themselves. You could even say that fashion and comedy go together like Bar Mitzvahs and Galliano. [Long pause, with awkward laughs.] No one in this room got where they were without taking a risk. I just took one, and I think we can all agree I shouldn't have. That joke went so badly I'm going to get fired from Dior.

Love this Bette Davis eyes necklace, a collaboration between Lendra Medine (of Man Repeller) and Dannijo. [HighSnobette]

Kristen Stewart in on the cover of Vanity Fair's July issue. In it, she calls her haters "voracious, starving shit eaters." Fun times. [VanityFair]

16 "non-buzz-killing" beach coverups via Racked.

Elton John told the Guardian he's worried about Lady Gaga's intense schedule: "I look at Gaga and I think, 'How does she do it?' I talk to her mum and dad about it. They worry. She is frail, and she doesn't eat when she should, and she's a girl, and it's tougher for a girl."  [NYDN Via Fashion Feed]
Here's androgynous model Andrej Pejic posing as both a woman and a man in a spread for fashion magazine, Candy. [Styleite]

Kate Moss photographed by Terry Richardson in Jamaica. [TerrysDiary]

B-girls, behold:  the Adidas Gazelle ice cream pack. [HighSnobette]