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.
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 Style.com 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]