The designers Dolce & Gabbana may be in hot water, sentenced to prison for tax evasion, and enduring multiple lawsuits, but that's not stopping Riff Raff from glorifying the design duo in his latest single and music video. Titled "Dolce & Gabbana," the track's hook hammers home that the Neon Icon only devotes time to ladies who rep the Italian label. (Miley, Katy and ScarJo, looks like today's your lucky day!) With a title like that, you can expect more fashion lyrics where that came from, so we pulled out our favorite style-centric lines and set them over stills from Jody Highroller's hilarious new video. Enjoy!
A still from Riff Raff's "Dolce & Gabbana" music video.
Photo: Mad Decent/Photoshop: MTV
Justin Biber in a still from the "Lolly" video.
Photo: Island Def Jam/Candy Crate
Look who's gettin' literal! Maejor Ali just released his video for his single "Lolly," which features Juicy J and Justin Bieber, and it looks like Biebs took the lolly/candy theme as fashion inspo. There are some dancing ladies who are holding lollipops, but it's Bieber who dressed the part of the candy man: he wears two different outfits that give candy the respect it deserves.
The first candy look is his candy button jacket: the black leather jacket is decked out with a quilted hood and brightly colored polka dots. And I thought you could only get one of those elements added to a jacket to make it extra #swaggy. Shows what I know. The backdrop of the set and the video's lighting and special effects are colorful, but the rest of the actual humans in the video are decked out in a black, white, red, and camouflage. Bieber is the only one to stray from the pack.
A still from Eminem's "Berzerk" video.
Photo: Interscope Records
Eminem is back, y'all. The video for his first single, "Berzerk," off of his upcoming release, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 was just released and is FULL of references to '80s rap, features a slew of celeb cameos, and involves a lotta outfit changes. "Bezerk," and Em's eagerly-awaited return, were teased during the 2013 VMAs, when the song was previewed in a Beats by Dre commercial. On to da looks:
A still from Iggy Azalea's 'Change Your Life' video.
Photo: Universal Records
Some people do destination weddings, Iggy Azalea does destination music videos. We’ve seen her riding bikes in the desert, riding elephants in India and now the Australian MC (and hottest import since the Hemsworth brothers) is straight-up ridin’ dirty in Sin City. Viva Las Vegas, y’all! In the video for “Change Your Life,” the new single off her upcoming debut album, The New Classic, Iggy is the ultimate showgirl. Glitz, glamour, cars, clothes, a baby tiger–she’s got it all. Until she doesn’t. Styled by her go-to gal, Alejandra Hernandez, Iggy ups the wardrobe ante in this cinematic mini-film with a total of NINE different looks, and we’re going to walk you through each and every one of them. You ready to go all in?
Photo: RCA Records
Miley Cyrus really sticks to her word, y'all. Right before her much (MUCH!) talked about 2013 VMA performance, she explained that her "white trash and Chanel" style involved a serious lack of, well, clothes. She said, "Give me some underwear to wear with it, and I call it a day," and for her latest music video, she did JUST that. The heartfelt "Wrecking Ball" ballad—shot by Terry Richardson!—shows Miley stripped down emotionally and physically. Her first look (in which she literally is perched atop a wrecking ball) involves a DIY modified ribbed white tank crop top (!!!), matching undies, burgundy Dr. Martens, and, well, not much else.
A still from Katy Perry's "Roar" video.
Photo: Capitol Records
Ahh, the official video for "Roar" is here, KatyCats and everyone else in the world! After giving us a taste of what to expect and performing it live for the first time at the VMAs, we have our first video from post-"California Gurls" era Katy Perry. She's traded in her former candyland home for a jungle and she is thriving. Katy undergoes a may-jah transformation in the video, from button-uped plane passenger to tiger taming jungle queen, so we rounded-up all of her looks for you to peruse. Halloween is next month, just sayin'.
Photo: Mom + Pop Music
Not to be weird, but we kind of miss seeing Alexis Krauss around these parts. We last talked with the Sleigh Bells frontwoman in January about her favorite fashion-y things, and nearly nine months later our girl is BACK—this time with the release of her latest music video "Bitter Rivals" (and album of the same name). Eeeee! We caught up with her firsthand to get all deets behind her killer ensembles because, you guys, she looks AMAZING. She sports her signature straight jet black strands and bold red lips throughout the video paired with a totally badass 'tude, which we love. Her first outfit is a black zip-up corset paired with shredded UNIF cutoffs and lace biker shorts. The coolest part about this entire look, though, is that the pieces were hand-studded by her nail artist Ria Lopez—yes, the same gal who did Alexis' balls-out mani with us nearly a year and a half ago. Whew, time is flying, y'all!
While the rest of the world is still reeling from her jaw-dropping VMA performance, Miley Cyrus is keeping it moving. Miles spent last night shooting Mike WiLL Made It's upcoming music video, "23," in Brooklyn. If you haven't heard any of the track yet (AND being that, currently, Miley and Mike are 20 and 24 years old), this isn't akin to Taylor Swift's age-anthemic, "22." Instead, judging from the behind-the-scenes wardrobe that Miley revealed via Twitter, the double-digit numerical song title refers to G.O.A.T. NBA legend Michael Jordan.
Katy Perry flies through the jungle in her teaser for "Roar."
After closing out the 2013 VMAs last night under a rather famous bridge, Katy Perry has taken a very different approach for her new "Roar" teaser: she is in the jungle, swinging from branches, lettin' all her jungle friends—namely, a money and an elephant—know that she is ready to roar. The twenty-second clip doesn't feature much of Katy, but what we can see as she swings across our screens on a vine, is a cheetah print sweetheart neckline bandeau and a skirt constructed of leaves. She's going from Killer Queen to jungle queen.
A still from Lady Gaga's "Applause" music video.
Little Monsters, can I get a temperature check? How is everyone doing since Lady Gaga officially released her "Applause" music video this morning on Good Morning America? Debuted this morning on national TV and on giant screens in New York's Times Square, the high-concept Inez & Vindooh-shot masterpiece is everything we could want from a Mother Monster music video: cathartic dance numbers, other-worldly surrealism, and most importantly, WARDROBE CHANGES. That's right, folks. It's time for another music video Look By Look, and Gagaloo made sure this would be a long one.
A still from Lady Gaga's "Applause" music video.
Despite the general nakedness of her V magazine spreads, Lady Gaga actually wears some clothing for the entirety of the video. Her first outfit? A lacy black lingerie set—an underwired demi bra and scallop hemmed hipster bottoms. Oh, and platform booties with heels at least a 5-inch tapered heel.