Lady Gaga on 'The Ellen DeGeneres' airing December 9.
Photo: Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

Set your DVR's, little monsters, because tomorrow Mother Monster (aka Lady Gaga) will perform "Marry the Night" in all her triumphant edge of gloriousness with a gaggle of twirling dancers on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She'll also sit down with Ellen and talk about her new video while donning icicle eyebrows and cinnamon buns on her head. Ohhhh, yes, as she's always one to top herself as well as celebrate the season, Our Lady says, "To heck with global warming, I'm making my own icicles and I'm wearing them on my BROWS!" (Or so we imagine.) Can't you just smell the warm aroma of cinnamon, nutmeg, and melted frosting wafting from this picture? We can, and now we want a tall glass of eggnog and more Gaga please.


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ZOMG, you guys, Gossip Girl was INTENSE last night; in fact, we're still hyperventilating over it! It all started off so serenely with Serena (Blake Lively) and Dan (Penn Badgley) having brunch with the parentals, who were trying to get these two crazy former lovebirds to forgive one another and be friends again. Besides, what better time than now while the Rhodes/Van Der Woodsen/Humphrey family prepares to debut faux niece Charlie (aka Ivy) (Kaylee DeFer) to New York society? Charlie/Ivy's still trying to avoid her ex-boyfriend, Max (Brian J. Smith), who refuses to stop his crusade to expose her for the fraud she is to the new family she wants to be a part of forever. Even though she thinks she has everything in control, Max has a new plan of attack.

In Alternate Story Line Land, Blair (Leighton Meester) can't decide between the father of her baby, Prince Louis (Hugo Becker), and the fire of her heart, Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick). She runs away to Brooklyn to shack up in the safe arms of Dan, who wants to tell her that he's secretly in love with her but can't seem to get the words out. Oh, and Nate (Chace Crawford) is still battling his grandfather for the right to own his own life. Did we forget to mention there's a giant car chase and cliffhanging CRASH that leaves two of our faves in critical condition? If you haven't caught up yet, we would hate to spoil the rest for you. Until next time, check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Charlie Rhodes (Kaylee DeFer) and Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Dress: BCBG Max Azria
+ Jacket: Maison Martin Margiela

+ Dress: Marchesa


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Alexa Chung at the British Embassy in Paris to celebrate the new Burberry store.
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We've seemingly had every kind of fashion-related, runway-based, catwalk-challenge TV show imaginable, but there's always room for one more. Enter Alexa Chung's new show, 24 Hour Catwalk, which is set to debut on Lifetime on Jan. 10. From what we've seen so far, it looks to be a super crazy, amped-up version of the network's other fashion mainstay, Project Runway, only with way more hiss-fights, tears, and an even tighter deadline to deliver a three-look collection with the assistance of a sewing team. While we didn't get to see much in the way of actual outfits in the first preview of the show, what we did see was some mega sass-mouthing from the judges, including designer Cynthia Rowley, media and communications mogul James LaForce, and fashion writer Derek Blasberg. The show also appears to have selected a motley assortment of CRAYBEES (aka cray-baby designers, aka highly entertaining reality show people, aka ratings gold). Also? There are LIVE SNAKES that we hope won't be used to make a dress.


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There's nothing like the glitteringly ideal-looking beauties of Gossip Girl to snap you out of your tryptophan-induced hibernation status and send you barreling full speed ahead for the gym. The Upper East Side's PYTs turned up the volume on this post-Thanksgiving episode with a STUDIO 54 PARTY (I know, MAY-JOR) that excused sparkly eye shadows, miles of lamé, and an industrial amount of disco-worthy hair spray. Before all the mirror ball festivities could kick off, though, quite a grip of drama unfolded. As it does.

With Prince Louis (Hugo Becker) away (again) and having left such a sour taste with Blair (Leighton Meester) the night of her bridal shower, B was free to pester Chuck (Ed Westwick) for the secret to his newfound "goodness," including an escorted trip to Chuck's therapist. Nate (Chace Crawford) is kept busy captaining The Spectator as editor in chief, while Dan (Penn Badgley) becomes consumed with defending against anonymous Humphrey dissenters in online book forums. The New York appearance of Charlie's (aka Ivy's) (Kaylee DeFer) ex-boyfriend Max (Brian J. Smith) and his recent pursuit of a relationship with Serena (Blake Lively) makes for a LOT of serious intrafamilial DRAMZ, but it's SO juicy, if you haven't caught up yet, we would hate to spoil the rest for you. Until next time, check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) and Charlie Rhodes (Kaylee DeFer).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Top: Marc by Marc Jacobs
+ Jeans: Rich & Skinny
+ Necklace: Susanna Galanis
+ Rings: Erica Anenberg

+ Dress: Diane Von Furstenberg
+ Necklace: Sequin
+ Gold Textured Cutout Cuff: House of Harlow 1960
+ Gold Rams Horn Bracelet: Belle Noel by Kim Kardashian
+ Gold Exo-Skeleton Bracelet: Giles and Brother


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Whew, there's finally some major momentum over in Gossip Girl Land (aka Manhattan's Upper East Side). This week's episode centered around Blair's (Leighton Meester) bridal shower thrown by her BFF and Made of Honor, Serena (Blake Lively), of course. S and all of B's minions tried to throw the soon-to-be royal bride off the control trail and tricked her into thinking the shower was "casual" and would involve things like shaved Hawaiian ice (still can't believe they fooled her with that). Dan (Penn Badgley) wasn't invited to the shower shindig, so he went to Chuck (Ed Westwick)—who also wasn't invited—for help in toughening up his Lonely Boy image. Instead, Dan ends up getting his drink on and running off to Blair's shower. Meanwhile, Diana (Elizabeth Hurley) schemed with Nate's (Chace Crawford) grandfather who, it turns out, owns the Spectator website, and has given her three days to steal Gossip Girl's traffic or she'll be out of a job. Nate finds all of GG's sources and gives them to Diana and Serena, but both decide not to leak the information.

Who does leak the info? Oh, just Blair's lame-o fiancé, Prince Boring Louis (Hugo Becker), who keeps trying to prove to Blair that her friends do not have her best interests at heart. Poor Blair finds out the hard way in the middle of her Tiffany-themed shower (not a piece of melting shaved ice in the place), and she tells her Prince to beat it while she figures things out. Oh, and over in secret identity story lines, Charlie (aka Ivy) (Kaylee DeFer) tries to buy off her sketchy ex who decides to blackmail her instead. But what about Blair and CHUCK? If you haven't caught up yet, we won't spoil the rest for you. Check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) and Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Dress: Mary Katrantzou
+ Necklace: Auden
+ Rings: Roberto Coin and Lulu Frost

+ Dress: Christian Dior
+ Earrings: Tzen


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Last night's Gossip Girl was somewhat of a transitionary episode, but nonetheless brimming with juicy dramz. Kicking things off with Serena's (Blake Lively) new gig working at the Spectator for Diana (Elizabeth Hurley) who wants Serena to start a blog to rival GG herself (sidenote: is it just me or is there a weird "gotta catch 'em all" feel to Diana's Spectator staffing?). Diana nabbed Serena after her former job with Jane (Michael Michele) fell through when she halted production on the film version of Dan's (Penn Badgley) book. Dan's supposed to be out on a book tour but has apparently been missing meet and greets. Maybe dropping off the bestseller list hurt his pride?

Charlie (aka Ivy) (Kaylee DeFer) has gotten herself wrapped up in a cougar love triangle with Diana and Nate (Chace Crawford) which, with the sudden reappearance of Ivy's ex-boyfriend Max, can only lead to major trouble for her secret double life. Prince Louis (Hugo Becker) is away on business, and with his recent slip to the dark and scheming, and Chuck's (Ed Westwick) public turning of a new leaf, Blair (Leighton Meester) is *cough* once again *cough* conflicted about her choice (though she'd never admit that). Blair plans to reveal that the real Chuck Bass still exists deep down. Just about everything comes to a head at Chuck's masked masquerade party slash play, but if you haven't caught up, we won't spoil the rest for you. Check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) and Charlie Rhodes (Kaylee DeFer).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Tank: Vena Cava
+ Vest: Haute Hippie
+ Skirt: Rodarte
+ Shoes: Brian Atwood
+ Bag: Mulberry
+ Necklace: Siman Tu
+ Ring: Stephen Dweck

+ Dress: Lorena Sarbu
+ Bracelets: Amanda Pearl and BaubleBar
+ Earrings: Diana Warner


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Gossip Girl may have skipped a week last Tuesday, but we pick back up right where we left off, and the short break may have been wise because this episode was a DOOZY. Dan (Penn Badgley) is pumped up about the whirlwind success of Inside from secret publication to anonymous author reveal, script optioning, and NOW he's a top 10 bestseller. Serena (Blake Lively) and her boss Jane (Michael Michele) bring Dan in to discuss the paper-to-film transition, but the meeting turns sour as Jane tries to Glee it up and basically turn the story into Newsies. Blair (Leighton Meester), with her wedding day fast approaching, takes to the scheme board "one last time" for an elaborate bridesmaids gauntlet among select minions throughout the years and the tournament's dark horse, Charlie (aka Ivy) (Kaylee DeFer). Chuck (Ed Westwick) is seeing a therapist who has been paid off by Prince Louis (Hugo Becker) to "light his fuse" in hopes that Blair will be reminded of Chuck's monstrous side and never go back to him *cough*goodluckdude*cough*. Nate (Chace Crawford) gets huffy about his boss Diana (Elizabeth Hurley) and her unwillingness to come forward with Nate as a couple, and it aaaaall comes to a head at...you guessed it! A PARTY! It's a big episode for longtime fans, so in case you haven't caught up yet, we won't spoil the rest, but check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) and Diana Payne (Elizabeth Hurley).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Dress: Blumarine
+ Shoes: Sergio Rossi
+ Bangle: Sequin

+ Dress: Roberto Cavalli
+ Shoes: Jimmy Choo
+ Earrings: Noir


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Selena Gomez gets a retro makeover for "Wizards of Waverly Place."
Photo: Disney Channel

It may not be Halloween anymore, but that's not stopping Selena Gomez from costuming up. For this week's episode of Wizards of Waverly Place, Selena gets retro-tastic '50s AND '70s makeovers. For the nifty fifties look, rather than a simple poodle-skirted Sandra Dee à la Grease, the Wizards makeup and wardrobing departments went all out for the time-travelling ep, which airs this Friday. Selena wears a canary yellow all-over floral printed dress with a FULL A-line skirt sitting below the knee and a natural waistline. The frock's short-sleeve bateau neck bodice would be unforgiving on most, but as we've come to know, Selena is blossoming into quite the fashion plate goddess, with an uncanny ability (some might say a gift) to rock just about anything. Sel is accessorized with a classy string of pearls plus a bracelet, single post earrings, and tiny yellow bows placed throughout her bouffant ponytail 'do.


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We are totally ENGROSSED in this season of Gossip Girl and feel as though things are about to KICK OFF uptown. Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley) has become an overnight literary sensation as a result of his book, Inside, which is "loosely based" on all of his friends and family who, incidentally, refuse to talk to him anymore, giving literal meaning to the nickname Lonely Boy. Serena Van Der Woodsen (Blake Lively) tries to secure the film rights to the book but does so at Dan's expense even though he was, supposedly, "the love of [her] life." Preggo Blair Waldorf's (Leighton Meester) who-is-the-father royal (pain) predicament, has her soon-to-be sister in law, Beatrice Grimaldi (Roxanne Mesquida) stirring up all kinds of trouble during Yom Kippur. For instance, she and her mother, Princess Sophie Grimaldi (Joanne Whalley) of Monaco, try to get Blair to sign an agreement that will, basically, give them total control over Blair's life and that of her unborn child. Who helped dream up this dastardly scheme? Oh, just "journalist" (i.e. total gossip monger and cougar extraordinaire), Diana Payne (Elizabeth Hurley), who seems to be spreading her vicious Upper East Side takedown agenda like nobody's biz. She gets Ivy, aka "Charlie Rhodes" (Kaylee DeFer), to break into the sacred Van Der Woodsen safe, which she does with the help of (GASP!) Nate (Chace Crawford). Oh, and Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick)? He meets a pretty psychologist who cracks the code to his troubled brain. In case you haven't caught up yet, we won't spoil the rest, but check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester), Beatrice Grimaldi (Roxanne Mesquida) and Sophie Grimaldi (Joanne Whalley).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Top: D&G
+ Pants: Tracy Reese

+ Dress: Diane von Furstenberg
+ Shoes: Alexandre Birman
+ Bag: Nancy Gonzalez
+ Necklace: Meira T.

+ Blazer: Helmut Lang
+ Top: Theyskens' Theory
+ Skirt: L.K. Bennett
+ Shoes: Yves Saint Laurent


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Deena Jersey Shore Light Up Bow

Deena wears a light-up bow headband on "Jersey Shore."
Photo: MTV

You guysssss. It's over. Jersey Shore Season 4 is officially DONEZO. The meatballs have left Italy and are on their way back to Jers for some serious GTL time. And you know what? We'll certainly miss their European style adventures (and Jersey Shore drama!), but we're happy to see that they've embraced some of the Italian fashion (*cough* JWOWW's hat *cough*). The season finale was filled with SO many gems it was hard to pick just one style champ, but we had to go with Deena. She wore an UH-MAZING light-up yellow bow headband not once—but twice—during the episode. (Yes, she actually went clubbing in that.) The best part about this accessory is that it literally goes with everything (I mean, it's a light. On her head. How does that not match?), and it's a great conversation piece. Here she paired it with a black tank, floral skirt, and espadrille wedges. But it also, apparently, caused Deena to lose her center of gravity. She was mopping up the floor to help tidy up the house and BAM! She slips and hits the ground pretty hard. Yipes.


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