According to a well-placed source, the Paris shows will be moving from their Carrousel du Louvre site to tents at the port des Champs-Elysées for the next fashion week in fall. Catch up with more fashion news from the week ending June 4.
Lady Gaga answered questions from fans, friends, and other showbusiness for SHOWstudio's In Camera series. More than 25,000 questions were submitted. ( YouTube) Meanwhile, also on YouTube, a teaser for her upcoming video to Alejandro has been released.
Alexander Wang will launch a new line of "essentials" and his first store (in New York, of course) later this year. ( WWD)
The Kaiser is now a Commandeur: Chanel head designer Karl Lagerfeld now is a Commander of the Legion of Honor, a medal bestowed by French president, Nicolas Sarkozy. ( WWD)
A shirt worn and signed by professional golfer Tiger Woods is going for $16,000 on fashion sample sale site, Rue La La. ( Rue La La)
Yi Fang Wan, who presented a "sophisticated collection of voluminous neutral-hued cottons and linens gathered heavily and balanced with open backs," won at the Central St. Martins College of Art graduate show. ( Fashionista)
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's Elizabeth and James label introduced sunglasses. ( Fashionista)
Supermodel Naomi Campbell unveiled Louis Vuitton's eighteen-carat-gold-trimmed travel case that holds the soccer World Cup trophy. ( Vogue UK)
Everyone loves Giles Deacon, new creative director at Ungaro. According to the Guardian, he is "like a free-range chicken pecking at corn amid a gaggle of strutting peacocks." ( The Guardian)