Lady Gaga will collaborate with fashion photographer Steven Klein for her next video, "Alejandro," and Alexander McQueen designed a men's underwear range before he died - here are the week's top fashion stories.

The EU Court ruled this week that Google didn't violate trademark law by letting advertisers use brand names as keywords, reports Vogue UK. The search engine had been sued by French luxury giant Louis Vuitton. However, the court also said that in the future, advertisers must have the brands' consent.

More legal issues: Star of fashion reality TV show The City, Whitney Port has been sued by designer Adrienne Baravetto who claims she designed most of Port's fashion line and hasn't been paid out.

A propos: the new The City trailer is out.

From the T to the W: T Magazine's Stefano Tonchi has been announced new editor-in-chief of W Magazine and is planning a redesign for the September issue.

According to fashion blog Fashionologie, supermodel Lara Stone is the new face of Calvin Klein Collection, Jeans, and cosmetics - this adds to the trend of curvier models starring in this year's fashion ads.

Top model Natalia Vodianova will play Medusa in the upcoming movie, Clash of the Titans, reports WWD. In other fashion-related movie news, Rodarte have designed the costumes for the ballet movie Black Swan, starring Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis.

Meanwhile, designer Christian Louboutin is starring in his own mini movie on that depicts him sketching in his Paris atelier and then stepping his way through a cabaret-inspired dream world.

Following the success of her "Telephone" video, Lady Gaga has tapped fashion photographer Steven Klein for her upcoming clip, "Alejandro."

10,000 items of unworn 1970s clothing have been discovered in a Glasgow warehouse, reports The Independent.

Alexander McQueen's legacy includes skull-embossed underwear ($53).

Oscar de la Renta's son Moises is designing for Mango.