Gisele Bündchen Covers 'Vogue' China, Lady Gaga And Polaroid Create New Camera, And More Fashion News

Gisele Bündchen on the February cover of 'Vogue China.'
Photo: Courtesy of 'Vogue China'

• Decked out in colorful stripes and a bow barrette, 30-year-old model Gisele Bündchen doesn't look a day over 20 on the February cover of Vogue China. {Coco Perez}

• It's been a year since Polaroid announced Lady Gaga as its new creative director/face of the brand, but tomorrow the company will finally unveil the camera creation that Gaga has been working on. {Nitrolicious}

• From metallic to mesh, Prada has designed Mary Jane shoes every which way this season. {Fashionologie}

• Have you seen Beyoncé's fabulous new commercial for L'Oreal Paris Feria? What are you waiting for?! {Coco Perez}

• Fashion designer Ralph Lauren doesn't just collect tie patterns. Just wait until you see his massive 60-plus luxury car collection. Goodness! {Jezebel}

Lisa Loeb, the bespeckled '90s pop star, debuted a line of eyewear chock full of tortoiseshell cat-eye styles named after her songs. {She Finds}

David and Victoria Beckham's 8-year-old son Romeo secured a spot on British GQ's 50 best-dressed list, landing higher on the list than Prince William and Jude Law. Okay. {E! Online}

• Props were recently given to 92-year-old Margaret Vinci Heldt, the stylist who invented the never-going-out-of-style beehive hairdo 50 years ago. {Stylelist}

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