Karl Lagerfeld interviewed Lady Gaga for Harper's Bazaar's September issue, and spent some time talking about his famous cat Choupette and Lady G's French bulldog, Asia. We learn that unlike Choupette, Asia does not have a maid. But he does get homemade puppy food prepared by Gaga. And he would definitely get along with Choupette should the two meet, she says. [Harper's Bazaar]
Besides being interviewed by Lagerfeld, Lady Gaga is on one of the magazine's three U.S. September covers. The other two are fronted by Penelope Cruz and Linda Evangelista. All three women are part of a feature on icons by Carine Roitfeld, 19 women deemed by Bazaar's global fashion director to be "always in fashion." The others are Lara Stone, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Mariacarla Boscono, Joan Smalls, Stephanie Seymour, Isabeli Fontana, Laetitia Casta, Carolyn Murphy, Monica Bellucci, Gigi Hadid, Brooke Shields, Eva Herzigova, Iman, Stacy Martin and Lauren Hutton.
"Sharknado" has spawned a perfume! Tara Reid, star of the Syfy channel's "Sharknado 2," has created a new fragrance, which, although it smells of lavender, is named Shark by Tara (with a fin replacing the "r" in her name.) [The Cut]
Patagonia is touting a new wetsuit make partly of "weed" -- but it's not the weed you're thinking about. The company just wanted to get your attention. [Los Angeles Times]
Bad-boy photographer Terry Richardson shot Martha Stewart at home for Porter magazine's fall issue. She wore outfits from Stella McCartney, Phillip Lim and Burberry, and reportedly opined that she thought Richardson was "cute." [Fashionista]
Target has hired a former PepsiCo executive as chairman and chief executive officer. [Los Angeles Times]Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun