Today's Headlines


Lady Gaga has claimed the throne. She'll be appearing on the cover of the September issue of Vogue, reportedly to promote her upcoming fragrance, which may be called "Monster" and be based off of the smell of blood and semen. Exactly how we like our women smelling. [WWD]

Is this what the future looks like? Check out this 'City in the Sky' architectural video, meant to simulate a way to combat overpopulation in mega cities. [High Snobiety]

It's street style from California's Venice Beach, circa 1970. Chest hair and overalls never looked so good. [Selectism]

Men's Wearhouse fifth annual national Suit Drive is on, and it set up shop at the Tony Awards on Sunday. Celebrities including Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Tyler Perry, and Amanda Seyfried stopped by to style and donate suits to the cause. [WWD]

American Apparel might not be American any more. Although nothing is confirmed, the brand is under pressure to outsource some of its manufacturing, effectively reversing the business model that they so proudly promote. [Hypebeast]

In a brilliant move to promote tourism, Sweden has passed off the "@sweden" handle to a different citizen every week, allowing them to tweet whatever they would like during the week. Apparently they've been doing this for seven months, and we're just surprised it took this long to fall into the hands of someone who really took the uncensored tweeting seriously. Enjoy. [Mashable]

Catch up on everything Apple is announcing at the Worldwide Developers Conference, including iOS 6 features, new MacBook lineup, and new Moutain Lion OS X features. [Wired]

If you prefer to live an untraceable life, or if punching in your credit card info online gives you nightmares, wants your business. The online retailer has unveiled a "Pay with Cash" option for the site, allowing users 48 hours to pay in-store for online purchases. [WWD]