• Lady Gaga offers a preview of her "Marry the Night" video today, which includes some memorable fashion lines. "For example, those nurses. They're wearing next-season Calvin Klein. And so am I," she muses, as she explains to us why her fantasy is greater than reality. She adds: "I believe mint will be very big in fashion next Spring."
• After three years shrouded in secrecy, Beyonce's wedding gown is available for public viewing, thanks to the singer herself. The dress makes a blink-and-you-miss-it cameo in her new video for "I Was Here," like so.
• Florence Welsh lushly falls off the side of a building wearing state-of-the-art Rodarte in her new video for "No Light, No Light."
• Macy's new commercial for Black Friday stars Justin Bieber, features grown men screaming like teenage girls, and is actually pretty funny. Watch below:
• Madonna wore Dolce & Gabbana and Miu Miu at her Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project at NYC's Roseland Ballroom last weekend. Fans may recall that Madge directed the Miu Miu Fall 2010 video campaign a year ago.
• Take a look at the Courtney Love look-a-likes at Meadham Kirchoff's Spring 2012 show, which Edward Meadham, one half of the cult British designer duo, discusses in this week's Grazia. It's undeniable: Nineties fashion is back for real.
• Speaking of Nineties-oriented style, NYC clothing label Vena Cava, who cast The Like in their Spring 2012 presentation, may be shuttering due to financial difficulties. RISD graduates Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock founded the brand in 2003 and gained increading accolades as being a viable indie brand for the smart metropolitan woman. Many of their collections have carried an overt musical influence; they even launched their own riot grrrl-spirited fanzine earlier this year.
• Gisele Bündchen makes a startling cameo in Salem's new video, a spectral cover of Alice Deejay's hit "Better Off Alone." Even the witch house community apparently cannot resist the occasional supermodel cameo.