Saturday night Coachella festival headliner Lady Gaga took the stage at 11:29 in a black police hat and leather trench coat and opened with Schiebe off her Born This Way album.
She immediately followed it with LoveGame, during which she ditched the hat and jacket and encouraged the crowd to sing along.
Gaga also surprised fans by performing a new song, The Cure, about 45 minutes into the set.
“Vintage fashion is unique, it’s beautiful, and it’s sustainable,” said Georgia-native Erica Jarman, founder of the Starland District shop, House of Strut.
Jarman is among an emerging group of local entrepreneurs, fashion designers, and small business owners opening stores around Savannah dedicated to providing both quality, one-of-a-kind clothing; some are stressing the importance of buying vintage in order to not contribute to the “fast fashion” zeitgeist.
Before she could get down to the business of working on a record, singer-guitarist Lindsay Ell was given an odd assignment and a set of rules by her new producer, Kristian Bush. The Sugarland co-founder instructed the Alberta, Canada, native to isolate herself and re-record her favorite album on her own, as an exercise in understanding how the songs work and what elements she preferred to hear in a production. The album she chose was John Mayer's Continuum, and the process proved to be just the lesson she needed to complete her own project on her own terms. "On my iTunes playlist, it is like at the top of that flippin' list," Ell says of Mayer's 2006 LP.
Had she gone to law school instead of on tour, tended to the needs of the underserved rather than the overexposed, well, Pamela Des Barres might be running for president.
“I don’t believe in regret, of course, so I don’t wish I had followed another path,” the self-described “legendary groupie” said the other day. But if I had put the same focus and determination and dedication into politics that I had for getting next to those people, I could be Hillary Clinton right now. Instead, I was with the band.” Was she ever.
I love bitches. Or, rather, I love the women in film that we have come to call bitches; unrepentant, confident, cunning women. We call them bitches because that’s our word for when a female character behaves anywhere near as badly as the men on screen who have sex and murder and act without emotion—the men we often call anti-heroes. My love of these characters doesn’t come as a surprise, though; in a world where we are often apologetic and attempting to make ourselves smaller, it’s so freeing to watch a woman behave badly.
The Girls is an engrossing, beautifully written account of one young woman's association with a hippie cult, loosely inspired by Charles Manson's infamous Family and the grisly murders they committed in 1969.
When did you first become interested in the Manson murders?
I'm from Northern California, and both my parents are from California and were teenagers around the time of the Manson murders, so it was a big touchstone for them, culturally.
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Music and beauty appear to be having a moment. And we’re talking way heavier than Rihanna’s hotly anticipated cosmetics range, Gwen Stefani’s collaboration with Urban Decay, and Katy Perry’s lipstick line for Cover Girl.the all-girl LA-based rock band The GTO’s (Girls Together Outrageously).
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I wish you could’ve heard my reaction when my friend Sheva first told me last year that Pamela Des Barres was teaching a writing class in New York City for two consecutive nights. “Miss P,” as Mick Jagger called her back in the day, was an icon of mine since the 1960s when she was a member of the all-girl LA-based rock band The GTO’s (Girls Together Outrageously).
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Had she gone to law school instead of on tour, tended to the needs of the underserved rather than the overexposed, well, Pamela Des Barres might be running for president.“I don’t believe in regret, of course, so I don’t wish I had followed another path,” the self-described “legendary groupie” said the other day.
Pamela Des Barres is one of the most famous groupies in history, known for her relationships with the likes of Mick Jagger and Jimmy Page. But outside of her infamous affairs, Des Barres also moonlighted as an unofficial stylist to the rock stars she hung around, and allegedly taught Alice Cooper how to do his makeup and made shirts for Jimmy Page.
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