DALLAS, Oct 14, 2011/ — TGIF!!! But don’t worry, we still have your celebrity sighting fix for you.

In New York, Lady GaGa was seen wearing ASHER LEVINE for the music video of her 5th single, “Marry the Night”, styled and creative directed by Nicola Formichetti with Brandon Maxwell.

The musician wore a custom-made black lambskin leather paneled jumpsuit with the double-front zip detail. Much like the song, the jumpsuit is a nod to the New York downtown refinement.

In Los Angeles, actress Shenae Grimes looked laid-back in leather at Ubisoft’s ‘Just Dance Three’ launch party at The Beverly. Grimes completed her low-key red carpet look with a Stella & jamie leather jacket paired with an oversized tee, red skinny jeans and black booties.

Singer, songwriter, and now entrepreneur, Taylor Swift, wore Tracy Reese twice yesterday in New York City while promoting the launch of her new fragrance, Wonderlust! In the morning, she donned the Ruched Dress in Black/Ivory Modern to “Live! with Regis and Kelly” and then dazzled in a striped frock for the fragrance launch event at Macy’s later in the afternoon.

In London, Calvin Klein Collection wardrobed Bianca Jagger for the “Arts for Human Rights”: Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation Gala, held this evening in London, England. For the event, Ms. Jagger wore a custom Calvin Klein Collection white suit, designed by Francisco Costa, the brands’ Women’s Creative Director.

The “Arts for Human Rights” gala featured a dinner, charity auction and awards ceremony honoring Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and political activist Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui for their outstanding contributions to human rights, social justice and the environment.

Speaking of London, Elle Macpherson donned a Donna Karan dress from the Fall 2011 collection when the model met Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.

Last night Fergie held a surprise meet and greet with loyal customers at Nordstrom The Grove where she showed off her new Fergie Footwear Fall 2011 Collection.


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