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Philip Treacy, the preferred milliner of sculptural topper-wearers everywhere, revealed that Lady Gaga's appearance at his first runway show in over a decade this past September wasn't planned. Instead, the songstress suggested the idea a mere two weeks before the show. Tracey explained, "She had this whole concept, she said she was feeling like Isabella. She rang me on her way to the show to apologise for being late—you never see that any more. She really is like a 21st Century pop version of Isabella Blow." The pink burka, for the record, belonged to Isabella. [Vogue UK]