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Your morning fashion and beauty report: Lady Gaga launches Vogue's new iPad app, hat suggestions for Kate Middleton and more acclaim for Rodarte

February 17, 2011 |  8:59 am

Lady Gaga is on the cover of March Vogue, and she also is launching Vogue's new Cover Exclusive iPad app. The app, which went on sale at the iPad app store at midnight Wednesday, has the full text of the cover story, exclusive video from the photo shoot by Mario Testino and author Jonathan Van Meter's audio diary. [StyleList]

Anthropologie's BHLDN wedding collection, which launched this week, includes apparel and accessories, of course, but also decor such as cake toppers and glassware. [OhJoy!]

Chalk up another vote of confidence for Los Angeles-based Rodarte. The fashion house of sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy could be the next Alexander McQueen or Galliano, Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour says. [Telegraph]

Like mother, like son. Nick Ashley, son of Laura, is designing a new menswear line, Private White V.C., inspired by British World War I hero Jack White, who was awarded the Victoria Cross at age 20. [Telegraph] 

Old Navy is apparently putting those creepy talking mannequins to rest and kicking off a spring ad campaign Thursday featuring singers and dancers. [WWD] (Subscription required.)  

Bijou Van Ness hat designer Rehn Dudukgian, whom we've written about before, has a new hat collection that FabSugar says would be lovely on princess-to-be Kate Middleton. We agree! [FabSugar]

And speaking of head gear, Spirit Hoods, the Los Angeles maker of furry animal-inspired caps, is making them for kids now, as well as adult trendsters. [Style Section LA] 

--Susan Denley

Photo: Lady Gaga accepting the award for pop vocal album at the Grammys last Sunday. Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images