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  • Stella McCartney' uniforms for the team from Great Britain has also drawn somebars
  • Ralph Lauren designs for Team USA's opening ceremony attire have drawn flack forlooking too French and being made in China.
    Photo by Ralph Lauren
  • The outfits for the Italian team by Giorgio Armani are a bit austere.
  • Jamaican sprinter (and world's fastest man) Usain Bolt and hurdler ShevonStoddard in Jamaican Olympics team gear by Cedella Marley and Puma
    Photo by Mark Zilbert
  • Saul Craviotto of Spain tweeted this pic.
    Photo via Saul Craviotto/Twitter

  • Johnny Depp at the 2012 MTV Music Awards
  • John Varvatos channels Depp with this ensemble.
  • Depp rarely goes without a hat, so why should you?
  • We dig the Dark Shadows styling with that skull on the temple of these AlexanderMcQueen shades.
  • Depp is often seeing wearing a wide leather cuff bracelet, and you can go thegoth route, too.
  • Rock your own Pirates of the Caribbean vibe with Icon Brand’s “All Smiles HaveTeeth” ring, $32 at urbanoutfitters.com.
  • Depp’s shoes are either scuffed and beat up or retro sleek, like these nostalgicspectators and saddle shoes.

  • Schiaparelli orange silk organza dress (1935), Prada silk jacquard dress (Spring2004) and a video of Judy Davis as Elsa Schiaparelli in background
  • Schiaparelli, in a 1931 photo by Man Ray, wears a gown she designed with faux,painted pleats down the middle.
    Photo by Man Ray/© 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
  • Miuccia Prada earned a graduate degree in political science and then trained asa mime (yes, a mime!) before creating one of today’s most influential fashionbrands.
    Photo by Guido Harari/Contrasto/Redux
  • Luxe lips skirt from Prada’s Spring 2000 line
    Photo by © Toby McFarlan Pond
  • Schiaparelli was known for whimsical ideas, like this 1937 “shoe hat” (made withsurrealist Salvador Dalí) and suit embroidered with lips on the pockets andlapels.
    Photograph by George Saad/© Les Editions Jalou, L’Officiel
  • Prada’s Fall 2004 line featured computer-generated prints that simulated pleats.
    Photo by © Toby McFarlan Pond
  • Plexiglas, mirrors and video dominate the Met’s new exhibit.
  • Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973) was a fashion sensation in the 1930s, ‘40s and‘50s, though her business eventually failed.