In the latest winner-less battle, Lady Gaga has taken up her allotted space in this month's V Magazine to target NY Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn... and right before Fashion Week. Previously, Horyn ran a questionable critique, and photo, of Christina Hendricks, which made it very clear she was not really a "for the people" kind of fashion person. And that, at the root of it, seems to be one of Gaga's issues—the critic is too critical, too predictably harsh, etc! Gaga writes:

"In the age of the Internet, when collections and performances are so accessible to the public and anyone can post a review on Facebook or Twitter, shouldn’t columnists and reviewers, such as Cathy Horyn, employ a more modern and forward approach to criticism, one that separates them from the average individual at home on their laptop? To be fair, Ms. Horyn, the more critical question to ask is: when did the pretense of fashion become more important than it’s influence on a generation?"

As the Observer points out, it's possible that this is Gaga's revenge for Horyn saying she looked "embalmed in the black Versace harness" at this year's C.F.D.A. awards. In fact, at the end of her rant, Gaga even suggests we "embalm" the fashion critic, who is no longer modern. (You can read the full thing here.) Let's hope the upcoming Fashion Week brings these two face-to-face for a cat(walk) fight.