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Sometimes you just know you’re going to be ace at something before you even start, which is probably how Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin secretly felt when they signed on to create a capsule collection for cult jewelry brand TENTHOUSANDTHINGS.
Lady Gaga and Inez and Vinoodh whet our palette for the “Applause” music video by unveiling the pop star’s four V magazine covers last week in all their naked glory. But despite the visual appetizer, we still found our eyes utterly unprepared for what we saw in the hair-raising video that premiered on Good Morning America this a.m. Particularly, the part where we see Gaga’s singing face atop the body of a black swan.
We’ve seen Lady Gaga‘s boobs before, and we’ll see ‘em again, but this time around they’re getting the Vogue treatment.
You know a singer is serious when they treat the short trip from their trailer to the set of their new music video as an opportunity to do a bit of performance art, and that’s exactly what seems to have happened when Lady Gaga was filming the music video for You and I.
Thought you would get just one Lady Gaga video for the questionably umlauted “Yoü & I”? Nope! As the pop star announced yesterday, there are five more to come, and they’re all “fashion films” by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
We’ve been excited for Riccardo Tisci‘s religion-themed issue of Visionaire for quite some time now. The 228-page tome will set you back $425, but we were able to round up some of the most impressive images from the issue.
Lady Gaga is doing a lot of things we love lately, first releasing the kickass “Judas” video and now showing up on the cover of V looking all kinds of fly.
The full spread for Gisele‘s Vogue Paris cover is here, and we’re nothing short of obsessed. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot the supermodel in St. Barth’s, and the result is a set of photos that are arrestingly chic in their casualness.
Arizona Muse may have established herself as the season’s hottest model during Fashion Week, but she’s no one-trick runway pony — the up-and-comer also landed the spring campaigns for both Prada and Yves Saint Laurent. For those of you who have yet to discover the appeal of Muse, allow us to present YSL’s spring/summer 2011 video.
When Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot Balmain‘s fall/winter ad campaign, they creepily set up a bunch of hidden cameras to record Kate Moss‘s expert posing. The result wasn’t a lawsuit, but rather a supremely bizarre video involving cartoon snakes.