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You’d think it’d be an easy task to make a costume change at the an awards show for fashion designers. But Lady Gaga, who regularly shows up on the red carpet in one outfit and accept her trophies in another, accepted her CFDA Fashion Icon Award in a custom dress that unraveled into a studded leather-and-mesh body suit.
As promised, Lady Gaga is wearing clothes inside i-D magazine’s “Exhibitionist Issue.” She’s also wearing her facial and shoulder prostheses, black lipstick, and what appears to be a blue vinyl trench coat.
This may sound like an oxymoron, but Lady Gaga has been keeping a somewhat low style profile over the last couple weeks. But following the death of her grandfather and a vacation in Greece with her boyfriend Luc Carl, it’s been over two weeks since we’ve seen Gaga out in public in a crazy ensemble. Thankfully, the Fame Monster is now gallivanting about London in bustled dresses made of pink hair and caftans paired with 8-inch high platforms.
Another day, another Lady Gaga airport outfit. Last time we saw the Fame Monster travel, she was en route from LAX to JFK in a pantsless ensemble that featured a nude bra, fishnets, and Alexander McQueen‘s armadillo shoes. This time, Gaga flew from JFK to Los Angeles, and while she once again eschewed pants, she went all out with a Chanel pilot hat, gold blazer, and matching gold bra, belt, and hardware.
Words can’t express how excited we were when V Magazine sent over the images from an upcoming story by Nicola Formichetti, Lady Gaga‘s personal stylist, who just so happens to also be her best friend.
Like a little gift from the Fashion Magazine Gods, a photo of Gaga’s cover — for UK Vanity Fair, which we’re assuming will share the same cover image as the US issue — has been released.
Lady Gaga attended Elton John’s 12th annual White Tie and Tiara Ball bedecked in a creamy, pearl-studded, dusk colored gown which she paired, naturally, with a metal fencing mask.
In a break from her usually stellar ability to wear 8-inch McQueen-esque heels, Lady Gaga took a spill outside of London’s Heathrow Airport this morning.
At this point, the subject of Lady Gaga’s brilliant, bizarre, and baffling wardrobe has almost been exhausted. Or at least it’s no surprise that she is constantly surprising us. Predicting a Gaga outfit, I would even say, is like predicting the weather three years in advance. Maybe it’s for this very reason that the other day it struck me, in a flash, that I have no idea what Lady Gaga actually looks like.
Lady Gaga arrived at Thursday night’s Rainforest Fund 21st Celebration Benefit Concert in a Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein black silk taffeta bustier dress and those crazy heel-less shoes, and then changed into a white bustier dress over a knit hooded body suit — by the same designer — for her performance. But she somewhat inexplicably kept the shoes.
With the help of photographer Matthew Williams and a few cases of Polaroid film, V magazine has gone inside and behind the scenes of the retro camera’s newly appointed Creative Director Lady Gaga. The theme of the spread feels more than a little advertorial to us, but what isn’t these days? And one thing is for sure, it made for some fantastic photos. A sneak peek, inside…
Grace Jones recently gave a rare interview to The Guardian in which they asked her about Lady Gaga. When asked specifically if Jones felt Gaga had copied her, she answered, “Well, you know, I’ve seen some things she’s worn that I’ve worn, and that does kind of piss me off.” We took a look at both Gaga’s and Jones’ red carpet costumes and we have to admit: the similarities are striking.
Lady Gaga arrived in Tokyo for the Japanese leg of her Fame Monster world tour wearing an angular black capri-pantsuit that resembled nothing so much as trapezoidial parachute pants paired with platform booties that, by my estimates, run north of seven inches. The best part of her ensemble, though, was the pristine white Hermes Birkin bag, on which Gaga had scrawled a message to her Japanese fans — in permanent marker.
It’s quiet out there on the fashion news front, except for one thing: the entire world (and their news-based counterparts) seem to have gone gaga for Gaga. Sprinkled amongst the debut of H&M’s Garden line and Kevin Spacey’s endorsement of Kate Moss’ acting skills are about 8927348293432 billion stories covering Lady Gaga. No, we’re not exaggerating. Since most sites do some version of a news round-up, we’ve decided to do our own: All The Gaga News That’s Fit To Print. It’s a one-stop shop for everything related to the Queen of Pop, Fashion, and Crazy Costumes.