Last Friday, Lady Gaga was seen in Paris, wearing a two-tone look from ILJA AW14 “Lumina” Haute Couture collection.
Ilja Visser was influenced by artists like James Turrell and Olafur Eliasson, both inspired by light, space and reflections. Light that defines forms, shapes and spaces, and also triggers the perception and emotions of the viewer, the Dutch designer tried to capture.
If you haven’t seen the collection yet, head to ILJA!
Photo credit: ILJA, GC Images
Lady Gaga was photographed in Paris on Saturday, wearing one of the ball gowns from Julien Fournié‘s latest runway.
The traffic-stopping halter couture creation, a high-drama juxtaposition of light-as-air flowy silk and heavy gothic beadwork, belongs to the French couturier’s AW14 “First Impulse” collection, inspired by the precise elegance of María Casares in Robert Bresson’s 1945 black-and-white movie “Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne” and German expressionism, in particular by some works by painter Otto Dix and his way of putting colors side by side to create emotions.
Who else did Gaga wear in Paris? Check back in a while to find out!
Photos via: Julien Fournie / Joanna Lorenzo, Wenn
“It’s a bird… It’s a plane…it’s a hat. It’s fozzi bear!”, Gaga instagrammed a couple of weeks ago.
She posed in champagne silk-satin sleek strapless “Washington” gown with geometric inset panels from Johanna Johnson SS14 “Muse” collection.
The Australian bridal, red carpet and luxury lifestyle designer, known for her timeless gowns infused with old Hollywood glamour, was inspired by the art deco elegance of the streets of New York City, from the decadence of the Chrysler Building through to Radio City Music Hall’s embellished interior.
Photo credit: Lady Gaga, Johanna Johnson
This is for all of you who have been asking me about the headpiece, Lady Gaga wears on the cover of “Anything Goes”.
Both this 1920s-inspired drip jewel design creation and the matching fabric-free Swarovski crystal “Erotice Ice” Top, were designed by Minneapolis-based artist, Gail Be.
“I think fashion is art and Lady Gaga is the epitome of someone who gets it”, she told Us Magazine: “She is not only a music icon, but a fashion icon”.
“Erotic Ice” ensemble is skillfully woven from over 8,500 rare, vintage and modern Swarovski crystal beads and gold findings. It took three people over six months to complete all the exotic pieces for this look.
The stunning base of the headpiece was purchased in the Czech Republic and it is the first soldered piece Gail has ever used in her designs.
Browse Gail Be Designs for more about the sparkling look, Gail’s intricate work and her inspirational and empowering story.
Photo credit: Lady Gaga, Gail Be