Good Morning America: Lady Gaga in Giorgio Armani Privé, Sam Bennett, A-Morir, L.A. Roxx, Tom Tom, Mugler and Haus of Gaga
Posted on Saturday, July 2, 2011
I told you I had a bunch of articles still in progress. This was another one from them.
Last six weeks were super hectic on my side but now that I’m finally home, I can share with you everything I’ve got in my “Gaga fashion drawer”.
As always, the only people that know all the details about each and every outfit are her fashion team, so here’s the part I was able to find out more about.
Do you remember Gaga’s Giorgio Armani Privé VMA night leather look?
Of course you do!
But what most probably not all of you know is there were two looks Mr. Armani designed for Gaga.
The other one was “black vinyl pantsuit featuring a jacket with spike details, a vest outlined with zippers, and a shirt with a large bow and wide balloon sleeves”.
The the spike jacket Gaga rocked for one of her Good Morning America performances belongs to above custom made Giorgio Armani Privé suit.
You were asking me about her golden horns…
These babies were custom crafted for Gaga by NYC based costume designer Sam Bennett.
Sam made them from a viking helmet that he bought at a costume store, took apart and affixed the horns to a headband. Elongated them and added to the shape of the horns with boning that he curved up and out.
The whole armature is wrapped in a very thin cotton rope to smooth out the shape. Painted gold, studded and embellished with chains in several gold tones.
Is the first time we have Sam here on Gaga Fashionland, so here I have a tiny little sample of his work for you.
And his Facebook for all those of you who want to follow his fashion journey.
The lady behind Gaga’s studded jacket is Kerin Rose who, as you know, has been collaborating with Haus of Gaga for quite some time already. The gold jacket was designed by L.A. Roxx Hollywood.
Browse her exclusive A-Morir file on Gaga Fashionland to see every single piece she’s created for Gaga.
The black patent booties, as well as the black all gooed Mugler catsuit were customized for this occasion by Tom Tom Fashions, both in collaboration with Haus of Gaga.
Tom sent me this close-up for you.
Tom Tom has his exclusive file here as well. Browse, browse, brooowse!
As many times before, please remember where you saw this photo for the first time (is unbelievable how many copies of this blog are out there, countless hours of my work, taken without asking or crediting. Would you be happy or upset?).
Know more fashion details about GMA? Drop me a line
And before I leave you, the answer to your requests about the 2nd part of Gaga Fashionland exclusive Gaga’s 88 magic keys exhibition is: definitely YES! Unicorn Piano included!
More articles to come. Stay tuuuned!
Photos via: The-Fame, Lady Gaga Fan, Gaga Fan, courtesy of Giorgio Armani, Sam Bennett, Tom Tom Fashions