Lady Gaga talks about “ARTPOP”, shares what makes her feel beautiful and why she loves her fans in below exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Video from her Glamour Women of the Year issue cover shoot, officially released a while ago.
Among a series of looks, Gaga posed for Patrick Demarchelier in, there were two head sculptures, both by Bob Recine that caught my eye.
One of them made entirely of matchsticks!
I’m sure you’ll remember Bob’s Safety Pin Headpiece, Gaga wore back in 2010 or the Shoe Headband (among others) from her Mariano Vivanco photo shoot.
Fashion editor: Anne Christensen.
More credits in progress!
Photo credit: Glamour, Let’s Panic
Lady Gaga covers the May issue of Madame Figaro magazine.
Photographed by Mariano Vivanco. Styled by Nicola Formichetti. Hair by Bob Recine. Makeup by Billy B.
Kudos to this fashion four-leaf. What an awesome job!
Gaga wears a top…
… and a dress from Irina Shaposhnikova MA graduate collection “Crystallographica”, inspired by “the geological forms of crystals and minerals”. Collection, that “explores the geometrical and 3-dimensional approach to the female body and results new forms and shapes”.
Gaga’s filigree frames are by Mercura NYC.
“The detailing are lattice work combined with tassels of brass and a gold gilt floral disc. The frames were originally designed and made in 1990 by Mercura NYC at the Hotel Chelsea”.
For those who are interested, contact Mercura NYC for more details, they continue to make them!
Photo by Joao Carlos.
Noritaka Tatehana Unicorns completed Gaga’s Madame Figaro look.
Photos via: The-Fame, courtesy of Irina Shaposhnikova and Joao Carlos
Another week, another photoshoot.
Styled by Nicola Formichetti, with Mariano Vivanco behind the camara, Gaga posed for the legendary UK music magazine NME dressed in one-of-a-kind semi transparent black latex zipped catsuit custom made by Atsuko Kudo.
Hair: Bob Recine. Make up: Billy B. Set design: Chris Stone.
This piece is the “sister” catsuit to the flesh coloured one with slightly different zip arrangement Gaga wore in Born This Way video.
Photos via: Nicola Formichetti’s blog
Last weekend I finally found more photos from the session styled by Nicola Formichetti Gaga did with Mariano Vivanco, including below captures of her wearing the shoe headpiece so many of you have been asking me about Bob Recine created for this photoshoot.
Those of you who follow Bob know that his approach to hair is more of an artist rather than a hairdresser.
Artist that faithful to his “hairstyle is the ultimate expression of individuality” philosophy is able to create what suits the person, editorial idea, brand personality or fashion show the best.
Capable of making both the most classical and the most avant-garde hairdos you can imagine. And everything in between.
I’m sure you’ve read his name in last year Grammy Awards fashion & beauty credits, on V Magazine or i-D Magazine pages…
But what I think not all of you know is that the safety pin headpiece Gaga wore for Good Morning America back in February 2010, a photo of which I was kindly sent for you, was also signed by Bob Recine.
I’m sure there are more projects Gaga, Nicola and Bob have been and will be working on and I can’t wait to share all of them with you.
Photos via: courtesy of The Wall Group; The-Fame
Gaga appears on the cover and inside the i-D Magazine Exhibitionist Issue.
Photos by Mariano Vivanco.
Styled by Nicola Formichetti, with stunningly beauuutiful make-up and hairdo by Billy B and Bob Recine respectively, Gaga wears…
Latex coat from MUGLER Fall 2011 Menswear collection, also featured in the advertising campaign for the upcoming season, …
… high waisted stretch wool gabardine pants from, same as the black ones in Alejandro video, Francesco Scognamiglio Fall 2010 collection…
… and white Lady Vase platforms by Noritaka Tatehana.
Photos via: i-D Magazine, Francesco Scognamiglio, Elle, Nicola Formichetti’s blog, The-Fame