Gaga was captured with a lucky fan in Chicago yesterday, wearing show stopping long green fox fur coat from Helen Yarmak SS13 “Love FurEver” collection, designed with Russia in mind, she purchased in Helen Yarmak boutique in Moscow.
The coat was also presented in shorter version with three-quarter sleeves.
The brown sable coat with leather belt Gaga was photographed wearing a few days ago, is another piece by Helen Yarmak.
Photos via: The-Fame, Helen Yarmak
“Just arrived in St. Petersburg Russia,” Gaga tweeted yesterday, together with a picture of herself at the airport. “I’m so delighted to see so many monsters at the airport. Take me to the ballet!”.
She looked gorgeous wearing black cropped top and textured round neck fur skirt coat with leather sleeve cuffs and belt, another stunning number from Lydia Stedman “After Dark” collection.
The look was styled with glitter Vuitton brown updo by Frederic Aspiras, her Versace January J’s, Chanel clip ons, selection of Chanel and Versace jewelry, pair of black fingerless gloves and signature Pleaser ankle boots.
Photos via: LadyGagaNow, GagaFan, Lydia Stedman
I’ve almost missed the series of candids of Gaga leaving her hotel in Paris, wearing silk charmeuse abstract animal print blouse and pants, the opening look from Viktor & Rolf Fall 2012 runway.
She teamed the ensemble with oversized fur coat with black wool inserts from the same collection, and accessorized with black cat eyes and black stilettos.
The Printed Tie Neck Blouse featuring draped front with asymmetrical button down fastening, ruched gathers the back and long voluminous sleeves with knife pleats and buttoned cuffs, is available at Shopbop.
While you’re in the changing room, you can also try the matching pleated wide-leg pants.
Thanks for your help, David!
Photos via: GagaFan, Vogue, Style
The last piece of Gaga’s “FAME” Launch Party at the Guggenheim Museum look.
The Floral Print Hooded Coat with two dimensions effect and matching mask Gaga wears on the pictures with Steven Klein, belong to Comme des Garçons Fall 2012 collection.
“Two dimensions are the future” was Rei Kawakubo‘s premise for this vivacious, witty and entirely two-dimensional, cut-out paper doll’s closet like collection you can go through on Vogue.
This piece is also featured in Comme des Garçons Fall 2012 campaign by Mert & Marcus.
Coming next: Gaga opens Philip Treacy Spring 2013 Fashion Show!
Photos via: The-fame, Vogue, Comme des Garçons, Harper’s Bazaar
Those of you who watched the videos from the The Born This Way Ball show in Cologne, have seen Gaga debuting another bespoke costume.
During “LoveGame” and “Telephone”, Gaga wore custom made leather one shoulder illusion Swarovski embellished dance leotard with crystal mesh shoulder panel detail by Void of Course (you can watch the video here)!
Exclusive photo and sketch. Just for your eyes.
In this sequence, the dancers wear custom made Versace costumes featuring lattice elements seen on Versace Fall 2012 runway.
And a bonus for Void of Course lovers.
Close up studio captures of the “Electric Chapel” Crystal and Leather Coat!
Got another Void of Course bonus for you! Detail shots of the masks the London based fashion duo designed and crafted for The Born This Way Ball.
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Photos via: GagaFan, The-Fame, courtesy of Void of Course