The first time I saw the film I was able to recognize only three of the designers whose creations were featured in this extraordinary work of art. So I watched it like five times again and again (am I hearing you saying “you’re not the only one“?).
All the team behind the film did an excellent job and I believe I’m not the only one who wouldn’t mind at all if both:
a) it was not so short short film (even though I’m aware of the fact that the good things come in small doses and the best perfumes in tiny flasks) and
b) see the next “sequel” in short. I actually can’t wait.
Then I visited DazedDigital.com and found more behind the scenes photos taken by Kasia Bobula. Recognized another young designer’s garment and I saw another fantastic piece Gagita wore but was not featured in the final editing.
So off we go: FASHION presents DazedDigital.com presents Lady Gaga.
… is by my dear Fred Butler who helped me find Alex Noble when I (still pre-FASHION) was desperately trying to find out the magic hands behind the “OP Warior” top Lady Gaga wore for MTV Playground.
The multicoloured metallic catsuit…
… is from Pam Hogg Fall 2009 collection.
The white shoulder pads with multicoloured petals were created by Petra Storrs.
When I saw them I remembered Anne Vyalitsyna‘s editorial for Dazed and Confused, also styled by Nicola Formichetti.
The garment I told you I recognized when I saw the behind the scenes photos was that so visually attractive black dress with silver chains.
The jewel belongs to David Koma‘s graduate collection I had a crush on…
… the moment I saw his LBDs. Oh my…
Last but not least, this jumpsuit didn’t make it to the final cut but I wanted you to see it anyway.
You read about the designer here on FASHION already.
And if you think it was Ara Jo, you are absolutley right. Another fabulous piece that belongs to another magnificent graduate collection.
Not able to ID more but something is telling me you won’t hate me for that.
I’ll see you tomorrow here with another FASHION story.
And the Eagle Eyes Award goes tooo…Brody!
The shoes Gaga wore with Pam Hogg catsuit – Petra Storrs shoulder pads – Fred Butler headpiece combo are one of those amazing platform wonders from John Galliano Fall 2009 collection.
Photos vía: DazzedDigital.com, David Koma, Ara Jo, Show Studio, Fred Butler, Vogue, Style