To celebrate the launch of her debut fragrance, Gaga visited the iconic Harrods store in London.
Last evening, she arrived in a fairytale carriage…
… and walked the black carpet, wearing elegant sleeveless curve hugging Azzedine Alaïa fishtail dress, accessorized with show-stopping custom made gold jewelry by Mordekai and the fifth pair of bespoke “FAME” shoes – amazing custom made platform booties by Brian Atwood.
Gaga changed three times last night. Check back in a while to see her second black dress and custom made mask!
Photos via: Zimbio, Harrods, courtesy of Brian Atwood
Terry Richardson has published a handful of stunning captures taken during Gaga’s visit of Palazzo Versace.
There is one of them I particularly adore. The one Gaga attached to her “At Gianni Versace apt in MILAN. terry really captured this dream come true. cried all night” tweet.
Gaga was wearing yet another piece from Gianni Versace Fall 1992 “Bondage” collection!
And a little bonus.
While browsing my files, I found another picture of the short Safety Pin Dress, modeled by Linda Evangelista back in 1994!
Photos via: Terry’s Diary, personal files
This is the look #4 from Lady Gaga’s private dinner at Palazzo Versace, hosted by Donatella.
The silk shirt dress with pleated skirt with Versace signature opulent gold baroque print is the same one Helena Christensen posed in for Walter Chin x Vogue Italia July 1991 editorial.
Gaga accessorized the look with black vintage Versace shades, belt and boots and Gianni Versace Spring 1991 iconic Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe and James Dean print featuring limited edition bag with beaded chain straps (below pictures are from Irving Penn x Gianni Versace SS91 campaign).
Photos via: GagaFan, Vogue.it, personal files
Gaga was photographed leaving her hotel yesterday, prior to The Born This Way Ball show at Mediolanum Forum, Milan.
I believe her gold and silver safety pins featuring black dress needs no introduction.
Presented by the beautiful Helena Christensen on Gianni Versace Spring 1994 runway (5:57), this legendary creation helped by then unknown Elizabeth Hurley become world famous overnight, after her red carpet appearance on the 1994 premiere of “Four Weddings and a Funeral”.
One of Gianni Versace‘s best-known creations, featured in the Versace retrospective exhibition at Victoria & Albert Museum back in 2002 (“Versace at the V&A” was the largest exhibition that the V&A in London has ever dedicated to one fashion designer).
Still topping the list of the most iconic red carpet dresses of all time.
The first dress in Hal Rubenstein’s book “100 Unforgettable Dresses” which, according to Hal, “is not quite random order”.
And above is most certainly not the complete “curriculum” of this 18-years-young sexy sleek slashed woman body celebrating double strap dress with plunging sweetheart neckline and oversized crystal encrusted gold and silver Medusa safety pins, undoubtedly one of the landmarks in the Little Black Dress history.
Gold Versace jewelry and black Pleaser boots completed the look.
Photos via: MarilynGlass.com, V&A, DailyMail, personal files