The bottom part (I believe further customized by Haus of Gaga for this occasion)…
… were “Double Forward” thigh-high side split pants from Camilla and Marc “Infinite Variability” collection presented back in May during the 2011 Rosemount Australian Fashion Week.
Collection that for Camilla and Marc was an exploration of colour and voluminous shapes, “a new impression with strong bold colour, overblown prints and opulent fabrics”.
Below some of the close-up captures I loved.
You can check-out the whole collection (as well as the past ones) on their official site.
Many of you were asking me about the “anime eyes”.
The make-up artist chosen by Gaga for that special night was Yuki Make.
Yuki believes Japanese manga as their sub-culture is something they can be proud of. She proposed to draw a large eyeball on the eyelid, just like Japanese manga.
The most important point was to make it look beautiful when the eyes were wide open as well.
For Yuki the experience was beyond impressive: “Gaga wasn’t just a performer, but she shared the same perspectives of the producer, designers, make-up artists and all those artists involved in the creation. Each creator had a strong sense of responsibility and passion to complete the work. This is exactly what I always wanted to do. Gaga appeared to be as flexible as possible by not giving us any minor instructions. There never was any refusal, criticism nor any negative attitude. The same thing applies to her staff. It was very impressive how nice and sweet everybody was”.
Photos: Vogue, Ohjamie, Yuki Make, Twitpic/ladygaga, Candy