Posted on Monday, February 1, 2010
Each and every piece Gaga wore yesteraday was custom crafted for her by Giorgio Armani, who loved working with our girl:
“We hear Lady Gaga’s music everywhere we go. It is like a soundtrack of our times. In addition to her formidable songwriting skills, she is a modern fashion phenomenon. I am delighted to be creating these outfits on such an important night for her, the Grammys, and I wish her the best of luck”.
And here comes the star, wearing this mind blowing spacial creation by Armani Privé.
Looove the exquisite orbital wonder with the crystal embellished sheer catsuit underneath.
L.O.V.E. from every angle.
Would like to see the catsuit “in person”. Looks like it covers the whole body. From head to fingers to shoes (which I wouln’t mind at all walking a mile in).
The star was just the perfect final touch for our little big monster star memorable look.
Gaga was “honored to be wearing Armani this evening. The series of pieces Mr. Armani created for me are truly iconic; they represent not only beautiful fashion, but my spirit and essence as an artist. Mr. Armani is a fashion legend, and tonight would not have been the same without his touch, and his wonderful team”.
How many crystals do you think were used for her green bodysuit?
And the coulour… hmmm… sooo beautiful. Plus the combination with the hot pink eyes and lips = deliciousss!
Couldn’t believe my eyes this morning (not one of those lucky ones of you who were able to watch the show yesterday) when I saw Lady Gaga and Elton John playing the double sided monster piano (she tweeted about) designed for this special night by Terence Koh! OMG, what a piece!
And the last three pieces of the night (here you can see the entire all over body catsuit better):
… crystal incrusted molded minidress…
… jacket the authentic Galaxy Queen would be green with envy about…
… and the lights catching camera loving sparkling origami Philip Treacy for Armani Privé headpiece!
For those who asked me about hair and makeup, don’t have any details on products used unfortunatelly but do have the names of the “responsible” gentlemen – Bob Recine and Billy Brasfield respectively.
Would love to share more info and details with you guys. Fingers crossed!
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Credit: GiorgioArmani, Nicola Formichetti’s blog
Photos vía: Celebritycity, Daylife
Filed under Accessories, Billy Brasfield, Bob Recine, Bodysuit, Dress, Giorgio Armani, Hair, Headpiece, Jacket, Jumpsuit, Make-up, Philip Treacy, Shoes, Terence Koh
Posted on Friday, January 8, 2010
944 Magazine has never look this fierce!
Our girl graces the cover of the January vanguard issue of the magazine wearing…
… white lace dress by Haus of Gaga and an exquisite headpiece by Alex Noble, custom made from patch worked antique lace, diamonds and feathers, called “Carnival Muerto”.
Her absolutely flawless make-up is Billy Brasfield‘s work of art. And the magic hands behind the glam curly hairdo belong to Peter Savic.
You can check out more Lady Gaga photos by Max Abadian on the 944 official site.
There is another delicious headpiece, also exclusively created for Gaga, starring in the January issue of the 944 Magazine editorial:
The Crown designed and crafted by Mouton Collet, made of silk tulle embroidered with pearls.
Happy to keep the promise I gave you the last time I talked about Mouton Collet.
Look at this beauty…
The riding hat at is entirely made of white feathers and yes, those are real deer horns. Now tell me, wouldn’t you just love to touch it, try it and take it home?
I definitely would.
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Photos vía: 944, Mouton Collet
Filed under Accessories, Alex Noble, Billy Brasfield, Dress, Hair, Haus of Gaga, Headpiece, Make-up, Max Abadian, Mouton Collet, Peter Savic, Photo shoot
Posted on Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Sooo many of you wanted to know who did Lady Gaga’s make-up and hair for the Bad Romance video.
Mr. Magic Hands behind the make-up is Billy Brasfield…
… and the one behind the hair is Syd Curry. Both of them are one of the most successful and sought after artists in the Fashion and Entertainment industries. Visit their respective official sites and have a look at what these two talented men are capable of creating.
Bad Romance was not their first colaboration with our girl. Billy and Syd also created, among others, her make-up and hairdos for ACE Awards and MOCA 30th Anniversary Gala (huge thanks, Nic, for your help!).
There was another magic handed hair artist’s work featured in the video.
I’m talking about the “Walk walk fashion baby…” look.
The hairpiece Lady Gaga wears is “Lips” from Charlie le Mindu Spring 2010 collection (thanks a lot to Richie for the info!).
Yes, that very one wig a bunch of you wrote me about how much you would love Gaga wearing it.
Now you know she did. Her very own way.
Photos vía: GagaDaily/gallery, Daylife, Madmoiselle Robot, Flickr – Andy Houghton
Filed under Bad Romance video, Billy Brasfield, Charlie le Mindu, Hair, Make-up, Syd Curry