Inside Harrods store in London, Gaga held a late Tea Party with exclusive competition winners from the UK and chatted to them while enjoying FAME-inspired black macaroons.
Gaga’s second look of the night consisted of gorgeous black neoprene avant garde “Domini” dress from IIMUAHII by Elena Slivnyak Fall 2012 collection, presented back in March during the “Supreme Beings” fashion show at SOMArts center in San Francisco.
Elena Slivnyak, current contestant on “Project Runway” 10th season, took the inspiration from a TV fencing match. She loved the silhouettes and the idea behind the monochromatic uniforms and decided to add her own textures and shapes to the original idea (you can read a beautiful interview with Elena about the collection and her cooperation with Juan Zambrano & Stephen Wheeler, in Tantalum Magazine).
Elena is about to launch an online store, so avant garde fashion lovers will keep an eye on her official site, where you can also go through the entire AW12 collection (must see!) and her fantastic sketches.
The second look of the night was accessorized with delicate custom made gold metal “Eyewear” headpiece by Dutch milliner Irene Bussemaker.
I’m sure you remember Irene’s copper “Aliën Mask” Gaga wore for the “FAME” Launch at Macy’s.
Below an initial sketch of the golden beauty, I was kindly sent. Exclusively for you!
Still one “FAME” Launch at Harrods London look to come. Check back in a while!
Photos via: Twitter – Brandon Maxwell, Iimuahii, courtesy of Irene Bussemaker
Lady Gaga appears on and inside the Harper’s Bazaar upcoming issue.
Interview by Derek Blasberg. Photos Terry Richardson. Styling Nicola Formichetti.
Make up and hair (adooore that wig!) Alex Box and Sam McKnight respectively.
Her plunging neckline top with silk fringes on the cover…
… belongs to Versace Spring 2011 collection (hope for some behind the scenes. I would looove to see the entire look).
Inside the magazine Gaga wears another spectacular piece from Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 collection, also featured in the first spring campaign under Sarah Burton’s direction.
Her white leather SS 2011 Hobnail Boots… Continue reading
Last time I wrote about House of Blueeyes, I told you there was another piece from one of their collections Gaga wore for last year VMA’s.
The Gold Metal Mask was created by Carol Wiseman for House of Blueeyes SS 2010 “I Feel Love” collection presented 5 days after (!!!) the last year Video Music Awards!
Photos by Paula Harrowing and Illamasqua.
Photos vía: Illamasqua, Facebook – Carol Wiseman, Ladygaganow
I was so excited to see what Gaga is going to wear for the ball… and she didn’t let me down (then “who” did let me down was my computer that crashed when I least expected it…).
The only two pieces of her look I “recognized” at the first sight were her Viktor & Rolf mask and her white Noritaka Tatehana “Lady Vase” platforms.
And I don’t know about you (and eager to read about your feelings) but I couldn’t get my eyes off her latex outfit for a looong while.
The ivory pearl embellished latex dress was custom created for her by Francesco Scognamiglio.
And I love, love, love it. Love the shape. Love the strategically placed cut-outs. Love how delicate it looks.
And last but not least, I love the fact I can share this exclusive sketch by Francesco Scognamiglio with you guys!
Her mask belongs to Viktor & Rolf Fall 2006 collection.
Gaga’s White Tie & Tiara Ball look was completed by diamonds by Chopard.
Credit: Nicola Formichetti’s blog, Francesco Scognamiglio, TFS
When leaving The Carnegie Hall, Gaga was wearing another traffic stopping dangerously sexy face jewel.
Her Mask is another spectacular creation from Erickson Beamon Dutchess of Fabulous collection.
Available by special order. Drop me a line if you just decided you don’t want to spend your life without this awesomeness and I’ll let you have the contact details.
Welcome to FASHION, Gooorgeus!
Photos vía: Erickson Beamon, Gagafan