Nikos Aliagas tweeted below picture taken during the interview he did with Lady Gaga for Europe 1.
Gaga was wearing a spectacular wearable sculpture from Hellen van Rees Fall 2012 “Square One: The Miracle of the Space Age” collection, inspired by the tweed fabrics used by Chanel, the straight silhouette of 1920′s flapper girls and 3-dimensional artworks by Anish Kapoor and Rachel Whitebread.
All the pieces from this sustainable collection are handmade from reclyled yarns handwoven one by one directly into the shape of the architectural three-dimensional garment that, including the cubes, is totally seamless. The yarns, in shades ranging from white to black with a touch of silver, as well as the base textile, are production factory remnants or old fabrics and scraps taken apart.
After her BA Fashion Design studies at the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, Hellen moved to London where she recently graduated from the MA Fashion at Central Saint Martins. Visit Hellen van Rees for more, including her just presented Spring 2012 “Square²: Exploring Excitement” collection!
Photos via: Nikos Aliagas, Hellen van Rees
Gaga was photographed grabbing some coffee before she left Melbourne last week, rocking dark emerald and noir pajama suit from nineteenth-century decadence inspired Gucci Fall 2012 collection.
She wore her chic velvet PJ ensemble with black bra, vintage belts & sunglasses, and signature towering platforms.
Back from my first summer break. More updates in progress. Check back in a while!
Photos via: The-Fame, LadyGagaNow, Vogue
Back in March Lady Gaga and her mum Cynthia invited Oprah Winfrey into their New York City home for the two-hour Oprah’s Next Chapter interview.
For this once in a life time moment Gaga donned elegant crimson draped shawl collar belted jacket and below-the-knee pencil skirt from John Galliano Pre-Fall 2012 collection, inspired by American actress Tippi Hedren.
A pair of nude patent ankle strap platform pumps completed the look.
I want to thank Felicia, one of Gaga Fashionland long time readers, for helping me ID this look!
Photos via: The-Fame, John Galliano
Gaga was photographed on her way to “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2012″ rehearsals wearing…
… absolutely stunning gold metallic brocade pantsuit with mandarin collar and gold signature buttons down the front of the jacket, at the flap pockets and wrists – vintage treasure from Chanel AW 1996 collection.
This collector’s piece was made both with multi-coloured crystal embellishment, as seen on Gaga, and without it.
Below picture was featured in the MET catalogue for the Chanel exhibition celebrated back in 2005, showcasing 63 thematically grouped outfits from eight decades. All the illustrations in the accompanying catalogue created through a process of double-photo transfers, are by Karl Lagerfeld who hand-tinted them.
Gaga completed the look with matching Daffodils by Christian Louboutin, gold headband, vintage Chanel sunglasses, vintage Chanel flower earrings with CC logo on each petal, vintage Chanel belt and black Chanel Mademoiselle Bowling Bag.
Credit: Nandebil, RedCarpet-FashionAwards, The-Fame, Resurrectionvintage
Gaga attended KIIS FM’s sold out Jingle Ball at Nokia Theatre L.A. yesterday.
Haven’t found any clear pictures from her performance yet but can share with you what she wore backstage while meeting and taking tons of photographs with her fans.
The black Grain de Poudre and Satin Long Skirt Tuxedo belongs to…
… Stéphane Rolland Fall 2011 HC collection.
This über chic ensemble, Gaga accessorized with her vintage Frame France shades, Chanel pearls and black gloves, is at least the fourth look from Stéphane’s current haute couture collection Gaga was photographed wearing.
The first one (and I believe the first piece by Stéphane Rolland Gaga’s ever introduced us to) was the Embroidered Gazar Farthingale in her MTV VMA “Muse Factory” video.
Than she donned black Crepe Mousse Assymetrical Long Dress for Emmy Awards.
The third one was the white “Hanfu” Dress on E! Special minutes prior to the worldwide premier of Marry The Night.
Photos via: Stéphane Rolland, The-Fame