While for the interview with Ellen Gaga wore the fabulous black Valentino Spring 2012 prêt-à-porter ensemble, her crystal embellished Marry The Night costume was custom made specifically for this occasion.
Based on the ballet scene from the Marry The Night video, both Gaga’s pink acid wash ballerina costume (Gaga wore with her Lady Pointe by Noritaka Tatehana platform shoes) and all the dancers costumes were designed and crafted by In-House Atelier, NYC based design house specialized in custom stage wardrobe and tailoring.
Last time Gaga rocked a costume by In-House Atelier, was during the opening performance at Grammy Nomination concert (for which In-House Atelier also designed and crafted most of the dancers costumes).
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For her latest appearance on Ellen Degeneres Show, that aired yesterday night, Gaga opted for her favourite colour and wore…
… the look no. 7 from Valentino Spring 2012 collection, that was “all about organic textures but in a very simple shape with the memory of couture”.
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli were thinking of Tina Modotti and Georgia O’Keeffe when they were at the drawing board, of Mexican folk embroidery back in the early 1920s and the photographs of Graciela Iturbide, Edward Weston and Deborah Turbeville.
Look at the detail of the paper-thin leather skirt with macramé insets and scalloped hemline and waistline. Such a beauty. Dreamy fashion poetry!
Photos via: Valentino, Vogue, DailyMail (Wenn)
Just found for you the hand carved and hand painted beauty Gaga wore for the Vanity Fair photo session with Annie Leibovitz as part of her vintage Atelier Versace – Mercura NYC look.
Her exquisite matte gold “Midnight Garden” cocktail ring belongs to Alexis Bittar Lucite collection and you can “try it” in warm grey at DetailsDirect!
Photos via: The-Fame, Alexis Bittar
The dazzling galactic outift Armani Privé custom created for Gaga’s spectacular Grammy Awards 2010 red carpet appearance, …
… the one that was featured in Giorgio Armani’s red-carpet retrospective exhibition back in March, 2010…
… and reproduced for “Theatricality” – tribute to Gaga Glee episode, by NBC’s “Today” show and by Madame Tussauds in Vienna (among others)…
… is one of the 100 famous dresses from films, red carpet and other world-wodely talked about events carefully selected by Hal Rubenstein, the fashion director of InStyle and one of its founding editors, for his “100 Unforgettable Dresses” book “filled with the stories, secrets, intrigue, and insights behind the most indelible dresses in our collective memories”.
More than two hundred images. Wonderful anecdotes, fascinating facts, and just enough juicy gossip. Exclusive interviews with the designers and the women who wore the dresses that reveal the initial spark and captivating drama behind the making of each dress… a must have book for any fashion maven, red-carpet addict, celebrity tracker or a pop-culture aficionado!
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Photos via: Amazon, Modelizing, Flickr, Acceshowbiz
Gaga sat down with VEVO and spoke about “Marry The Night” video, the inspiration behind it, the rain on the set, the fashion choices for this particular scene, and much more (you can watch the exclusive interview on Gaga News), wearing…
… structured New Frame Dress from Hussein Chalayan Black Line SS12 “Sip” collection.
Collection that, as Hussein said backstage: “Is really about past and present. I like the idea that it’s day-to-evening. Maybe she can go from work to a gallery, and then she can maybe go out further. I like these in-between purpose clothes, which I find quite relevant right now”.
Instead of showing you more photos or close-ups of the outfits from the show, I want to invite you to watch the behind the scenes (and seams) of this beautiful fashion event, the making of documentary of Hussein Chalayan SS12 “Sip” Show in Paris, for the technological part of which he collaborated with The Creators Project and VICE. Because as he says: “Technology is really the only thing through which you can do new things, everything has already been done on way or another…”.
Photos via: capture, Vogue