Behind The Scenes of Her Elle US Cover Shoot: Lady Gaga in Azzedine Alaïa

The last look from Lady Gaga’s Elle US Behind The Scenes, is Azzedine Alaïa Fall 2013.

The knit column dress, leggings and opera gloves, feature this season newly introduced lurex polka-dot motif.

Our Elle US Behind The Scenes miniseries ends here.

Sooo… What was your favourite look so far?


Photo credit: captures, The Fashion Spot

Behind The Scenes of Her Elle US Cover Shoot: Lady Gaga in Marc Jacobs

The next look from Lady Gaga’s Elle US Behind The Scenes, is backless, gold lamé evening gown from Marc Jacobs Fall 2013 collection.

The liquid like showpiece, mix of silk and metal, features a barely there halterneck tie closure.

Available an exquisite cross-back tank version at Matches.

Hair by Frederic Aspiras.


Photo credit: captures, Elle

Behind The Scenes of Her Elle US Cover Shoot: Lady Gaga in Mugler

The second look from our Elle US Behind The Scenes miniseries, was white angora knit crop top from Mugler Fall 2013 retro-futuristic “time-travel in style” collection, referencing modern air travel in the 50s and 60s and futurism of Oscar Niemeyer’s curved modernist buildings.

Styled by Brandon Maxwell, Gaga topped the cosy turtleneck number (looove the curvilinear shapes), with baby pink mink hat from Chanel Fall 2013 collection, and hand made black-and-white shell “Kyle” sunnies from Shanghai based eyewear label, CHairEYES.

Make-up and manicure by Tara Savelo and Gina Viviano respectively.


Photo credit: captures, Elle, Mugler

Behind The Scenes of Her Elle US Cover Shoot: Lady Gaga in Jason Wu

Daily Mail published “The Glass House” a few hours ago – a behind the scenes of Lady Gaga’s Elle US cover shoot.

On top of Christian Lacroix x Schiaparelli, Versace and Dries Van Noten, I brought you yesterday, I was able to ID four more looks (so today you can look forward to at least four more fashion stories).

The first one, a structured fluffy white fur coat with voluminous sleeves and nipped-in waist, is a showpiece from Jason Wu Fall 2013 collection, called “Extreme Femininity”, the New York based designer considers his “most womanly, most grown-up” collection to date.


Photo credit: captures, Vogue