I’m head over heels in love with this look! Let’s continue with one of my personal favourite garments – the jumpsuit (I may not have a lot of dresses in my closet but jumpsuits, jumpsuits I definitely have “a few”).
This particular burnt orange architectural beauty…
… was designed by Georgia Hardinge as a part of her Spring 2012 “Cubed” collection, largely influenced by the sculptural vision of Raymond Duchamp-Villon and inspired by the dark nature of cubo-futurism.
The looks on the LFW runway were completed with Jeffrey Campbell Lita boots…
… and a perfect final touch – cubed buns!
Photos via: The-Fame, Vogue, Amelia’s Magazine, Thefashionscoutsept09
Captures of Gaga looking absolutely amazing leaving her hotel in London yesterday.
I’ll start from the top.
The umbrella (or rather parasol) with carved painted mermaid handle and scalloped edges…
… is from Tsumori Chisato Spring 2012 collection – an eclectic and playful homage to all things tropical.
Tsumori said she imagined Japan as an island in the South Pacific, while also loading up her basket with a host of other tropical cultures like Costa Rica, Cuba, and Miami. But ultimately, her imagination is a republic unto itself—a place where Godzilla breathes fire onto sequin mermaids, and palm-tree leaves merge with hula skirts in raffia trim on sweet little T-shirts.
I believe I don’t have to introduce Gaga’s Paloma Picasso 3729 vintage sunglasses to you. But if you’re still looking for a pair of these honey babies for your personal collection, found another one for you HERE!
Next: more about the jumpsuit. Check back in a while!
Photos via: The-Fame, Vogue, Tsumori Chisato
More about this stunning headpiece!
Look what I got for you directly from India yesterday night!
Another beautiful picture of the Tarun Tahiliani creation Gaga wore for her Formula 1 after-party performance – the white fitted body suit with side panel cutouts, encrusted with heavy gold and Swarovski chains with a stylized draped concept sari in lame and chiffon. Gaga made “a little bit of New York”.
“We were very flattered and honoured that Lady Gaga chose to wear our design for her concert”, Tarun Tahiliani said.
“She completely transformed our signature sari drapes, first into a sarong drape, then she threw the pallu off and performed in the body suit with fishnet stockings and Louboutins. It was her creative genius that made five different looks out of one of our pieces. The fact that she’s chosen to wear Tarun Tahiliani through not only the day but also the night was an affirmation of our emphasis on fit and finish, as the fit on her was perfect.”
Photos via: courtesy of Tarun Tahiliani
Gaga was photographed leaving a screening room in Soho wearing…
… fabulous knit fur coat from Michael Kors Fall 2011 collection.
Collection that marked Michael’s 30th anniversary as a designer and showcased his quintessential style from previous decades.
The fluffy fur pieces, especially the ones in skin-tone color palette are absolutely delicious.
Haven’t seen Michael’s “greatest hits” collection yet? Head to Vogue and let me know your favourite number!
Gaga completed the look with matching Christian Louboutin Lady Daf Platform Mary Jane Pumps, Mykita x Marios Schwab Jane sunglasses and Rodrigo Otazu jewelry.
Photos via: The-Fame, Vogue