Fashionable, but not fully functional.
Lady Gaga star in The cover of InStyle May, wearing a pink Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown, Gasoline Glamor collar inlaid and elbow-length silver cuffs by Manuel Albarran that made it impossible for him to walk, sit or even turn around.
On Wednesday, the magazine shared a behind-the-scenes clip of the singer “Stupid Love”, 34, brought to the set by the assistant, a stiff neck and arms crossed on his chest like the mummy of King Tut.
“Fashioooon,” Gaga sang as she was handed over to her post in front of the camera.
In the cover photo, the pop icon modeled the appearance of a more impractical designer (though very pretty), ranging from Givenchy Haute Couture’s white gown covered with a gold-colored London Philip Treacy hat that looked rather heavy to a veil based on gum gauze covered with gold gilded. framework.
In line with the clear color scheme for his latest album “Chromatica,” the first postponed amid a coronavirus pandemic, Gaga also sports pink hair, nails and makeup throughout the spread.
In the interview, star friend and stylist Nicola Formichetti, with whom Gaga reunited for her new album cycle, hinted that there were more “punk-rock” fashion moments to come during the launch of “Chromatica”.
“I want to restore sex and anxiety with ingredients such as latex and skin and nails and studs and mix it with couture,” he told Glossy.
Let’s hope he can still dance.
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