Lady Gaga was honoured for her work promoting peace by John Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono at a ceremony in Iceland yesterday – on what would have been the late Beatle’s 72nd birthday.
The singer collected her ‘LennonOno Peace Prize’, a glass trophy in the shape of a puzzle piece, wearing her second Saint Laurent Spring 2013 look in a row.
She teamed a cream maxi dress with a ruffled neckline with a silver embellished trim black tuxedo blazer.
Accessorizing the same black hat, she of course completed the look with sky-high boots.
With just two looks in two days, Gaga has pretty much summed up this collection, which was tuxedo jacket, sequin jacket, maxi dresses, pussy bow ties, sheer skirt and wide brim hat.
I think I can safely say I’m done with this collection.
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Lady Gaga was spotted leaving the Ecuador Embassy in London last night wearing the first look from the Saint Laurent Spring 2013 designed by Hedi Slimane.
That means all bets are off for Jessica Chastain, the face of YSL Beaute, to wear the first look.
Gaga made the look her own by taking the ruffled blouse and sequin blazer from one look and the maxi skirt from another, styling the look with a wide-brim hat and obligatory platform heels.
Those of you following the Lady Gaga vs. Cathy Horyn and Cathy Horyn vs. Hedi Slimane feuds won’t be surprised that Gaga is wearing this look.
It’s almost like a two-finger salute to the fashion critic who wrote a less than glowing review of the Saint Laurent Spring 2013 collection.
I guess the ball is back in Cathy’s court.
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Once inside Harrods for the launch of her fragrance ‘Fame’ yesterday evening, Lady Gaga changed into a more demure look.
When I say demure, I am referring to her Azzedine Alaïa dress, because demure isn’t the best word to describe her custom Brian Atwood booties.
The 9-inch black booties not only have her signature platform, they also have an asymmetrical heel and gold hardware which replicates the talons on the bottle of her new fragrance.
Brian Atwood clearly did his homework.
This is just one of several heels Brian Atwood has made especially for the singer.
Yesterday Lady Gaga was spotted in London headed to her ‘Fame’ fragrance launch which was held at Harrods.
The singer wore an Alexander McQueen Fall 2012 look.
Her black ponyskin laser-cut dress with fluffy pom-pom-like accents was styled with the same furry runway boots with a horse-hoof platform, but she decided not to wear the silver visor, opting for an OTT gold Philip Treacy Spring 2013 headpiece instead.
The gold and black theme appears to be in homage to the colours used for the bottle of her fragrance.
I know many of you cry a little inside every time you see Gaga wearing Alexander McQueen (or any designer), so how do you feel about this look?
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Lady Gaga was spotted leaving her hotel yesterday in Milan en route to her concert wearing yet another Versace dress.
Not just any old Versace dress, but the iconic black safety-pin dress with plunging neckline and cut-out sides which made Elizabeth Hurley famous back in 1994.
Gaga is rocking the look, I can’t deny that, but I can’t help but feel like this one should’ve stayed in the vault.
I mean, you wouldn’t get someone trying to remake Michael Jacksons ‘Thriller’.
Should this gown have stayed in the vault, or do you love that she brought back a classic?
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Lady Gaga and Donatella Versace sent fans in a tizzy last night as they threw roses to them from the Palazzo Versace balcony in Milan, Italy, after their private dinner party.
They also delighted by changing into a second outfit for the night.
This time Gaga donned a blonde wig, to match Donatella, wearing a white Versace gown with gold embellishments that looks like it’s from the Spring 2012 collection.
Donatella once again wore black.
Joining them on the balcony was Fozzi Bear, the Haus of Gaga’s pet dog.
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