Photographed by Miguel Reveriego, the 32-year-old reality TV star looks seductive in designs by Tom Ford, Viktor & Rolf, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tex Saverio, Roberto Cavalli, Manolo Blahnik and Giuseppe Zanotti.
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“She is unique. She reminds me of Elton John, with the wild costumes. If all Elton John ever did was walk on stage in crazy costumes, hats and furs, no one would have cared. But because of his talent is bigger than life, it works. So that’s why she reminds me of Elton John, because when she begins to sing, you see she’s a real singer, with extraordinary talent and incredible vocal talent”, Celine shares with 7Hollywood.
Mr Lady Gaga aka Taylor Kinney makes a cameo in the February issue of US Vogue magazine. The ‘Chicago Fire‘ actor and model-turned-actress Amber Valletta — renowned for her role as Victoria’s best friend Lydia in season one of ‘Revenge‘ — portray a young Country couple, modeling Westernwear from Rag & Bone, Tommy Hilfiger, Guess and Michael Kors, under the camera lens of Peter Lindbergh.
It has been an incredible year for Emma Stone, the ‘Gangster Squad‘ starlet scored two major Vogue covers and now she earns the top honour of gracing the cover of US Vogue’s 2012 Special Edition ‘Best-Dressed’ Issue.
The 24-year-old actress is all smiles on the Mario Testino-shot cover, looking chic with wispy bangs and a printed Proenza Schouler dress. Other big names making Vogue’s Best-Dressed list this year include, Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Kate Upton, Kristen Stewart, Rooney Mara, Solange Knowles, Azealia Banks, Jennifer Lawrence, Lana Del Rey and Zoe Saldana.
“I like romance. I like doing special things for my girl or for loved ones, of course. You can never go wrong with flowers”, the 31-year-old hottie tells Bullett.
The 31-year-old hottie looks ready for fall in a black Bottega Veneta coat, paired with a white Salvatore Ferragamo shirt on one cover, while keeping warm in an Etro leather bomber jacket and Louis Vuitton shirt, on the other cover.
A dreamy wide shot of Lady Gaga adorns the cover of the September issue of US Vogue magazine (Checkout the cover and editorial preview here). Her Grace Coddington-styled editorial, shot by Mert Alas And Marcus Piggott, gives precedence to the 26-year-old’s head. From donning oversize Marc Jacobs hats, to rocking blonde messy hair and even being captured in a dramatic, yet exquisite, black and white head-shot, the ‘Born This Way‘ songstress impresses like she only can.
FYI: A moment of silence for that black Alexander McQueen feather cape.
The much-anticipated Lady Gaga Vogue cover, for the all so important September issue, is finally here and in true Gaga style it’s over-the-top. Anna Wintour puts the 26-year-old artpop songstress on the cover for the second time, and on the magazine’s biggest issue ever — with 916 pages.
Prolific photography duo Mert Alas And Marcus Piggott captures a full-shot of Gaga, with a sultry pout and her hands behind her back, while sporting bleached cotton candy-esque hair as well as wearing a floor-length and off-the-shoulder Marc Jacobs gown. Gaga was styled by Vogue’s longtime contributor Grace Coddington.
Gaga is, of course, promoting the launch of her first fragrance ‘Fame‘ and she had to tell the magazine the following on the first ever black eau de parfum:
“The fragrance is called Fame. It must be black. It must be enticing. You must want to lick and touch and feel it, but the look of it must terrify you”.
In true extravagant Lady Gaga style, for her freshman fragrance Fame, there will not be one, but two print Ads or even more, who knows! It’s Gaga after all, the queen of doing things in an unconventional manner.
In comparison, to the first Ad, the newly released BDSM-esque art is far less risqué that its predecessor, but nevertheless still very edgy. Captured by the camera lens of Steven Klein, the 26-year-old dons gothic dark lips, as she channels something between Catwoman and latex-humping Rubber Man from ‘American Horror Story‘ in a black shiny full-body suit. Gaga completes her high-fashion look with a saucer-brimmed hat, face mask and avant-garde platform shoes.