I adore the Philip Treacy lobster hat, and the plastic Rachel Barrett dress is awesome though it makes me wince a little in pain. But what’s up with the shriveled yellow hand on Gaga’s hand? Is it the universal little monsters symbol? The secret remains of Gaga’s fetal twin?
One of my favorite Gaga fashions ever, complete with four gay discharged servicepersons. I love how Gaga’s couture is always a political statement. With her gold Mohawk and queenly gown I think Gaga could give Lady Liberty a run for her torch.
One way to shield your face from the paparazzi is to literally…shield your face from the paparazzi. The mask’s medieval torture instrument vibe seems totally appropriate for the mob that’s surrounding Gaga here.
It seems Gaga never flies overseas without wearing leather. Impractical, uncomfortable, dominatrix-style leather. If the flippant wave of her hand is any indication—aint no thing for Ms. (Hardcore) Thing!
According to Gaga, this Versace dress was inspired by angels and ice princesses. As for the star in her hand—Gaga pilfered it from the Grammy dressing room’s flower bouquet. That Gaga—always seeing fashion where the rest of us see only scenery…
Here is a prime example of how Gaga’s fashions are designed as performance pieces. Gaga filmed the paps through the camera in her hand, which transferred the images to a screen behind her eyes. Gaga Cyborg!
You gotta love the hair hat! It works double time to keep the sun off her face, and to keep the paps at bay. Let’s just hope no one pops Gaga into their pina colada, thinking she’s one of those cute little umbrellas!