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GaGa’s Stylist Breaks Down Fashion in ‘Telephone’

12 March 2010, 23.14 | Posted in Music, celebrity | 7 comments »

LadyGaGaFront GaGas Stylist Breaks Down Fashion in Telephone

Impressive. In an internet world where everyone has really seen it all, Lady GaGa actually managed to build up and buzz around the launch of her ‘Telephone’ video. It helped that it featured Beyonce but there was so much more to it than that, starting with the fashion, which was mind boggling in its scope and depth. Very big props to Nicola Formichetta, GaGa’s stylist, who styled the video. On his own blog, he breaks down the very loooong list of designers included in the video, including Viktor & Rolf, House of GaGa, Chanel, Thierry Mugler, Rachel Barret, Christian Louboutin, among others. In the image above, according to Formichetta, GaGa is wearing a studded jacket by Search & Destroy.

After the flip are more video stills, but if you want to see who designed what, visit Nicola’s blog.


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7 comments
  1. 1Superstars:

    hey u guys. u have wrongly credited the name of the stylist.

    its Nicola Formichetti. Nicola is Male (pro-nounced Ni-col-lei)

    http://nicolaformichetti.blogspot.com/

  2. thanks very much for the heads up. appreciate it

  3. 1Superstars:

    no. worries.
    Love the site. you guys have been doing an amazing job for a very long time. :-)

  4. aww, thanks much. tho, lol, you’d never guess given my giant faux pas of calling gaga’s stylist a woman!

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  7. ErinTerror:

    The jacket is not BY Search and Destroy, it’s from there. S&D only makes t-shirts and sells secondhand punk, S&M, and replica nazi gear. Some crustpunk kid probably spent a couple of long drunken nights studding and painting that jacket by hand in true DIY fashion (as GISM and Doom would prefer) – he deserves the credit, not those japanese hipsters who own the shop. S&D are horribly overpriced and that exact jacket sat in their window for years because only an idiot would pay +$200 for it.

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