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Lady Gaga has been seen wearing Ingrid Vlasov’s "Ready to Wear" spring-summer 2010 collection. It features feminine, black and white dresses. Gaga was seen in a nude & black top from the Romanian fashion designer.
Lady Gaga has in a few years become a force to be reckoned with by the fashion world. Her "Haus of Gaga" is a group of creative, inspiring people responsible for her clothes on- and off-stage and her hairdos. Lady Gaga has an outspoken vision of fashion to be incorporated into her music.
"The Haus of Gaga" is clearly influenced by Andy Warhol's creative collective "The Factory". Gaga claims that the Haus is a way of her putting more effort into her performance, while staying in control.
For this sunday's Grammy Awards, Haus of Gaga's Nicola Formichetti announces that the crew will be taking a break and instead the perfermance will be in collaboration with the English/turkish fashion designer Hussein Chalyain.
Atso Kudo designs and manufactures a full range of ladies wear exclusively in latex rubber.Gaga made one of their red latex designs famous by wearing it to the 2009 Royal Variety Performance. The designs are truly something else.
The 25-year-old hatter Nasir Mazhar is obsesses by the history of headwear and sculptural forms. His pieces are architectural interventions.Gaga has worn his pieces in many of her videos, among them Poker Face and Alejandro.
"The Fame: Part One" is a guerilla project made by the Haus of Gaga. The short film is a flirt with arty European movies. The film has a greyish tone, and Lady Gaga speaks fake-French. The film also features the two Pacific Coast Harlequins from the "Poker Face" video.
The un-official video for "Teeth" is made by Sergio Ceron. Sergio Ceron is a Mexican Visual Artist. His main subjects are Hyperrealism and Cyberconceptual Art. Sergio Ceron lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.