Italian and British Vogue

This year, Lady Gaga appears on not one, but two Vogue covers. The singer covered Vogue Italia’s November edition and British Vogue’s December issue ahead of the release of her highly anticipated “House of Gucci” later this month.

Lady Gaga donned an unique Schiaparelli ensemble for Vogue Italia, which took creative director Daniel Roseberry six weeks to create and was inspired by a 1930s perfume bottle. The black matte wool crepe dress was framed in a cloud of gold lamé by silk taffeta sleeves. Lady Gaga completed her look with Tiffany & Co. and Boucheron jewels.

The singer’s cover for British Vogue included an up-close view of her face while wearing a pink cocoon coat by Valentino, exuding the aura of a classic 1960s fashion magazine à la Twiggy, with a minimal cosmetics look.

Both cover shots were taken by Steven Meisel and designed by Edward Enninful, the editor in chief of British Vogue.

This year, Lady Gaga has collaborated closely with both Roseberry and Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino’s creative director, wearing pieces from both companies on a regular basis. She wore Schiaparelli bespoke looks during Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration in January, and again in September at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Gala.

Lady Gaga is also the face of Valentino’s Voce Viva perfume. In the issues, the singer and Giles Hattersley addressed her second starring film part in Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci” as Patrizia Reggiani, the late Maurizio Gucci’s ex-wife. The murder drama chronicles the events leading up to and following Maurizio Gucci’s murder, which Reggiani plotted in 1995. Maurizio was the CEO of the famed Italian fashion brand founded by his grandpa, Guccio Gucci, at the time.

“I started working on it three years ago, and I will be completely honest and transparent: I lived as Reggiani for a year and a half,” Lady Gaga told both newspapers. “And for nine months, I talked with an accent.” I was never broken. I stayed by her side.”

“I only thought I could genuinely do this narrative justice if I approached it with the eyes of an inquisitive lady interested in possessing a journalistic spirit so that I could read between the lines of what was happening in the film’s scenes,” she stated. “That is, no one was going to tell me who Patrizia Gucci was.” No one, not even Patrizia Gucci.”

Patrizia Gucci and Lady Gaga have never met, but the former, who lives in Milan after being released from prison in 2016, reportedly told an Italian reporter earlier this year that she was “annoyed” to hear the singer was playing her in the film “without even having the foresight and sensitivity to come and meet her.”

MGM Studios unveiled a second official trailer and new movie posters last month, ahead of the film’s November 24 release date.


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