Lady Gaga channels Lana Del Rey, Visits Julian Assange
The world’s 15th most powerful woman and Twitter’s most popular account holder, Lady Gaga, has gone from trend-setter to trend-spotter, falling victim to the unassailable allure of Lana Del Rey. (Looks like she’s human like us after all!)
After what has been described as a ‘disappointing’ concert in Barcelona (you know, the one where she spewed on stage) Gaga made an almost-instant appearance at London’s iconic Harrods store less than 24 hours after the fiasco, “riding in a golden carriage pulled by two stunning black horses wearing feathers on their heads,” reports THR, as she arrived to promote her Fame perfume.
Wearing a fitted black maxi (the label has not yet been confirmed) Gaga looked svelte, settled and sixties-inspired with her hair “done up real big beauty style” with arched brows, cat-eyes and a tinted pout culminating in what can only be described as a look inspired by the Video Games chanteuse. Needless to say, she did inject her now-predictably unpredictable antics into the ensemble with some gaudy custom-made tech-bling claws.
Gaga, however, is not the only one to have borrowed the tripped-out troubadour’s beauty look of late. Patene Pro-V’s head stylist Sam McKnight energized Moschino’s models with the Tumblr-popularized hair silhouette at Milan Fashion Week, and Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton re-invigorated the bouffant on the PFW SS catwalk. Get those teasers out, ladies.
Moschino Spring Summer Fashion Week 2012.
In other scenes Lady Gaga has been causing today, Gawker published the brilliant picture below of monther monster hanging out with the Wikileaks to plan global domination:
M.I.A. may or may not have been there too, in a meeting where the icons of our time may-or-may-not covered topics such as Madonna, gay marriage and Ten's Assange telemovie.