Lady Gaga is dressed in white lingerie and a veil for the latest issue of CR Fashion Book. The 29-year-old singer channels bridal vibes in two looks for the style spread. The magazine hits newsstands on Sept. 3.
In the spread, the “Bad Romance” hitmaker rocks contrasting black and white lingerie looks titled “eccentric” and “classic.” The blonde beauty is pictured in a sheer white dress, with a ruffled, lace bustier, by Valentino.
Mother Monster pairs her soft bridal look with a long sheer veil. She completed her look with a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti heels and some brown lipstick. The popstar modeled the lingerie and played bride, showing off her toned legs.
The spread was shot by famous fashion photographer Bruce Weber. Gaga’s stunning shoot was styled by French fashion mogul Carine Roitfeld for the seventh issue of her magazine, Us Weekly reported.
Gaga’s makeup was done by Gucci Westman, while Hair Akki styled her hair. The 'Poker Face' singer's nails were done by celeb manicurist Jin Soon Choi.
The singer is also pictured in an off-kilter black look. The diva then unleashed her edgier side, complete with an Iron Maiden concert T-shirt and punk hairdo. The T-shirt is from her personal collection. She is pictured in a black bustier, matching ruffled veil, and a black ribbon tied on her neck.
Gaga channelled goth-punk vibes in the outfit and edgy eye makeup, with her blonde hair in two ponytails. She completed the rock-inspired look with a pair of black stilettos. Taylor Kinney’s fiancée accessorized her look with diamond earrings.
The popstar, known for being anti-trend, said in the interview that her musical longevity was the most important for her. For her longevity as an artist meant to chase her art till death. Gaga said that she does not want to be compared to Madonna, she would rather be called the next Iron Maiden.
Gaga also spoke about Kinney, 34, and said that the “Chicago Fire” actor likes her to create a song and play it for him. She added that communicating through her work is much better, without having to put it in words.