After appearing in several international Vogue editorials, we can finally find Lady Gaga on the cover of the 944 magazine for January 2010. For me Lady Gaga is a real phenomenon, although i don`t really like her music, i really like her for this experimental fashion attitude. And for her guts since she told President Obama 2009 during a speech at the 2009 National Equity March in Washington, D.C, “We demand change now!”
In the January issue of 944 magazine she shows a softer, vulnerable side by wrapping herself inside victorian inspired laces. I also love the feather headpiece!
“When I say to you, ‘There is nobody like me, and there never was,’ that is a statement I want every woman to feel and make about themselves”
“I’m in a deeper, more compassionate place than where I was when I wrote The Fame,” Lady Gaga told L.A. Times pop music critic Ann Powers in a recent interview. “The truth about The Fame is that so much of myself as a woman is hinged on the idea that I can self-empower. I don’t care if you love me. I care if you love yourself.”
“Lady Gaga has emerged as a fully realized “icon 2.0” for the next generation; encapsulating the past 40 years of pop music and culture, she’s influenced as much by Warhol, Bowie and Mercury as technology-driven celebrity culture and the specter of every disgraced American starlet of the last decade”.
Read whole interview written by Scott T. Sterling at 944.com
photography by Max Abadian courtesy of Interscope Records
styling by Nicola Formichetti
hair by Peter Savic
makeup by Billy B
styling assistants Anna Trevelyan and Emily Eisen
Posted: Januar 8th, 2010 under Fashion.