Here’s a few new pieces just added to LULUCHERIE. Check out the page for the rest of the new items here.
Saturday, 26 March 2011
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
The Lady is on the cover of i-D once again. This time with facial prosthetics, as seen in her Born This Way music video and at the Grammys. And cute freckles on her face.
She is wearing a MUGLER menswear jacket, trousers by Francesco Scognamilio, and shoes by Noritaka Tatehana (….I love his outrageous platform heels).
i-D magazine, “The Exhibitionist” Issue, No. 312. Spring 2011
Photography: Mariano Vivanco
Styling: Nicola Formicetti
“We wanted a name that symbolised unity. It’s hardcore, fierce, and robotic. I wish you could click on the clothes and they’d make that sound: MUGLERRRR.” Nicola Formicetti
Saturday, 19 March 2011
Dazed & Confused April 2011
ph. Anthony Maule
Styled. Robbie Spencer
Model. Andrej Pejic
Looking a lot less pretty and feminine. Andrej still rocks these amazing editorials, especially Gareth Pugh and Yuima Nakazato’s pieces.
Yuima Nakazato also created the “Black fire” dress for Lady Gaga. Love his work.
|Salvatore Ferragamo's Rainbow Platform 1938|
Noritaka Tatehana's heeless platforms
Thursday, 17 March 2011
Friday, 4 March 2011
Hmm, very tempting.
|(Lady Gaga. "Born This Way".)|
Choosing Lady Gaga to debut as a runway model for Mugler seems perfect, as the brands design aesthetic and noted use of non-conventional fabrics (latex, fur and sheer fabric), and gothic influences clearly favoured the pop icon.
Also she has previously worn Thierry Mugler's designs, which includes the pieces in her music video "Paparazzi".
Not all the looks work for me; in particular the one Jessica Stam models.
But I do love the sheer/latex pieces, and the nude/skin coloured tones used. Here's some of my favourite looks from the womenswear show.
|(ph. via Sonny)|