Gaga rocks on the cover of the upcoming Harper’s Bazaar March 2014 issue.
Text: George Kapsimalis
Being absent so far in 2014, Lady Gaga is back to make some noise in the fashion scene. After a strong campaign for Versace, Gaga strikes again, this time with an exclusive photoshoot and an eye-catching cover for the American edition of Harper’s Bazaar new issue this March, shot by her friend photographer Terry Richardson, accompanied by an exclusive interview.
On the cover Gaga stands, bra-less, on a sparkly, all glittery, black, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane tuxedo, looking certainly eye-catching and flamboyant.
“The three most expensive items I’ve ever purchased, including an actual house: my sable, a strand of diamonds, and my Mikimoto pearls.”
Inside the issue, Gaga gives another prespective on her ARTPOP cover, this time, shot with a white stereo, silver gloves,a metalic headpiece and oversized Moncler Lunette feat. Pharrell Williams sunglasses.
This space-themed editorial, gets more stimulating, with Gaga wearing a Christopher Kane multicoloured ensemble with a one of kind Philip Treacy headpiece, posing gravity-free, in front of a black space backround, wearing an Emilio Pucci metallic jacket.
“I don’t want to be remembered as anything but brave. I want to be Oprah. I want to be Melinda Gates.’’
Ready to take off, Gaga in her sparkling Atelier Versace jumpsuit, acts as a hard astronaut.
In the interview she opens up about how it feels like being Lady Gaga today, her life, love and lies, proving she’s confident and just being herself. She was asked to talk about fashion, outfits, her mother and how she feels today, among many others.
Gaga in an extravagant Three As Four dress, bodysuit, skirt, jambiéres, and sandals
“I am better with food. I don’t have an eating disorder anymore. I’m also better at not letting people take advantage of me.”
Surely a precious interview, revealing the many different faces of the woman behind the star.
Read Gaga’s entire interview now on Harper’s Bazaar website.
Available on newsstands in USA on February 18th.