My name is Daniel, and I'm a senior in college (and i hyperventilate every day because of it) majoring in Journalism with a minor in Fashion and Merchandising. It's pretty evident what kind of blog this is, so do what you will.
Gaga backstage with a handicap fan/designer after her show in Amsterdam.
I just looked her up and wow she’s actually a fashion designer for people like her that are disabled and in pain all the time. It’s pretty cool. I’m happy she got to meet with Lady Gaga and speak with her for so long.
The arresting image of a giant Gaga being scaled, Lilliputian-style, by a pack of muscled men required the construction of a 300-foot-long, nearly 50-foot-tall sculpture of the singer’s body on a Paramount soundstage. In one of our meetings, Gaga said, ‘Wouldn’t it be amazing if we had like 50 Steven Klein models crawling all over me?’ It was like the idea of everybody wanting a piece of you. That’s how that became a reality. The shoot turned out to be quite complicated. It was one of the biggest crane shots the crew had ever done, and we did a motion-control track of her body that was filmed simultaneously. In a more violent director’s cut (there are no clear plans on when it will be released), she actually kills all the boys, like a massacre. The overall theme is about the subject of fame, the dark and light side of it, the pleasures and the pains of fame. Fame can hold you as a prisoner in certain ways.
- Steven Klein on his and Gaga’s film for Gaga’s new fragrance (via ladyxgaga)