Jumpsuit By An Armenian Designer, A Spiked Mask And Alexander McQueen Archives: 7 Stunning Looks From Lady Gaga's New Video
Jumpsuit By An Armenian Designer, A Spiked Mask And Alexander McQueen Archives: 7 Stunning Looks From Lady Gaga's New Video

Video: Jumpsuit By An Armenian Designer, A Spiked Mask And Alexander McQueen Archives: 7 Stunning Looks From Lady Gaga's New Video

Video: Lady Gaga in dresses from Alexander McQueen 2022, December
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Frame from the clip
Frame from the clip

The duet of Lady Gaga and stylist Nicola Formichetti is always a guarantee of an impressive result (remember at least the incredible images of the singer at the last MTV VMA!). Therefore, fans are always looking forward to Gaga's new videos and red carpet exits - this is always something amazing, as if from another planet. The new video (or rather, a mini-film) for the song "911" also did not disappoint - in it the star tried on 7 unusual outfits at once!

Shot from the film by Sergei Parajanov
Shot from the film by Sergei Parajanov

The clip, directed by Tarsem Singh, is an homage to the work of Sergei Parajanov: all the frames in one way or another contain references to his famous film "The Color of Pomegranate". The images of Lady Gaga and the dancers are inspired by the images of the actors in the film, and the set design and choreography are almost direct quotes. This is not the first time that a Soviet director has inspired world celebrities: earlier Madonna shot her video for the song "Bedtime Story" based on Parajanov's films. Of course, Nicola Formichetti also picked up the bows when looking at the costumes from the film - their influence cannot be overlooked.

In the video, Lady Gaga appears in bright and shocking images. So, in one of the frames, she is wearing a blue lace Diego Montoya dress and a gold mask with spikes Lance Victor Moore. In another episode, the singer stands in a headdress of the same brand and an intricate sculptural dress by young designer Johannes Warnke, who just this year graduated from the famous Central Saint Martins College in London, which was graduated by John Galliano and Stella McCartney. Gaga also supported Karina Hakobyan, an Armenian designer from London, which is especially logical, given that the entire video is inspired by the film of the Armenian director. The mini-movie uses two bows by Karina: latex bras and a skirt and jumpsuit with a floral print. Gaga and Formichetti could not pass by the favorite designer of both - Alexander McQueen:in the video there were two items from the archives of the legendary Briton. These and other images from the video for the song "911" are in our selection below.

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