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Lady Gaga is the latest superstar to snag double covers of fashion’s bible.
The pop phenomenon, 35, fronts the December issue of British Vogue as well as November’s edition of Vogue Italia, in a fittingly dramatic shoot by famed photographer Steven Meisel.
British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, who styled Gaga’s spread, said he wanted to dress her in “something fabulous” — an accurate description of the Schiaparelli Haute Couture look she sports on the UK glossy’s cover, which was inspired by a “shocking” 1930s perfume bottle from the fashion house’s archives.
The “House of Gucci” star’s gilded and glamorous gown was styled with an electric blue mullet, shimmery violet eye makeup and a slick of glossy red lipstick, adding even more drama to the equation.
Inside the issue, Gaga models more high-octane couture, from a colorful patchwork matador jacket affixed with one of Schiaparelli’s now-signature golden nipples to an explosion of pink-and-white tulle ruffles by Tomo Koizumi.
The “Shallow” singer even stripped down for one sultry shot, posing nude on the floor with a teased brunette bouffant and some of her many tattoos on full display.
“Whatever I wear,” she told the crew at her fitting for the shoot, “I will be serving painful Italian glamour from within.”
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