Vogue Italia thinks that Lady Gaga has been a little too outrageous with her fashion statements of late. So the glossy’s fashion editor Enrica Ponzellini put together some more sensible and understated style choices based on the pop star’s absurd, costume-like daily threads.

Lady Gaga is almost more known for her outrageously over-the-top outfits (she wore slabs of meat to the MTV music Awards and later a dress made of human hair to the conservative Plaza Hotel) than she is for her great voice and catchy pop tunes. She started as a mini-Madonna, ready to shock up the pop culture world a little, but lately Gaga has gone a bit too far and seems to be on a mission to constantly out-do herself.

Fashion is fun and frothy and Gaga adores clothes -especially vintage Thierry Mugler (especially now that her stylist/BFF Nicola Formichetti is the new Creative Director of Mugler) and pieces of the late Alexander McQueen -but her looks verge on stage costumes 24/7. Some of her crazy chapeaus seem as if it would be hard to walk down the street without toppling over. And let’s not forget when Gaga took a spill in an airport because her boots were not exactly made for walking. Dressing to be Gaga seems like a tiring, dangerous chore.

Give Gaga a break. And Gaga can keep looking like no one else in the pop star galaxy, but she should change up her looks -even when she shows up at her sister’s Catholic school graduation ceremony in a bee keeper’s like hat. A little Chanel, some edgy McQueen by Sarah Burton -and Gaga will remain Gaga-ified but with a little more bon ton. Vogue Italia’s Fashion Editor Enrica Ponzellini gives Lady Gaga a little chic-over and her look becomes less Lady is a Tramp and more Glamazon Gaga.

We chose:
  • Alexander McQueen
  • Balenciaga
  • Céline
  • Chanel
  • Diane Von Furstenberg
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Giorgio Armani
  • Givenchy
  • Miu Miu
  • Valentino
  • Peter Davis
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Source: Vogue Italia


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