Appearing in freaky fashion and eye-popping colors ever at stage Lady Gaga has just banged her fashion runway debut at Paris Fashion Week 2011 and did catwalk for Thierry Mugler ready-to-wear fall 2011 collection.
Fashion designer Thierry Mugler collection at Paris Fashion Week 2011 seemed an insinuating of Lady Gaga’s grotesque fashion aesthetics flaunted with all the wild prints, skinny animal patterns, witches and sheer sexy attires that was all entire insanity and thus named Lady Gaga Fashion Show with all the wacky creations and bizarre designs.
Managing the art of seduction over fashion runway, Thierry Mugler’s show connoted as Lady Gaga Fashion Show glimmered in faded atrocious lights to endow a ghostly mysterious effect of night. Witchy looking models disguised as Lady Gaga clones appeared in latex pants, sheer knits, body stocking dresses, Mugler shoulder furs and wearable sculpture pieces by Rein Vollenga.
Lady Gaga was the musical director for Thierry Mugler’s new women’s-wear line in Paris and previewed a new track from Born This Way, the industrial-pop-inflected “Government Hooker” and “ScheiBe” alongside showcasing her fantastic debut runway walk for fashion designer Thierry Mugler. Lady Gaga nails were long, pointed stiletto with matte black Minx embellished by legendary nail stylist Marian Newman‘s Minx in animalistic and cat-claw like nail art and of all fashion models too.
Stage rock star Lady Gaga strutted at Mugler fashion runway in out of the shadows sheer black blouse, black bra and pencil skirt with long piggy tales and beret like hat, smoking a cigarette and sliding feverishly along the column. She then closed the show in white gown with sky-high platforms.
The collection presented was designed by Lady Gaga’s stylist and Mugler creative director Nicola Formichetti. Beside, the great excitements there was all the way a sexual drama by a model that holding her breast scared with awful expressions as her Lady Gaga like gothic eye makeup created a wacky effect on Lady Gaga Fashion Show at Paris Fashion Week 2011.