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September 14, 2010
Paris-based fashion house Thierry Mugler has tapped Lady Gaga's stylist, Nicola Formichetti, as creative director for its women's and menswear labels. The label said Monday that Formichetti, who is also fashion director with Vogue Hommes Japan, is to begin with the fall-winter 2011-12 collections. Formichetti, a half-Japanese, half-Italian 33-year-old, replaces Spaniard Rosemary Rodriguez. Formichetti will oversee Mugler's head women's designer Sebastien Peigne, formerly of Balenciaga, and head menswear designer Romain Kremer, who also designs his own signature label.
October 9, 2013 | By Jamie Wetherbe
Lady Gaga has revealed an eye-catching cover for her coming "Artpop" album designed by visual artist Jeff Koons. The cover shows a life-like sculpture of a nude Gaga spliced with images of Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus. " Between her splayed legs rests a metallic, blue ball, a nod to Koons' stainless-steel balloon animals. "I'm nervous&excited to share something that's such a piece of my heart," Gaga tweeted before releasing the album art. "Something I cherish deeply.
July 31, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Call it "Meet the Parents: Lady Gaga Edition. " Pop star Gaga and brooding actor Taylor Kinney broke off their romance in May, only to reunite a month later. Things have been going so well since, it would appear the the couple has been making family introductions. Gaga accompanied Kinney to his brother's weekend wedding, according to a Ministry source, at the picturesque Westlake Village Inn, a Mediterranean hotel by the sprawling grounds of the Westlake Golf Course in Westlake Village.  Arriving Friday evening for a rehearsal dinner, Gaga and Kinney instantly attracted the attention of guests and staff.
July 26, 2012 | By Todd Martens
The following are some of the Lady Gaga-branded items available for purchase in her official Web store: a USB drive, headphones, tote bags, stickable "body beadz," Christmas cards, sunglasses, temporary tattoos and Bluetooth sets. Noticeably lacking? Action figures. Now, efforts to develop a new Gaga action figure have hit a serious snag. Multiple outlets have reported that MGA Entertainment, the company behind the popular, snotty Bratz doll toy line, has filed a $10-million lawsuit against the pop star.
September 12, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Lady Gaga has paid tribute to her friend and frequent collaborator Terry Richardson in light of his mother's recent death. Richardson, a photographer who captures Gaga behind the scenes so often that the pair released a coffee table book of candid images, announced Tuesday that his mother, Annie Lomax, had passed away. Gaga showed support using a favorite medium: her hair. "I did it for u Terry," Gaga wrote in a post to, including a photo, above, of her head shaved in the back to resemble Richardson's hairline.
August 26, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Did you hear Lady Gaga and One Direction get booed at MTV's Video Music Awards on Sunday? For those tuning in from home, the boos may have been muffled by "woohoos" and audience cheers. But they were definitely there for both artists, although their authenticity was not. Lady Gaga opened the show with a wig-enhanced performance of her latest single, "Applause. " The visual singer started off garbed in an extreme nun's habit, fulfilled several costume changes and didn't break her focus throughout her performance despite chiding from the audience.
July 14, 2010 | Jessie Schiewe, Los Angeles Times
Call her super-talented or super-insane, there's no denying that Lady Gaga has a magnetic effect on young girls, inspiring thousands of young fans to don blond wigs, sheer lace leggings, yellow caution tape and even sunglasses made out of cigarettes. But, the latest Gaga trend — circle lenses, has got not only fashion critics worried, but eye doctors as well. Circle lenses were available before the Gaga explosion, and in fact their popularity originated in Japan, Singapore and South Korea where many young women wear them to accentuate their eyes to resemble Japanese anime characters.
November 20, 2013 | By Mikael Wood
She asked for applause , and she got it -- though perhaps quite a bit less than she'd hoped for. Lady Gaga's "Artpop" entered the Billboard 200 on Wednesday at No. 1, the singer's second chart-topper following "Born This Way" in 2011. Whereas "Born" sold 1.1 million copies in its first week in sales -- thanks in part to an Amazon promotion that offered the album for 99 cents -- "Artpop" moved merely 258,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That wasn't terribly more than Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," which dropped from No. 1 to No. 2 on second-week sales of 210,000.
January 11, 2013 | By Reed Johnson
Because Pop & Hiss knows you really care, we wanted to bring you the latest in the ongoing Osbourne-Gaga tiff. In the newest round of score-settling, Sharon Osbourne has been using her Facebook page to dress down Lady Gaga for remarks that Lady Gaga made  about Sharon's daughter Kelly. This followed an earlier bout of acrimony after Kelly in a magazine interview called Gaga's fans "the worst. " The tiff started years ago and ramped up over remarks Kelly once made about Gaga's apparent weight gain.
October 4, 2013 | By August Brown
It's no surprise that Lady Gaga would take a shine to Berlin's storied Berghain nightclub. The place combines pretty much of all of her interests - dark dance music, public sexuality, elaborate fashion and a veneer of inscrutability. It's widely regarded as the best electronic music club on the planet, full stop.  So in the same way that Jay-Z pals around with Marina Abramovic for art-world cred, Gaga will dip back into danceland when she hosts a release party for her forthcoming "Artpop" album there on Oct. 24, according to Spin . In an event hosted by the German streaming service AMPYA, Gaga will take a few dozen hand-picked fans behind the velvet rope (or, rather, behind the imposing glare of Sven )
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