A lot of Lady Gaga outfits are memorable because they are cray cray. But no one can ever forget Lady Gaga's meat dress , worn to the VMAs and complete with meat platforms. It was a statement beyond fashion and Mother Monster wore it during the height of her fame and at the apex of her partnership with stylist Nicola Formichetti. So whatever happened to Lady Gaga's meat dress stylist? And how does he feel about her now? Well, if you keep up with these things, you know Formichetti, who was creative director of Thierry Mugler and has been a fashion director at Uniqlo, is now the artistic director of Italian premium denim and lifestyle brand Diesel, tasked with restoring the brand to its former glory of the '80s and '90s.
The fashion designer just shared some behind-the-scenes details about that iconic red carpet moment. During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Wednesday night, Maxwell was asked about working with such a high-fashion garment made out of such unconventional material. This is without a doubt one of the proudest days of my life and career. Styled by two people I love dearly sandraamador. Gaga, you have made me feel like an Oscar winner every day since the day I met you, you have made my dreams come true and held my hand tightly on the journey to becoming who I am, and I will love you like the sister you are for the rest of my life.
And when she took to Twitter on May 23 to post the black-and-white Haus of Gaga logo with the words "Las Vegas" flashing in pink neon across the center, the internet again erupted with speculation about what the artist could be teasing. Formichetti gave us an exclusive tour inside the new space and answered all our burning questions about the prolific performer and her most daring looks. Keep scrolling for his take on fashion, taking risks, and what he loves most about working with Gaga.
As you know, I am the most judgment-free human being on the earth," said Gaga. But for me this evening, if we don't stand up for what we believe in, and if we don't fight for our rights, pretty soon we're going to have as much rights as the meat on our own bones. And, I am not a piece of meat.