More fashion fun in all white thanx to Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton. I see this piece as a fun adaptation on Kate Middleton’s wedding gown. The sparkle and translucent train are a wonderful addition to the plunging neck line and detailing. The shoulders are to die for, move over Kate I’m wearing this one.
I’ve posted about Lady GaGa before, about her ridiculous ensembles and controversial lyrics, but I’ve seen a new side to GaGa. As an appreciator of great singing I’ve been disappointed with the music industry, I mean come on Rebecca Black…even Justin Beber at times ugh! However, when I watched Lady GaGa sing Born This Way, acapella, I saw the popstar in a different light. She has an amazing voice which is overshadowed by her dramatic attire and ghastly make-up. If anything I so wish I could just hear a GaGa unplugged, avoid the Swarovski coverd Alexander McQueen’s and and kermit dresses, just hear her for what she is, AMAZING! If I was talking directly to her I would say…You won, all those mean kids rue the day they crossed you, but it’s time to let it all go. Forgiveness is transcendence and is the only way you will ever be free. Be free little GaGa be free!!!
It’s hard being one of the only ladies at the ball in the pants suit, but Anna Dello Russo always pulls things off. Anna is one of the most creative little fashion ferries in fashiondom and has been seen in everything and everyone from leopard print to Alexander Wang. But her McQueen pants suit was breathtaking. I can do without the egg hat, I didn’t see that on the runway.
Tonight is obviously one of the most important nights in all of fashiondom, the Costume Institute Gala. The Gala is honoring one of the most prolific fashion houses of our era, Alexander McQueen. The head designer, Sarah Burton, just finished designing the royal dress and now on to the honors. I haven’t chosen a best dressed yet but I’m loving Beyonce, RiRi, and LaLa. I know I’ve never liked anything LaLa has done or worn but she’s a winner tonight, anything can happen at the MET.