Read Lady Gaga’s V Column…As Written By Giorgio Armani And Karl Lagerfeld

How does Lady Gaga find time in her crammed schedule to pen her own personal fashion column? Well it appears that she doesn’t. This month, she let some famous friends do the work for her instead.

New York reports that Lady Gaga thought it best to let “the designers of her most recent collaborations do the talking” so naturally, some of the world’s biggest names in fashion helped her out in her fifth ‘V’ magazine contribution. Despite the issue being music-themed, Gaga did not take the oppurtunity to reveal details about her upcoming third album and allowed Giorgio Armani, Karl Lagerfeld and Paco Rabanne’s Manish Arora to gush over her “ever changing, inspiring, and strong image” instead.

KL meets LG.

You can read the designers’ thoughts below:

Giorgio Armani:

“It is always stimulating to work with Lady Gaga because it allows my imagination to roam freely in order to create genuinely theatrical stage costumes, as was the case on this occasion. Lady Gaga is an artist with a huge personality and amazing stage presence. I was attracted by her genuine interest in fashion and design, which she projects with a conviction that knows no limits — and which she definitely considers a vital ingredient of her career.”

Karl Lagerfeld:

“Gaga gives the world her music and her talent, but the thing I like most is that she fights against boredom and banality. She also puts forth an ever changing, inspiring, and strong image — an image beyond fashion. She is an extreme concentrate of “zeitgeist,” freeing us from the heavy boredom of publicly displayed political correctness by being herself more than politically correct. Something in today’s world would be missed if there would be no Lady Gaga because Gaga is a Lady.”

Paco Rabanne’s Manish Arora:

“Daring. Far beyond fashion and beauty, Gaga’s style is unpredictable, iconoclastic yet iconic and out of time. She is now and tomorrow, between fantasy and reality … She is a statement of re-creating, a piece of art.”

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