Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 23 August 2014

Gaga goes topless for Versace

Lady Gaga for Versace

Lady Gaga has appeared topless for Versace's Spring 14 campaign.

The 27-year-old singer is the face of the fashion house's Spring 14 campaign after close friend and creative director Donatella Versace chose her.

Giving fans a glimpse at a brand new advertisement, Gaga - real name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta - posted a picture on her Twitter.

The pop star can be seen reclining on a purple sofa with only her long blonde hair covering her breasts. Along with a pair of the brand's black trousers fastened with a chunky belt buckle, Gaga is wearing large metal medallions around her neck and several rings.

"Happy New Years from HAUS OF GAGA and @Versace! (sic)" she wrote excitedly alongside the snap.

Versace also shared the photo on its Twitter page in response to Gaga's post.

"A special Happy New Year to the most glamourous @ladygaga !!!!! (sic)" a caption added.

This is one of several photos taken for Versace's new campaign.

Another picture sees the blonde beauty wearing a black dress as she lounges on the same sofa, clutching a large handbag.

After the announcement was made last year, a first picture was released showing Gaga on the purple recliner wearing a lilac wrap dress, taken by photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

While all the advertisements are noticeably different, the one thing they have in common is how much Gaga resembles Donatella.

The fashion designer previously gushed about how happy she is to have her close pal on board.

"I am honoured that my friend Lady Gaga is the face of our new Versace campaign," she told British newspaper The Independent. "I wanted to capture her true beauty and spirit in images that are elegant and alluring. She is like family to me, the embodiment of the Versace DNA."

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