Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Gaga: Why I change my look

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga felt "restless" with her personal style at the end of last year.

The 28-year-old is renowned for parading around in an array of bizarre and wacky outfits.

But in a new interview with Porter magazine, the Artpop singer revealed that at the end of last year, she felt "restless" when it came to her style.

She went on to describe the period between September and December as the "most manic performance of my life" because of how unsettled she felt.

"That’s when I know my soul is restless. It comes out in a very physical way," she explained to the publication. "If I’m able to hold on to one look for a longer period of time, it means I’ve settled into a new idea. If I haven’t, I’m just searching for the next thing, 'What’s next? What’s next?'"

One person Gaga looks to for inspiration is fashion designer and close friend Donatella Versace.

Gaga admires the fact that the fashionista is willing to design whatever she feels like without any regard for what people might say about it when it hits the catwalk.

"In her recent collection, every gown was like she was flipping two middle fingers, with long nails covered in diamonds, down the runway. It was so unapologetically Donatella, so undeniably beautiful and sexy and her," Gaga gushed about the Italian designer.

It isn't the first time the star has sung the 58-year-old's praises.

Gaga took to Twitter in January after attending Atelier Versace's Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Spring/Summer 14 event.

"@versace was a dream come true 2nite," she wrote. "A woman so fearless whose come so far. Donatella is an icon + inspiration. That couture was 100% Her (sic)"

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