Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 13 October 2015

Lady Gaga working with Versace

Published 14/11/2012

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has announced Versace will be revamping her world tour costumes.

The Italian design house is giving the next leg of her global shows a stylish overhaul.

Gaga tweeted the news, hinting Versace are set to custom-create all of her costumes for the North American leg of the Born This Way Ball when it hits in early 2013.

"THE BORN THIS WAY BALL is getting a face-lift for America. I heard rumours @VERSACE IS CUSTOM DESIGNING ALL THE CLOTHES AND NEW LOOK, (sic)" Gaga tweeted.

Gaga has been photographed wearing an assortment of vintage Versace outfits recently.

She has taken to donning iconic ensembles, such as the safety pin dress famously worn by actress-and-model Elizabeth Hurley, over the past few months.

She has also been seen sporting similar long blonde locks to the fashion house's head honcho Donatella.

The collaboration was first thought to be on the cards when Gaga spent time visiting Donatella at her Milan palazzo in October.

The Bad Romance singer has previously gushed about her love for Versace and declared she would only wear things created by Donatella for two months as testimony to her adoration last year.

Gaga's announcement follows a string of celebrities who have recently sparked rumours they are working with the designer.

Singer M.I.A. recently claimed she will be collaborating on a project with Versace and Lana Del Rey was also thought to be teaming with the Italian design house until the rumours were quashed.

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