Dolce&Gabbana is representing Italian creativity and craftsmanship with two dresses at Parisian Musée Des Arts Décoratifs. Lady Gaga’s famous corset-armor dress is the first one!
Lady Gaga’s Killer Dress at the Louvre
The corset armor dress in laminated leather is presented in a chic box at Musée Des Arts Décoratifs. It’s obvious that an average fashion addict would recognize the dress from New Sexy Glam 2007 collection and Jessica Stam wearing it on the runway; yet a true fashionista would smile for sure at how creative the presentation of this piece is since it was worn by Lady Gaga in the ‘Paparazzi’ video while getting her mugshots taken at the police station.
But wasn’t Gaga using poison to kill her lover? Why is the dress preserved like an evidence of crime? Ah well, maybe for being from the killer dress category… The exhibition can be seen at Parisian Musée Des Arts Décoratifs until the 26th of June 2011. Next to come? Madonna’s amazing corset is also there…
Text by Yigit Turhan
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