Last night at his pop-up shop Nicola's, Nicola Formichetti premiered a never-before-seen video of Lady Gaga made during the filming of her music video for "You and I." The film was directed by fashion photogs Inez & Vinoodh and Formichetti was in charge of the fashions, obvi.
Lady Gaga premiered her latest music video last night on So You Think You Can Dance (or was supposed to, and it apparently got cut off or something? I don't watch that show). Regardless, it's all over the internet today. There is something weirdly '80s/low-budget/manic about the stripped down video, but what really separates it from past Gaga videos is the lack of outfit changes--in fact, there are none--Gaga wears the same revealing studded black leather vintage Versace number throughout. Granted, it is a pretty special piece--we are told, and are surprised to hear, that this is the first time Donatella has ever opened her archives to collaborate on a music video. Donatella said of the collaboration:
Lady Gaga has spent the past four years or so shocking us with outfit choices ranging from a dress made of raw meat to a gown made of hundreds of Kermit the Frogs. But now it looks like Gaga's ready to dial down the shock factor.