Lady Gaga & Dom Pérignon: The Queendom

Featuring a candy-colored diaphanous gown, Pleaser black vinyl sky-high platform lace-up ankle boots, a Swarovski-filled headpiece, and much more haute couture that’s NOT meat or latex, Lady Gaga’s new short film “The Queendom,” shows off her collaboration with Dom Pérignon in high style.

And really, what could be better than our top diva married to one of the world’s best champaigns?

An orchestra-laden remix of Gaga’s “Free Woman” accompanies this spectacular product-placement music video. Gaga first appears inside an orb, then emerges in full fashionable form, transforming through a multitude of wardrobe changes with the video’s background keeping up with her. Sporting the “Creative freedom is power” tagline, Gaga twirls forth from one luscious wardrobe to the next in this Nick Knight-directed clip. And with her usual team of creative director Nicola Formichetti, Haus of Gaga makeup artist Sarah Tanno, and hairstylist Frederic Aspiras on board, it’s no surprise here that Lady Gaga makes this short commercial a true thing of beauty.

The costuming seen here (listed on the Gaga fashion site LA MAISON GAGA) includes:

  • A frothy, pink lamé gown of ruffles and pleats.
  • A bespoke metallic leather and silk gown, sporting a headpiece made by Miodrag Guberinic.
  • A cut-out long sleeve bodysuit and the aforementioned Swarovski jeweled chain facepiece, made to look like a holographic butterfly.

She even sports gradient nails created by Japanese artist Miho Okawara.

Lady Gaga “The Queendom”

In addition to this clip and the collaboration between Lady Gaga and Dom Pérignon that will follow on from it, a limited-edition sculpture will be offered for sale (only 110 pieces to be precise) created by Lady Gaga and the vintage champagne company of Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2006. Money made from the sale of this exclusive piece will go to Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. 

See the “The Queendom,” clip here…but before you do, go out and get yourself some bubbly to watch it with.

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