Continuing the poise she exuded in her video duet with the great Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga channels the elegance and grace of Eliza Doolittle on the January cover of Vanity Fair. Styled by Mother Monster's long time fashion confidant, Nicola Formichetti, the shoot reveals a graceful and dapper side of Gaga.
In a striking Atelier Versace Edwardian-style red gown and matching hat, our once grungy Gaga has blossomed as a Duchess of grace on the cover, shot by (who else?) the renowned Annie Leibowitz.
The very ladylike Gaga continued to sparkle inside the magazine as she rode the Staten Island Ferry in a white Alexander McQueen dress, earrings by Kenneth Jay Lane, and large black hat that looks as though it came directly out of Audrey Hepburn's closet. In her interview with VF Gaga opened up about the possibility of marriage and her upcoming sure-to-be-epic video for "Marry the Night." The video, which she directed herself, debuts tomorrow and if you can't wait until then to get your Gaga fix grab the new Vanity Fair, on stands now.
Kate Moss's cover shot in French Vogue is less graceful and a little bit more rock and roll. Moss rocks David Bowie's orange spiked mullet for the January issue. Channeling the great artist during his Ziggy Stardust era, the supermodel has been totally transformed into the 70's music icon complete with huge orange hair and an anchor tattoo for the magazine's music issue.
This is the second time Moss has been transformed into Bowie for Vogue -- no surprise there considering she has appeared on Vogue over thirty times. Moss first channeled Bowie for Vogue UK back in May 2003, where the model mimicked Bowie's sixth album, "Aladdin Sane."