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This page is an archive of fashion credits for the month of September, 2010.
Introduction to PingEdit
Lady Gaga recorded a video to introduce Ping.
The Home & Home Tour at Comerica ParkEdit
- Custom studded silicone dress by Rachael Barrett
Gaga attended the opening of this short tour by Jay-Z and Eminem at Comerica Park.
Trying on Outfits for VMAsEdit
Gaga went to try on some outfits for the VMAs, and took a couple of pictures with some lucky fans.
At Hotel in DetroitEdit
Leaving Hotel in DetroitEdit
Leaving Garden Bowl in DetroitEdit
For the show, Gaga added purple streak to her blonde hair. Lady Gaga's grandmother was in the audience. Before "Speechless", Gaga gave a speech about family. "Gin and tonica for Veronica."
Northstar Tattoo StudioEdit
- Related article: Lady Gaga's tattoos
Gaga went in the East Village in New York to get a tattoo of an unicorn with the words "Born This Way" wrapped around the horn. The tattoo on Gaga's upper left thigh was done by Rebecca "Bad News Becca" Roach. After the session, Gaga took a photograph with fan Maya (@MayaBouvs). Following getting her tattoo, Gaga hid the unicorn until she announced the title of the album on September 12.
During the show, Gaga hided her tattoo. After the show, Gaga shown her new tattoo to her mother, Cynthia Germanotta who was backstage in her room. Photographs from the venue were included in the Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson book.
Bikram Yoga Capitol HillEditIn the morning, Gaga went to do a Bikram Yoga session and took photographs with the owner, Liz Glover daughter afterward.
2010 MTV Video Music Awards (MTV)Edit
- Main article: MTV Video Music Awards
- Custom dress by Alexander McQueen
- Custom dress by Armani Privé
- Meat dress by Franc Fernandez for Haus of Gaga
- Custom hat by Philip Treacy
Lady Gaga joined the cast of the VMA lineup in 2010, with an entourage consisting of former soldiers discharged from service, due to "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", a policy of the United States' military. The guests included Katie Miller, David Hall, Stacy Vasquez, and Mike Almy. While on the white carpet, she won the awards for "Best Dance Video", and "Best Collaboration" with "Bad Romance" and "Telephone", respectively.
At The Ellen DeGeneres Show (NBC)Edit
- Main article: The Ellen DeGeneres Show
During the VMA, Gaga recorded a segment on the show to be aired as the season premiere the next day.
LAX Airport, JFK AirportEdit
Leaving the Hotel in PhiladelphiaEdit
Gaga was seen leaving her hotel in Philadelphia to go on her tour bus to Hartford.
A Message from Lady Gaga to the SenateEdit
Lady Gaga posted a video to the Senate about Don't Ask Don't Tell.
At KISS PartyEdit
Lady Gaga posted another video regarding the repealing of Don't Ask Don't Tell.
"For the 14,000" RallyEdit
A rally was held at 4:00 PM Eastern in Deering Oaks Park. Gaga made a speech she named "The Prime Rib of America" regarding the military "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. Photographer, Terry Richardson accompanied Gaga and took photographs during the event, some of them were included in the book and other were released for use in the media following the event. The rally was the last event covered in September by Terry.
Leaving the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" RallyEdit
Arriving at Lincoln Park Renaissanse Nursery HomeEdit
Out at Rogue Bar in NYCEdit
Out in New York CityEdit
ABC Carpet & Home in NYCEdit
At the Funeral of her grandfatherEdit
Out in New York CityEdit
The Oak RoomEdit
- Main article: The Oak Room
Leaving the Oak RoomEdit
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