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Inez and vinoodh

Inez van Lamsweerde (born 25 September 1963, Amsterdam, Netherlands) & Vinoodh Matadin (born 29 September 1961, Amsterdam, Netherlands) are a Dutch fashion photographer duo well known for their work for fashion magazines, advertising campaigns, and for their independent art work.

March 25, 2011

Date March 25, 2011
Location MG Studios in Las Vegas Us
Camera EOS-1Ds Mark III by Canon
Photo assistant Barton Jahncke
Studio manager Marc Kroop
Fashion editor Nicola Formichetti at Haus of Gaga
Stylist assistant Brandon Maxwell
Hair stylist Christiaan (using Kiehl's Grooming Aid)
Hair assistant Ramsell Martinez
Makeup artist Peter Philips (Art + Commerce) using Chanel Makeup
Lighting technician Jodokus Driessen
Digital technician Brian Anderson
Production Lisa Grezo (GE Projects)
Production assistant Kat Tolentino
Equipment rental Smashbox Photo Rentals (Los Angeles)

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All outfits by MUGLER (Anatomy of Change 2011)
Masks designed by Peter Philips and made by Montex Paris
Studded collar and cuff were Nicola's own
Gaga wore for the shoot "Alien", a fragrance by Thierry Mugler

All outfits by MUGLER (Anatomy of Change 2011)
Masks designed by Peter Philips and made by Montex Paris
Studded collar and cuff were Nicola's own
Gaga wore for the shoot "Alien", a fragrance by Thierry Mugler

All outfits by MUGLER (Anatomy of Change 2011)
Masks designed by Peter Philips and made by Montex Paris
Studded collar and cuff were Nicola's own
Gaga wore for the shoot "Alien", a fragrance by Thierry Mugler

Lady Gaga - V Magazine Asia Photoshoot (Video)02:38

Lady Gaga - V Magazine Asia Photoshoot (Video)

V Magazine Asia Photoshoot
Director Inez and Vinoodh
Editing Otto Arsenault
Music "Born This Way" (Bollywood Remix)


July 21, 2011

Date July 21, 2011
Location Springfield in Nebraska Us
Models Bride, Jo Calderone and Nymph
Camera EOS-1Ds Mark III by Canon
Make up artist Val Garland
Hair stylist Frederic Aspiras at Haus of Gaga
Nails Marian Newman
Fashion Director Nicola Formichetti at Haus of Gaga
Stylists Brandon Maxwell and Anna Trevelyan

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Hat by Philip Treacy, jacket by Yves Saint Laurent, pants by Chanel, shoes by Pleaser, sunglasses by France Look ("Rio 24"), and metal armour by Millennium FX

Outfit by Dior Homme

Custom dress by Hussein Chalayan, shoes by Capezio

Album and Single artworks
Magazines

On September 1, 2011, Gaga announced on her Twitter account that she had shot five "fashion films" related to the music video of the song, with Dutch photographer duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. After the tweet, Gaga released the first video, titled "Haus of Ü Featuring Nymph".

"We built a studio in a pig sty and worked for three days with her constantly coming off set to us and filming with us and taking pictures. What's incredible in there is that this is Gaga, as herself in the character that she is, related to the 'Yoü and I' video, and it's purely her." They went on to explain of Gaga: "She asked us to make these videos as a bridge between fashion and rock and roll, and since both are kind of equally important for her as an inspiration and starting point. So, she really said to us, 'Do your thing, what you would do in fashion context,' let's say, but relate it to the characters that she is in the 'Yoü and I' video."
  • Directed — Inez and Vinoodh
  • 2nd assistant camera (AC), sound technician — Derek Nelson
  • Creative direction — Lady Gaga
  • Fashion direction — Nicola Formichetti
  • Cinematography — Todd Heater
  • Lighting technician — Jodokus Driessen
  • Editing — Otto Arsenault

Featuring Nymph

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  • Released on September 1, 2011

Featuring Bride

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Featuring Jo

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This particular photoshoot is instead a series of photoshoots that happened after each scene of the music video for "Yoü and I" was shot in a studio built inside of a pig sty.

On October 17, 2012, Inez revealed that they agreed with Gaga that the published photographs would be only in "gorgeous black and white". The only exception to their artistic vision was two photographs used on the cover of "Visionaire" in 2011.

July 22, 2011

Date July 22, 2011
Location Springfield in Nebraska Us
Models Yüyi, Barn Hooker and Mother
Camera EOS-1Ds Mark III by Canon
Make up artist Val Garland
Hair stylist Frederic Aspiras at Haus of Gaga
Nails Marian Newman
Fashion Director Nicola Formichetti at Haus of Gaga
Stylists Brandon Maxwell and Anna Trevelyan

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Tail by Millenium FX, sunglasses by Chanel (01455)

Harness by Zana Bayne, shoes by Pleaser

Veil by Perry Meek for Haus of Gaga, dress by Norma Kamali

On September 1, 2011, Gaga announced on her Twitter account that she had shot five "fashion films" related to the music video of the song, with Dutch photographer duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. After the tweet, Gaga released the first video, titled "Haus of Ü Featuring Nymph".

"We built a studio in a pig sty and worked for three days with her constantly coming off set to us and filming with us and taking pictures. What's incredible in there is that this is Gaga, as herself in the character that she is, related to the 'Yoü and I' video, and it's purely her." They went on to explain of Gaga: "She asked us to make these videos as a bridge between fashion and rock and roll, and since both are kind of equally important for her as an inspiration and starting point. So, she really said to us, 'Do your thing, what you would do in fashion context,' let's say, but relate it to the characters that she is in the 'Yoü and I' video."
  • Directed — Inez and Vinoodh
  • 2nd assistant camera (AC), sound technician — Derek Nelson
  • Creative direction — Lady Gaga
  • Fashion direction — Nicola Formichetti
  • Cinematography — Todd Heater
  • Lighting technician — Jodokus Driessen
  • Editing — Otto Arsenault




Featuring Yüyi

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Featuring Barn Hooker and Mother

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HAUS OF Ü feat. BARN HOOKER AND MOTHER

feat. Barn Hooker and Mother

  • Released August 15, 2012

August 18, 2011

Date August 18, 2011
Location Pier59 Digital Studios in Stage C, New York City Us
Fashion director Nicola Formichetti at Haus of Gaga
Hair stylist Christiaan Houtenbos
Make up artist James Kaliardos
Manicurist Deborah Lippmann

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The film was shown during the Mugler Spring/Summer 2012 ready-to-wear (rtw) show in Paris.

"Sometimes, my heart sometimes feel so black. In the dunes of the sand. And other days my heart feels like rainbows. MUGLER, MUGLER, Amen. Jesus is the new black. I am a MUGLER woman. I am quiet, I am strong, Amen. Amen. Fan of MUGLER, MUGLER, Gaga. I am a MUGLER woman don't fuck with me, don't fuck with MUGLER, don't f-f... don't fuck with a MUGLER woman. MUGLER, Paris, I Am Paris, We are Paris. Do not anger MUGLER woman she will eat you. Fan of MUGLER, will eat you. I will eat you. MUGLER. Amen. Jesus is the new black. I am MUGLER woman, I am quiet, I am strong, Amen. Welcome to Paris, it's Fashion Week, we are Paris."

Music Black Jesus † Amen Fashion (Mugler Remix) by DJ White Shadow
Cinematography David Devlin
Assistant camera Derek Nelson
Ligting technician Jodokus Driessen
Edit & color Alex Arce (DTouch NYC)
Assistant editor Thomas Gifford
Post Production DTouch NYC
Digital content and marketing agency Moving Image & Content
Exexcutive Producers Two Hustlers & the CollectiveShift

Sunglasses by Frame France, jacket by Maison Martin Margiela, custom jewlery by Rodrigo Otazu, socks by Falke, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Crystal teeth by Rodrigo Otazu

July 1, 2013

Date July 1, 2013
Location Steiner Studios, Brooklyn, NY Us
Camera EOS 5D Mark III by Canon
Photo assistant Joe Hume of VLM Studio
Studio manager Marc Kroop of VLM Studio
Production Gabe Hill and Roger Dong of GE Projects
Brenda Brown for The Collective Shift
Gaga management Troy Carter, Bobby Campbell,
Lane Bentley (Atom Factory)
Fashion director Brandon Maxwell at Haus of Gaga
Stylist assistants Hayley Pisaturo and Sandra Amador for Brandon Maxwell Studio
Creative movement director Stephen Galloway for The Collective Shift
Choreography Richard Jackson at Haus of Gaga
Hair stylist Shay Ashual for Tim Howard Management
Hair assistants Sean Mikel and Tony Kelley
Makeup artist Yadim for Art Partner
Makeup assistants Mondo Leon and Kanako Takase
Manicurist Jin Soon Choi for JINsoon (Jed Root Inc.)
Tailor Malisa Masala at In-House Atelier
Lighting director Jodokus Driessen of VLM Studio
Digital technician Brian Anderson of VLM Studio
Print producer Jeff Lepine of VLM Studio
Retouching Stereohorse
Catering Smile To Go 
Special thanks Giuliano Argenziano, Allison Brainard, Sidney Russell of ABRAMOVIC LLC

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Lady Gaga wears custom by Giorgio Armani, underwear by Calvin Klein and Shoes by Azzedine Alaïa.
On eyes, Giorgio Armani Smooth Silk Eye Pencil #4 On cheeks, Giorgio Armani Sheer Blush #4 On lips, Giorgio Armani Rouge Ecstasy #401

Lady Gaga wears custom by Versace and Shoes by Azzedine Alaïa.
On face, M·A·C Cosmetics Pigment in Old Gold On eyes, M.A.C Cosmetics Extreme Dimension Lash On lips, M.A.C Cosmetics Sheen Supreme Lipstick in Can’t Get Enough

Lady Gaga wears custom Saint Laurent Paris.
Lady Gaga wears a tank top by Calvin Klein.
On face is Yves Saint Laurent Youth Liberator Serum Foundation B30, on eyes is Yves Saint Laurent Eyeliner Effet Faux Cils No 1 and on lips is Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture No 51 Corail Urbain.

Lady Gaga wears custom outfit by Balenciaga.
Lady Gaga wears Shoes by Azzedine Alaïa.
On eyes, Estée Lauder Pure Color EyeShadow in Nude Fresco On lips, Estée Lauder Pure Color High Intensity Lip Lacquer in Peach Glass On brows, Estée Lauder Automatic Brow Pencil Duo in Soft Blonde On face, Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Nude Ivory.

Lady Gaga is wearing a white paper jacket by Mathieu Mirano and sunglasses by Isabell Yalda Hellysaz.

Lady Gaga is wearing custom sunglasses by A-Morir.

Lady Gaga wears.

Album and Single artworks
Magazines

July 2, 2013

Date July 2, 2013
Location
Photography Camera EOS 5D Mark III by Canon
Cinematography Camera Red 6K by Epic Dragon
Fashion director Brandon Maxwell at Haus of Gaga
Hair stylist Frederic Aspiras at Haus of Gaga
Make up artist Yadim
Manicurist Jin Soon Choi

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Visor by Technical Plastics Corp., black pants by unknown, shoes by Omar Angel Perez.

Lady Gaga is wearing custom sunglasses by A-Morir while sitting on the Binary Chair 01 by BRC Designs.
Lady Gaga is wearing a black and white jacket by Thom Browne with shoes by Peter Popps while sitting on the Binary Chair 01 by BRC Designs.

Lady Gaga is wearing a wire wig by Jacob Roanhaus with a monochrome hand-knitted jumper by Heewon Park and shoes by Pleaser.

Lady Gaga is wearing a pair of cat-eye frames ("Beth") by Mykita by Beth Ditto.

Lady Gaga is wearing the fiber optic wig by Haus of Gaga with an outfit by Louise Leconte.

Lady Gaga is wearing a linen jumpsuit by Issey Miyake and suede platform sandals by Cassandra Verity Green. For the second outfit, Gaga is wearing a cropped woold fibre jacket by Rex Lo.

Lady Gaga is wearing a hat by unknown with a jacket by Thom Browne, dental cuffs by Gilding Primal Instinct and heels by Masaya Kushino for SOMARTA.

Lady Gaga wears a checksuit jacket by Comme des Garçons and glasses by Early Halloween.

ARTPOP FOOTAGE

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NEW LEAKED ARTPOP FOOTAGE LADY GAGA-0

The video was posted on July 20, 2013 on Youtube and was published in an article for V Magazine on July 22, 2013 with the following note: "We know you have questions, and we have answers... but, you'll have to wait for them. For now, gaze upon the beauty that is Gaga in this ARTPOP leak. Listen closely: you can hear it in her voice that she's just as impatient as you are for more to come, and it will, and it will SLAY. Patience, Little Monsters!"

LADY GAGA IS OVER

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LADY GAGA IS OVER A FILM BY HAUS OF GAGA

On August 12, 2013, Lady Gaga posted a short film by the Haus of Gaga. This video was filmed during the ARTPOP photoshoot in collaboration with Inez and Vinoodh . In video, Gaga is seen with a clear mask on her face, which she pulls plastic away from and stares at the camera with various looks. The purpose of the video was to address the criticisms Gaga faced after the Born This Way era, with insults such as "flop" and "she's over". The video was also used to promote Applause, the lead single from ARTPOP.

AN ARTPOP FILM STARRING LADY GAGA

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An ARTPOP Film Starring LADY GAGA