Lady Gaga à Gogo is the very first Lady Gaga art and fashion exhibition in the world. It was held at Galerie Chappe, 4, Rue Andre Barsacq, 75018 Paris during October 21 through October 30 of 2010. The gallery is directed by Alexandre Gilbert and the show was curated by Alexandra Boucherifi. The purpose of this one-off event is to let you see “in person” some of the iconic tenues Gaga wore in Telephone, Bad Romance and Alejandro, and outfits she wears in her show and life. All the tenues were exposed on black vernice or chrome Cofrad mannequins. Designers and photographers that worked with Gaga, some famous and others up and coming at the time, that are featured are Thierry Mugler, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Viktor & Rolf, Mouton Collet, On Aura Tout Vu, Oliver Bobin, Gary Card, Vera Thordardottir, Charles Youssef, Alun Davies, Vava Dudu, Stephanie Paterek, Bernard Chandran, Vilsbol de Arce, Lauren Machen and Marko Mitanovski.



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Lady Gaga expo at Galerie Chappe in Paris


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