Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Lady Gaga on the October 2018 Cover of Vogue Magazine

Lady Gaga has been hard at work promoting 'A Star is Born' and she is the October 2018 cover star of Vogue magazine. On the cover which was shot by Inez & Vinoodh, Gaga is wearing a BRANDON MAXWELL dress and ANA KHOURI earrings. In the issue, she talks her role in 'A Star is Born, the #MeToo movement, a decade in pop, leaving NY and so much more. Continue below to read some excepts from her interview. For more on her feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand. 

 Givenchy faux-fur 

On if she's happy:
Yes—I’m focusing on the things that I believe in. I’m challenging myself. I’m embarking on new territory—with some nerves and some overjoyment. It’s an interesting time in my life. It’s a transition, for sure. It’s been a decade.

On her character in 'A Star is Born':
I wanted the audience to be immersed in something completely different. And it’s almost hard to speak about, because I just sort of became Ally.

On meeting Barbara Streisand:
It was a magical moment. She really made me feel like she passed the torch. The singing is beyond, but what is even more beyond is how involved she was in everything she did. She was a part of creating that film. That made me feel good, too, that we approached making this film the right way.

On who she is & being a advocate:
I am not a brand. I have my unique existence, just as everyone else does, and at the end of the day, it’s our humanity that connects us—our bodies and our biology. That’s what breeds compassion and empathy, and those are the things that I care the most about. Kindness! It can drive you mad. Someone very important in my life says to me often, ‘You cannot stare at the carnage all day.’ And I think . . . you have to stare at the carnage to an extent because if not, you’re being ignorant and complacent—to not view injustice and want to be a part of advocating for others. But. . . .Once we just look each other in the eyes, if we can keep that contact, that contract, I think the world will be a better place.

Givenchy top. Falke tights. Jimmy Choo shoes.

Credit: Vogue

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