By Andrea Petrou on January 11th, 2010
Lady Gaga has been one of 2009 hottest stars and it seems she’ll be continuing her press domination in 2010.
Last week Polaroid announced her position as its new creative director and this week it seems the Lady herself has taken the power reigns.
According to the gossip grapevine, or in this case The Sun, she’s set her sights on Lara Stone, to appear in her next music video of upcoming single Alejandro. Although details are still a little bit shaky, we’ve gathered that the face of Louis Vuitton is number one on Lady Gaga’s casting list, and if it happens we think it’ll be an excellant collaboration.
However, there’s also some bad news for Miss Gaga today with claims that designer Mark Fast has refused to lend the singer any of his creations. According to reports in Metro News, Mr Fast said this was over concerns that his designs would be overshadowed by the singer.
“I love her music and that Bad Romance song is stuck in my head all the time, but we don’t necessarily have to accept everyone just because they are famous,” he said.
“‘My work is about a lifestyle. It’s not fast-food fashion. It’s not about trends, it’s about classic, it’s about the body, it’s about beauty. Maybe that gets lost in the picture with certain celebrities.”
Now after the Antonio Berardi debate, we’re not sure we should believe everything we read so we’ll be trying to get hold of Mark’s people to get the full story. Keep reading for the latest updates.