If you find yourself inexplicably gravitating towards Barneys’ Madison Avenue store over the coming weeks, don’t be alarmed. That’s just the pull of GAGA’S WORKSHOP (now open!). Don’t bother fighting it—the astonishing array of Gaga-themed goods on offer is simply too awesome to resist.
But before you sprint through the open-mouth entrance on 60th Street, take a moment to admire our new holiday windows: a series of Gaga-themed tableaux designed by Nicola Formichetti in collaboration with Barneys Creative Director Dennis Freedman. Can’t make it to the store? Preview the windows below and shop GAGA’s WORKSHOP here.
Created in collaboration with renowned hairstylist Bob Recine, this window is a surrealist take on Lady Gaga’s own personal boudoir. Constructed entirely out of hair, the room is filled with iconic references to hair styles and fashions from Gaga’s past.
Gaga’s Crystal Cave
This mysterious ice world is a light installation featuring a mermaid sculpture reminiscent of Gaga.
This window plays with the idea of Lady Gaga physically morphing into a gilded motorcycle.
Q4, an NYC-based experiential digital agency, collaborated on this window, which features a film by director Tim Richardson and Nicola Formichetti. The interactive short film portrays Gaga as a series of evolving constellations.
- Tory Hoen