Pop star Lady Gaga poses in a candid portrait for T Magazine’s October 23, 2016 cover. Photographed by Collier Schorr, the singer wears a white t-shirt with a slicked back hairstyle. Part of the magazine’s ‘Greats’ issue, Gaga shows off a different side compared to her eccentric styles of the past. In the feature, the …
“One thing Ryan talked with me about is we wanted the audience to look at Gaga as an actor playing the Countess and completely separate from how her fans know her as Gaga,” says Eyrich. #AHSHotel Image Credit: Michael Avedon for EW.
The Countess kills with the claws of a chain-mail glove designed by L.A. accessories wiz Michael Schmidt, who has created custom pieces for Cher and Madonna. Murphy wanted it to look “both rock & roll and old at the same time," says Eyrich. "The nails have diamonds on the edge to slice." #AHSHotel Image Credit: Michael Avedon for EW.
“She’s like a silent-film actress,” says Murphy, who praises Gaga's highly styled mini-movies for hits like “Paparazzi,” in which she dons boundary-pushing designs by Dolce & Gabbana, Thierry Mugler, and Jeremy Scott. #AHSHotel Image Credit: Michael Avedon for EW.