The power of music and fashion. Lady Gaga chooses Versace looks for the first leg of “artRave”:a sensational glam pop show.
May 4, 2014 – BB&T Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Versace dresses for Lady Gaga that started the fourth world tour “artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball world tour”. An amazing performance that showcases the unique blend between the pop singer most venerated in the world and Versace maison, who created for the artist wonderful stage costumes, with rich colors and Swarovski crystals, able to play with the light and create a dreamlike atmosphere.
Lady Gaga begins the show with three new songs from her #1 album ARTPOP – “ARTPOP,” “G.U.Y.,” and “Donatella.” Throughout the entirety of this section, she looks absolutely stunning in a fitted Atelier Versace long-sleeve bodysuit with high neck, fully embroidered with gold and silver sparkling Swarovski crystals, with an oversized royal blue sphere protruding from the chest. She completes her look with golden wings.
The show ends with new song “Gypsy,” for which the artist showcases a two-piece white custom made Atelier Versace look, composed of a long-sleeve top entirely embroidered with silver Swarovski crystals, and a gorgeous matching crystal-covered skirt, tiered in the front, with full sweeping train. She completes her look perfectly with a wide silver belt with medusa head buckle at the front covered in sparkling Swarovski crystals.
Her team of dancers looks amazing in Versace as well throughout the show: Two of the female dancers begin the show looking chic in a pale blue two-piece look with matching cap, fully embroidered with Swarovski crystals, with a periwinkle oyster-like shell with purple pearl attached at the left shoulder. Two other female dancers wear pink Swarovski-embroidered body suits with matching cap, and accessorize with a clear plastic cape completely covered in crystals as well. Two other female dancers wear a two-piece look composed of a Swarovski-embroidered bikini top and bottom covered with pink and purple orchids, with a matching headpiece and legwarmers.
Five male dancers all wear Swarovski crystal-covered shorts with thick neon colored ropes hanging loosely at either side. They finish their look with matching legwarmers, and either a black and white Swarovksi-embroidered cap or a pink and purple floral headpiece. Three other male dancers wear ruched metallic silver and black astronaut-themed jackets embellished with zippers down the back and arms, with matching silver leggings with black panels.