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  • The costumes for the video were designed by Formichetti, who blogged about the various designer pieces shown in it.Born This Way (song)-Wikipedia
  • The singer's stylist Thierry Mugler and creative director Nicola Formichetti announced on the coming Monday that the filming for the clip was over.Judas (Lady Gaga song)-Wikipedia
  • Interspersed between are scenes portraying people dressed like Gaga, and appearances by Taylor Kinney, who was in the music video, and the singer's stylist Nicola Formichetti.You and I (Lady Gaga song)-Wikipedia
  • A small crew of independent artists undertook wardrobe design under the supervision of longtime Gaga collaborator Nicola Formichetti, who oversaw the shoot's artistic direction.Chromatica-Wikipedia
  • In the spring of 2013, Rosso named Nicola Formichetti, the former stylist of Lady Gaga and creative director of Mugler, as Diesel's Artistic Director.Renzo Rosso-Wikipedia
  • Kyary was photographed by Matt Irwin for the magazine's December 2012 issue, styled by Nicola Formichetti.Kyary Pamyu Pamyu-Wikipedia

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