The artistically acclaimed and outgoing music sensation Lady Gag continues to broaden her fashionable horizon as she bares her chest for the first L'Uomo Vogue of 2012 in an editorial shot by by Inez van lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Gaga's body can be seen as a canvas for art. Her seemingly atypical yet symbolically representative style has been bombarded with comments and critique for years and the fact remains that our Lady is a designer's dream. She is a temple of individuality, not necessarily giving up her body for expression, rather utilizing her devotion to voice as a route to rhetorical redemption.
She's featured in this edition of L'Uomo Vogue with costumes revealing her breasts accompanied by an industrial-esque collection of attire that has her looking confident, mechanical, and of course, sexy.