Haus of Gaga costume collection in Las Vegas

Lady Gaga opens Haus of Gaga costume collection curated by Nicola Formichetti.

Lady Gaga, once again makes a bold move and opens Haus of Gaga, putting herself on display in Las Vegas at Park MGM, where fans can get a first-hand look at some of her most outrageous and out of this world costumes.

This mini-museum features the singer’s most iconic looks, from outfits, wings, accessories and more. Gaga is undeniable known for her bizarre outfits, so take this journey and learn what you can see on her museum. An immersive collection of Mother Monster’s looks curated by her long-time creative director Nicola Formichetti.

The exhibit follows the trajectory of the pop icon’s 10-year career, with most of the collection pulled out from her personal archive, from the turquoise “Poker Face” bodysuit, the cigarette glasses from “Telephone” music video, costumes from the Born This Way tour and red-carpet, to the “Shallow” outfit.

For Nicola Formichetti, the journey has been an emotional experience of digging through all the collections and archives of Gaga to build this incredible exhibit for her fans to enjoy and experience up close Gaga’s journey. So, this exhibit will see several changes throughout its duration. Which will run during Lada Gaga’s second leg of her show called Enigma.

“Lady Gaga and I wanted this experience to reflect the most iconic moments the Haus of Gaga has conceptualized during her career. Our vision for HAUS OF GAGA/LAS VEGAS is a space that will visually immerse fans into Lady Gaga’s most iconic moments that will leave them in awe.”

This exhibit not only will be for the fans, it also has a charitable side as well, with some of her iconic looks put up for auction and 100% of the sells will go for the Born This Way Foundation.

“…we are incredibly pleased with the opportunity to bring even greater awareness to the Born This Way Foundation, doing good for young people around the globe.” Says President of Entertainment & Sports for MGM Resorts International, George Kliavkoff

The museum opened May 30, near to where she is doings her Las Vegas residency show. The museum is free of charge and will be open until midnight whenever Gaga performs.

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Miguel Soromenho

Miguel Soromenho

Miguel Soromenho Pereira is a Portuguese guy, born in November… a scorpion. Lives in Oeiras and studied Architecture and Game Development. Likes to play videogames, meditate, practice yoga and go to the gym. Works as Executive Director of Pois since January 2019.

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