Lady Gaga’s Limited-Edition CasaGaga Italian Glam Beauty Collection

Lady Gaga's CasaGaga Italian Glam Beauty Collection

As part of the Haus Laboratories makeup capsule collection, Lady Gaga, who plays Patrizia Reggiani in the upcoming fashion biopic, pays homage to classic Italian chic. Throughout the filming of House of Gucci, the actress and singer have been secretly wearing Haus Laboratories’ latest.

Lady Gaga’s limited-edition makeup arrives today as the first hit of unofficial movie merchandise ahead of House of Gucci’s release this Thanksgiving.

Although there is no direct tie-in, the Casa Gaga Italian Glam Collection bears all the hallmarks of a luxury brand, right down to the gold compacts. Lady Gaga’s makeup artistry director and longtime makeup artist Sarah Tanno said the new formulas found their way into her makeup trailer on set as well.

“These products are a love letter to my Italian heritage,” Gaga shares. “There’s glam, and then there’s Italian glam.” A capsule collection of 16 products includes bullet lipsticks, highlighters, a single black liner, and blushes-everything you need to get an “Italian look” more modernized with Haus Laboratories. The entire capsule is now available for purchase on the brand’s website, and the entire capsule is available in a vegan train case.

In addition to her teased bouffants, a sexy smokey eye and perfectly lined lips, this actress’s recent style transformation is nothing short of enviable. In addition to socialite Patrizia Reggiani, whom Gaga portrays in the upcoming film House of Gucci, and jewelry designer Elsa Peretti, Gaga was also inspired by actress Sophia Loren for creating the capsule. The mood board also featured Gaga’s mother and grandmother, who “greatly influenced my approach to beauty” in the way they applied their makeup.

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