Nicola Formichetti is not only the infamous stylist of queen of pop-shock Lady Gaga and soon to be new creative head of 80s iconic fashion house Thierry Mugler, but he's also the fashion director of Japanese men's Vogue.
So it's no wonder that beforesaid pop-star is the cover model of the current (A/W 2010-11) issue of the magazin. Styled as fake male model "Jo Calderone" she's the star of one of the editorials in the magazine. And there's also a poster from Gaga inside wearing the meat dress she shocked the audience at the MTV Video Music Awards in L.A. with this year.
Fashion editor Shun Watanabe styled other fabulous editorials in the magazine - "The modern standard" (extraordinary white shirts, interesting new trench coats, aviator leather jackets, minimalist jackets and mixed check patterns) and "The decadence of youth" (dandy styles with a feminine touch, using bold colors, various patterns combined, feather, brooches and skirts).
Another great feature - among many - I really like is the comparison of fashion trends for spring/summer 2011.