Lady Gaga seeing New York Giants game at Stadium MetLife

Lady Gaga new York Giants
Lady Gaga new York Giants
We all know if Lady Gaga love to appear eccentric with weird clothes and controversial action. This time, the famous singer was re-confirmed its existence by wearing the dress while watching a baseball game at the stadium MetLife.

The owner's real name Stefani Germanotta was caught on camera was seeing New York Giants game and poured champagne from her glass onto the floor. Lady Gaga seemed lifted her champagne glass, then decided to no longer drink wine and pour it over the floor.

Wearing a bright blue cap bearing the logo of NY, 25 years old singer looked out of the field of sports games wearing a black dress made of PVC with necklines decorated with accessories and a black balloon skirt nets.

Native New Yorker is a sport the United States and the popular singer was blonde. Completing the look with red lipstick and a pair of sunglasses, Lady Gaga strange back in action throughout the game. Chanter "Poker Face" looks to celebrate the birthday boys at the moment.

"Happy Birthday Brandon. Love, Gaga. We love you," wrote Twitter account @#Giantsgame quoted from Dailymail, Wednesday (09/21/2011). This explains the reason she poured champagne on the floor.

According to the New York Post, Lady Gaga dispose of champagne to the fence in front of her and trickled down to the bench reserved for the fans of baseball with the condition of disability.

But before decide to throw champagne on the floor, Lady Gaga seen watching the match in which New York Giants beat the St. Louis Rams. She looked serious and was accompanied by a male friend wearing blonde blue hat just like her.

Sensational action is not the first time she did, Lady Gaga also been several times strange action at sporting events.

Regularly, often went Lady Gaga sporting events in the Big Apple. And last summer, she made headlines when wearing a bra and panties studded accessories. In addition to these actions, Lady Gaga asked to leave the stadium the New York Yankees because of the entrance to the club and drank whiskey, then talk to the players.

Neon Fashion be Trend in 2012

neon fashion
neon fashion

Recently at New York Fashion Week, which was held on 8 to 15 September 2011 for spring 2012 collection, neon colors proved again steal the show. Unlike era 80' neon colors style, gradations of color this time selected the designers actually highlight the glamor.

Appearances can look bright as well as elegant. Nothing wrong to be different by using a fluorescent color clothing. Follow the following three tricks, so you look more flashy with Neon fashion in 2012, as reported from

1. monochrome
With a choice of colors are very bold, simple fashion model who can still steal the show, as this collection of Cushnie et Ochs. You simply pick one fluorescent color. But, be sure to match the color of your skin. Appearances will be more stunning if you wear shoes that are the color matching the color of clothing.

2. stylish Lady
Jason Wu's collection of this evidence when wearing neon colors you can still look elegant. He combines superior black and white accented at the waist with a bright pink skirt. So, do not hesitate to buy a skirt with bold colors.

3. Pair with a suit
In era 80', fluorescent clothing is always paired with skinny jeans and sneakers. Now, you can combine with the suit and wear it to the office. As this collection of Nanette Lepore, which combines peach suit with the color orange.

Red color Trends in Emmy Awards

lea michele emmy award
lea michele emmy award

You are know .. Red color trend seems will never fade in 2011. The proof, the Primetime Emmy Awards looks Red by a number of celebrities who came.

"One of the hottest fall color is red, and the stars do not miss it on the Emmy red carpet this year," said style expert, Sam Saboura, pointing Lea Michele, Kate Winslet, Nina Dobrev, Kerry Washington, and Adrianne Palicki.

Even Allan Cumming chose bold colors on his pants and tuxedo. In addition to red, the other bold colors are a favorite color is blue and worn by Cobie Smulders, Claire Danes, and Amy Poehler.

Design a dress was in the spotlight. If previously, sleeveless dress to make the artist look elegant and beautiful. This time, the artists chose sleeveless dress without hiding the beauty of hand. Just look at the appearance of Michele Poehler and Gwyneth Paltrow, or Kate Winslet and Christine Baranski is a show with sleeveless dresses responsibility.

There is also Laura Linney, Melissa McCarthy, Loretta Devine, Jayma Mays, and Mayim Bialik, who appeared with a long-sleeved gown. "The arm of the dress is a great way to show off the beauty of their hands," he added.

Although it look more attractive, the choice of the long arm of the dress Mayim Mialik not based on reasons of fashion alone. She chose to wear long-sleeved dress for religious reasons. "I'm Jewish, I wanted to cover my body," said the artist 'Big Bang Theory'.

Of course there are some exceptions. Christina Hendricks dress looks not suitable for class events Emmy Awards. "Too much sparkle would seem ludicrous for an Emmy Awards event. The dress should be maintained for larger events. The silhouette is simple without excessive accessory would be very appropriate for this event," he added.

Buono way was enough to attract attention to the earrings are made of metal AK-47. "These earrings are made of metal AK-47 in Africa, and the money from the sale of these earrings will fund the destruction of weapons in countries like the Congo," says the actress. (source: Reuters)

Huda Naccache is First Arab Model for magazine Covers featured Bikini

Huda Naccache
Huda Naccache

Recently Yara Mashour take big decisions. As Chief Editor of Lilac, Arabic magazine based in Israel, he challenged the customs and traditions. On the cover of the new edition of the magazine there are portraits of female models clad in bikini.

As quoted by the Daily Mail, the magazine featuring the figure of Huda Naccache, models 22 years of Arab descent and Israel from Haifa. Wrapped in a black bikini with white shirt draped over her shoulders, her eyes stared at the model reader.

Yara says, "Huda is the first Arab model for magazine covers featured bikini-clad Arabs. For a decade I continue to work to fight for the lives of Arab women in order to have more rights and freedoms in the Middle East."

Huda Naccache was feeling proud as someone who voted Lilac imaged as a strong and amazing woman. "I'm very proud to be the first to (wear a bikini on the cover of Lilac)," she said. "I am a professional model and this should be considered normal."

However, Huda Naccache did not deny he originally hesitant to accept it. She was well aware of the limits taboos and norms of local communities. "But, after seeking approval of a parent, I became bold and confident. I'm not afraid of a girl who took the first step, and open up opportunities in other Arab models, to represent the liberal and independent women young Arabs."

Lilac editorial policy was clearly to invite controversy. Lilac is the first magazine in the Arabian Peninsula to break the taboo. Dared to show bikini-clad woman on the cover.

"Since I founded the Lilac in Israel 10 years ago, I broke the taboo about women in society. I work for the empowerment and freedom of women," Yara said. "I want to start a new concept about the Arab woman who dared to break the social taboo, and show their physical beauty in public."

Lilac, that being secular, became the most popular magazines Arabs in Israel and read at a number of Arab countries. Women's magazine is written in Arabic, with English language insertions. "Because the new and younger generation prefer to read English," says Yara.

Yara expect positive policies will provoke discussion, not a disaster. He was conscious during this taboo in Arab media featuring the shoulders, knees. and backs of women, especially women's bikinis. "The government will probably do the censorship and banning of this outstanding magazine. A number of Arab countries like Lebanon should not make the ban, because I think they are very free."