Lady Gaga’s wardrobe in the House of Gucci, there is one classic detail with a modern twist. That’s right, it’s the bow!

Patrizia’s Red Dress – House of Gucci

It was the first time Maurizio Gucci sees future wife Patrizia Reggiani at a debutante party in 1970.

 Costume designer Janty Yates brought this moment to life with a red interpretation of the revealing, pink figure-hugging long satin dress the real Patrizia wore—complete with bow details.

Yates estimates she did over 50 hours of fittings with Lady Gaga (including five Zoom fittings), with extensive work on the red dress that kicks off this romance. “We had eight weeks of building and fittings, it was all made in Calico and then we actually fit the real dress and it looks spectacular,” the designer recalls.

However, when they got to set, Scott was surprised to see the long length of the dress. “I want to see legs,” was his note and a quick alteration was required. “We had to put her on an apple box, and we cut 18 inches off the bottom of the dress,” Yates says. “We went on to shoot unhemmed—you hardly even see the hem.” This is what the designer describes as a “Roll with Ridley” moment.

BEATRIX – Rowley Hesselballe London’s New Arrival

If you wish the live the House of Gucci dream on your special day but don’t know how to do it meet our new design named BEATRIX. It’s our new take on the LWD, a sexy midi dress with structured bow and strap details.

Sexy and chic BEATRIX our midi-length bridal dress is perfect for the modern bride. This fitted silhouette is flattering for all shapes and the bow detail is the perfect finishing touch for that added femininity. 

The soft but structured fabrication gives the bride something to look not only fabulous in but also feel comfortable on her big day. 

You can wear BEATRIX on your engagement party, wedding ceremony or afterparty!

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