LADY GaGa has changed the face of pop music forever. We love her batty antics here at Pillow Mag, but we also adore her passion for being an outspoken advocate for inclusiveness.
The Born This Way singer has now released a short film directed by Ruth Hogben that unveils ’The Masterpiece’ – a dress incorporating fans’ artwork, designed by her long-time stylist Nicola Formichetti on MAC’s charity website vivaglam.com.
Thousands of people participated and Nicola chose select images in incorporate in to the design.
Viva Glam teams up with celebs to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS and support men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS globally.
For this project, GaGa’s ‘little monsters’ contributed self-portraits, shared information about HIV/AIDS and encouraged friends to “live with passion and love with protection” across their personal social networks.
As her time as a Viva Glam spokesperson comes to a close, Lady GaGa has urged everyone to keep supporting the project to reach her goal of $250m.
“The MAC AIDS Fund has raised $224 million to date. Go out and buy a lipstick for your girlfriend, your boyfriend, your mom or your sister.
“$26 million to go, little monsters!”