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What happens when the first superstar of the new millennium, Lady Gaga and the last crooner of the old world, Tony Bennett come together? Not only musical greatness but also fashion fabness, it seems. Continuing the promotion of their joint album effort Cheek to Cheek, the stars cover the November 2014 issue of L’Uomo Vogue. The black and white editorial imitates the allure of backstage photography and reunites Lady Gaga with photographer Steven Klein, with styling from Brandon Maxwell at CLM Artists.

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“When I sing in the studio with Tony, my childhood flashes before my eyes”, Lady Gaga says in the interview, “I see those moments when I sang the tunes of Ella Fitzgerald, my first love, when I was part of the high school jazz band.

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This is not the first time the two celebs came together in front of the cameras as only last month they were photographed ‘cheek to cheek’ for the H&M holiday campaign. For the campaign commercial premiering November 25th, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett come together to perform It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing) from their album Cheek to Cheek.

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Manicure Bernadette Thompson.

Hair Stylist Frederic Aspiras.

Makeup artist Sammy Mourabit

Set designer Andrea Stanley.

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– See more at: http://www.vogue.it/en/uomo-vogue/cover-story/2014/11/tony-bennett-and-lady-gaga#sthash.D9V0kPBh.dpuf

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