In a joint effort with Cotton On for their mental health campaign, Lady Gaga rocked a daring makeup look while showing off her latest clothing collection. The 37-year-old singer sported bright yellow eyeshadow and styled her platinum blonde hair into beachy waves for a stunning photoshoot. She flaunted her midriff in a graphic printed crop top and paired it with jeans, a cap, and a denim jacket featuring the motto “Kinder, Braver, Together”. Completing her ensemble, Lady Gaga adorned herself with chunky silver necklaces and hoop earrings. The launch of her limited-edition products with the Australian brand on Friday was a huge success.
Lady Gaga, 37, appeared gorgeous in a daring makeup look as she showcased her latest clothing line with Cotton On for their combined initiative in support of mental health on Friday.
The famous singer stole the show with her bright yellow eyeshadow and beachy wave hair during a stunning photoshoot. In 2012, Lady Gaga partnered with her mother Cynthia Bissett Germanotta to launch the Born This Way Foundation which will receive all profits from the current collection. The Cotton On Foundation joined forces with the foundation to launch a global campaign that promotes kindness and support for youth mental health. Through this partnership, people worldwide are encouraged to learn and practice kindness towards one another. The limited-edition products will be available for purchase from September 1 to October 10, with net proceeds donated to the Born This Way Foundation. With this initiative, Cotton On becomes one of the largest corporate contributors to global youth mental health resources and support by 2023. Cynthia expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to expand their impact worldwide and acknowledged the young people’s efforts in transforming the discussion around mental health and increasing resources to support themselves, peers, and communities.
Fashion-forward: She wore a denim jacket on top of which was a statement that read ‘Kinder, Braver, Together’.
Lady Gaga has teamed up with Australian brand Cotton On to release a range of limited-edition products. In support of a good cause, the partnership aims to provide tangible resources, skills, and grassroots support to build kinder, braver communities that improve mental health. CEO of Cotton On, Peter Johnson, expressed his organization’s purpose of making a positive difference in people’s lives and the significant impact this partnership will have on a global scale. The Cotton On foundation has committed to helping 10 million people gain access to mental health services, and they believe that the Born This Way Foundation is a critical partner in achieving this goal. Lady Gaga showed her support by flashing her midriff in a graphic printed crop top.