It hasn't taken Lady Gaga long to slip into bride mode. The singer,who got engaged to boyfriend Taylor Kinney in February, has already been trying on wedding dresses as part of a shoot for CR Fashion Book.
However it appears that the songstress experienced trouble deciding what type of bride she wants to be as she tried out two very different looks.
In one image Gaga opted for conventional white attire - or at least as conventional as one would expect from the Fame Monster. It featured the blonde wearing an elaborate veil teamed with a tiny minidress and inch-adding stilettos. Underneath the Poker Face hitmaker,who is in the habit of showing off her cleavage, donned a racy corset.
Photographer Bruce Weber managed to capture Gaga's darker side as he also snapped her wearing less traditional black. Images show the pop star sporting anIron Maident-shirt teamed with a black veil and a matching tutu.
Meanwhile the 29-year-old completed the look by wearing her platinum locks in messy pigtails.
Gaga, who features on the cover of the magazine's seventh issue, spoke candidly with the publication about turning 30. She said: "As a 29-year-old girl, at this stage in my pop career everybody goes 'Oh she's getting old' and everybody's so worried about having a perfect body, a perfect face, and perfect hair.
"When, you know, actually, legacy and longevity is about having some sort of story and footprint to leave in the world when you die, chasing your talent until you're dead. And that, as an artist, you love your art 'til death.
"It's the antithesis of what I was taught growing up, which is that at this age I would have to fight in order to continue to look young, in order to continue to be trendy. When, you know, I never was trendy. I was always anti-trend." Arguably it's Lady Gaga's 'anti-trend' reputation that has everyone looking forward to her upcoming nuptials tofiancé Taylor Kinney.