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Vanity Fair Fails to Credit Stylist Nicola Formichetti for Gaga Story

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Looks like uber-stylist Nicole Formichetti, the man responsible for creating the fashion force that is Lady Gaga (he's also the fashion director of Vogue Hommes Japan) has been shirked by Vanity Fair. Formichetti took to Twitter to air his grievances over not being credited for all his work styling the much-publicized cover and inside spread featuring Gaga—the grey-lady look that's garnered the magazine so much attention in the press over the past few weeks.
· @formichetti [Twitter]