Natalie Germanotta Biography, Age, Height and Lady Gaga

Natali Germanotta Biography

Natali Germanotta is an American Fashion Designer known for Being Lady Gaga’s Sister aka Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta who was born on 28th March 1986. Lady Gaga is an international pop artist & multiple Grammy award, winners.

She was the first recording artist in history to have three singles sell over four million copies each on the internet. She also has a penchant for creating outrageous and stark fashion statements through her get-ups.Gaga got engaged to Taylor Kinney in the year 2015, although the pair broke up in the month of July 2016 & there has been little news on their marriage ever since. Natali was the planned maid of Honor at the wedding.

Natali Germanotta Age

Germanotta was born on March 10, 1992, She is 27 years of age as of 2019.

Natali Germanotta Height

The American Stands at a Height of 5 feet 1 inch.

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The female urban legend has often been regarded to as a trailblazer in her career and it was said once that “it is hard to imagine a world where we didn’t have Gaga”. The sexy singer is currently a holder of several top awards in music and even has been recognized by the Fashion Designers of America. Lady Gaga is known for how often she constantly experiments with new musical ideas and images and her unconventional, provocative works and outlandish fashion sense.

Gaga’s first love was the piano so her first instincts were to work hard at the practicing piano. The great female musician was considered a misfit among her peers as she was the eccentric young girl in a well disciplined school. Stefani Joanne Angelina (her birth name) dropped out like many artists did after high school and eventually found her way to a school of the Arts where her skills were nurtured. The Poker Face songstress had been a music performer since her younger days but rose to prominence in 2008 with her highly successful debut The Fame.

Mother Monster (as she is fondly called by her fans) is one out of two siblings and has spent most of her grown-up life juggling between a career in music and in acting but she has a small circle of people who she cares about and they do so in return. Some of these fans are her parents and her sister. This article would be going through their lives and what they have to say about their famous daughter or sister as the case may be. Enjoy this ride.

Natali Germanotta Designs

It’s pretty common knowledge among Little Monsters that Lady Gaga’s sister Natali Germanotta is a budding fashion designer, so it was a foregone conclusion that Gaga would eventually wear one of Nat’s creations. She did just that on (the big) stage, as Lady Gaga wore pink dress with a massive bow designed by her sister, while performing “La Vie En Rose” at the Hollywood Bowl.

As evidenced by Gaga’s tweet, it was one of Natali’s pieces with costume designer Perry Meek. The younger Germanotta and Meek should get a boost, in terms of attention and chatter about their work, thanks to this endorsement from a fashion darling.

The core of the dress, which was a fluffy and feminine pink shade, was elegant, strapless, and of a midi length. It got the extra “oomph” from the massive, satiny bow that tied around Gaga’s waist and which added another train-like layer to the dress.

Bows are Gaga’s thing, although she often wears them in her hair, as opposed to on her body as an accessory.

Gaga wore this incredibly girlish dress with a cascade of thick, Old Hollywood waves. She was all wrapped up like a birthday present but it didn’t look gimmicky. It just looked… Gaga.

If anyone knows what works for Gaga, it’s totally her baby sis, who has been honing her craft as a fashion designer for quite some time now.

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Look up Natali Germanotta on Gagapediayes, there is such a thingand you won’t find much. “Younger sister to Lady Gaga,” it reads before listing bare-bones facts like age (nineteen) and occupation (fashion student at Parsons The New School for Design). In the end, the brief entryfor context, the one on “prosthetic horns” is double in lengthposes more questions than answers. After all, this is Lady Gaga, someone who is not only weirdly famous but famously weird, and the fact that she has a younger sister is almost too much. (Do they veg out on the couch together? Fight over who stole whose Kermit the Frog dress? Is one of them normal?)

But if fans are hoping for Gaga II or the anti-Gaga, it’s clear, within two seconds of meeting her, that Natali’s not interested in playing the part of either. When she arrives at the Teen Vogue offices, her look is neither sensible-cousin-trapped-in-the-Addams-family nor over-the-top fashion freak: Her hair is in a slicked-back ponytail, makeup is minimal (save for dramatic liquid eyeliner), and her outfitfloor-length black skirt, black blazer, black boots, Alexander Wang bagis part of an everyday uniform she calls “witchypoo.”

She has class later that evening and is eager to talk about her course load. When the topic of her sister is brought up, she fields questions in such a matter-of-fact tone that you almost feel silly for asking. (On her sister’s clothes: “Some of the stuff she wears I’d be like, ‘No, never.'” On what she calls Gaga: “Stefi.” On if they talk often: “I mean, not when she’s in Japan and doesn’t have service.”) Still, Natali also has a freak flag she isn’t afraid to fly, which becomes apparent days later, when she brings her pet lizard to the shoot and kisses it on the lips while the crew cringes.

Unlike other younger sisters of pop divas (Jamie Lynn Spears, Ashlee Simpson), Natali, whose sole public appearances have been a blink-and-you-miss-it cameo in last year’s “Telephone” video and this year’s CFDA Fashion Awards, seems keen on forging her own path. She says she was always interested in fashion (and proudly notes that she was considered by friends to be best-dressed in her grade), and by senior year she had designed her graduation gown, an avant-garde number that featured a graduation cap on the sleeve. At that point, she says she decided to forgo a liberal-arts experience in favor of fashion school because “for me, college is less about getting drunk and more about learning what you need for your career.”

Of course, Natali doesn’t exactly need a diploma to gain access to the fashion industry. As this story was going to press, it was reported that the teen was in the running to design the costumes for off-Broadway show Simon Says. A tremendous credential for any young fashion student, but one wonders why she hasn’t just asked her sister to pull some strings for her (at, say, Haus of Gaga, for starters)? “For now I’d like to stay in school,” Natali says, adding that Gaga has occasionally called in favors, like the time she turned a stiletto Natali made for a school project into a shoe-shaped piano she played during a performance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. “I was at my parents’ house sobbing, like, ‘Oh my God,'” she recalls of watching the episode. And she hasn’t ruled out the possibility of working with her sister one day, though perhaps not in the capacity of stylist. “She changes 50 times a day,” she says, exasperated.

Natali, six years her sister’s junior, grew up on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and attended Convent of the Sacred Heart, a private all-girls school. “Ever since we were kids, my parents gave us the freedom to be ourselves,” she says. Like Gaga, Natali excelled in performing and fine arts (“Music wasn’t necessarily her thing, and art wasn’t necessarily my thing,” Natali says), though their narrative differs when it comes to social life. While Gaga has recounted stories of being dumped in garbage cans by classmates, Natali’s memories are somewhat fonder. “I’ll have those friends forever. My sister and I were in different grades with different girls.”

Life has changed since then: In 2008, when Natali was a sophomore, her sister released “Just Dance” and became so megafamous that even tripping on her heel in an airport made headlines. Natali says there were instances when it was impossible to keep a low profile, like when Gaga showed up at her high school graduationheld at a church in the middle of the afternoonin a flesh-colored unitard with rhinestone embellishments and a beekeeper-inspired headpiece replete with black netting. “The teachers were like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t handle this family,'” she recalls. The press slammed Gaga for upstaging her sister on her big day, but Natali says not only did she not mind, it was her idea: “She asked me, ‘Should I dress really conservative and look not like myself, or should I do it over-the-top and freak everybody out?’ And I was like, ‘The latter, definitely the latter.'”

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