Lady Gaga On Her Glamorous Collaboration With Dom Pérignon

Lady Gaga On Her Glamorous Collaboration With Dom Pérignon

Gaga was particularly interested to learn that the brand’s namesake, Benedictine monk Dom Pierre Pérignon, lent the house not only his name, but his ideals. The motto of the Benedictine Order is Ora et Labora (“pray and work”), a maxim that underlies the spiritual elevation and profound purpose that can come with a Zen-like dedication to one’s craft. 

Gaga subscribes to similar beliefs, believing that adhering to an unwavering work ethic is necessary before relishing the joy of creative freedom. “Creative freedom is something that you have to earn, in a way; you have to work at it. It has to be a discipline in something that you practise,” she says. “Creative freedom blossoms when we share our creativity with others. Otherwise we start to create in a vacuum.”

The musician described director Knight as a force of nature, and embraced his vision for Dom Pérignon’s future as a “Queendom”, something that reflects the brand’s evolution. “This idea of Queendom was something that we all came up with together,” says Gaga. “For me, it was a response to those who used to say that Dom Pérignon is the champagne of kings, and I said, ‘Well, next year it’s going to be the champagne of queens.’ I am all about dismantling systems that do not serve us, systems that caused suffering. The patriarchy gave birth to the idea that the kingdom was the greatest ‘dom’ of all. So here we declare the Queendom.”

Gaga’s collaboration with Dom Pérignon is an empowering reflection of the importance of working together, and of the values they share. “What is true freedom, true liberation to me, I believe, would be when humanity finds a new gravity of love—when we learn to live in a way that we have not lived yet,” she says.

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