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Andre Van Pier celebrity designer chic guru Beauty & Creative art consultant for Motion Pictures, Television and Print media who's Futuristic Couture, "Alien Technology" and Space Age Fashions are being featured in "Alien Rock" sensational new book and most recent the haute chic Petal Metal Futuristic couture dress for a world wide cyber space couture publicity campaing for HSBC London's banking giant yourpointofview.com
Would you wear a pair of shoes that cost $3,000? What about a $25,000 suit or a $150,000 evening gown to look like a movie star or rock star? How about $1,000 24 karat gold eye drops for longevity?
Welcome to the world of "Space Age" haute couture, the apex of the fashion industry celebrated futuristic rock couture. Fashion and Music ‘Alien Rock”
Michael C. Luckman's controversial book, "Alien Rock: The Rock 'n' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection" (VH1 and Pocket Books), which claims that many pop icons such as Mick Jagger and David Bowie had close encounters with alien spaceships, is currently all the rage among celebrities, including Bono, Matthew McConaughey, Penelope Cruz, Angela Bowie, Steven Spielberg, and Pete Bennett, legendary promotion manager for the Beatles.
The book in fact is having such a huge impact in celebrity circles in Hollywood, New York and London that Madonna reportedly is ready to transform herself into a space goddess for her forthcoming concert tour and make a surprise landing in a spectacular flying saucer. The saucer will be based on the "Alien Rock"-style giagantic disco ball spaceship that celebrity fashion guru Andre Van Pier designed for his out-of-this-world New Year's Eve Disco Ball in South Beach.
Van Pier, who is also a creative conceptual artist, beauty and fashion consultant for major cosmetic giants, hollywod stars as well as the rich, the powerfull and famous, is featured prominently in several chapters in Luckman's book.
He designed Madonna's gold tap pants and fishnet see-thru body suit for her scandalous coffee table book, "Sex;" the "Like a Virgin" bustier and white lace lingerie for Madonna's "Like a Virgin" tour; and the Material Mom's sleek lapiz blue futuristic couture dress photographed by Patrick DeMarchelier for a Cosmo Girl layout in Cosmopolitan magazine.
Bono's latest mission, meanwhile, is to contact extraterrestrial "space chicks" and is eyeing Van Pier futuristic designs for U2 makeover in keeping with the theme of "Alien Rock," saying that Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones waited much too long to reinvent themselves and consequently "looked antiquated."
Bono was stunned to see Van Pier put precious $1,000 an ounce gold drops into his eyes at La Botega restaurant in New York's Chelsea district.
Van Pier explained that--as reported in Luckman's book--aliens commonly injested white gold powder to conquer disease and to dramatically extend their lives, possibly for hundreds of years.
While dining on $48 cheeseburgers and champagne at adjacent tables at Ferdis, the celebrity haunt in Paris, Cruz