- By Terran
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Date: February 10th 2019 Location: Staples Center (Los Angeles, California)
After winning three GRAMMY awards and taking the stage to perform "Shallow" for the very first time on TV, Lady Gaga changed looks once again for the rest of the ceremony. She was in the audience for her nominations Song of the Year and Record of the Year which went to Childish Gambino's "This Is America."
Sticking with her red carpet theme, Lady Gaga continued to wear Celine by Hedi Slimane.
From his debut collection with the fashion house, Lady Gaga wore a studded shirt from look 82 of the Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection. The front and back of the shirt is completely covered in silver-studs while the shoulders and sides are kept black with structured shoulder pads that go outwards rather than upwards.
She also wore a black beret with a small mesh veil from look 1 of the same Celine Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection. Looking closely, the mesh veil features small decoration from black crystals keeping it elegant yet fresh.
Unfortunately, I have not found any of the Celine collection available for purchase online (outside of handbags and other small leather goods).
Next, Lady Gaga wore black panties and fishnet stockings instead of pants - definitely bringing back true GAGA style! Much of the panties are covered by her Celine shirt so I have not tracked them down yet. But her fishnets appear to be her go-to pair from Wolford. These micro-net tights have a seamless finish for comfort and net ends at the toes making them perfect for open-toe shoes. They are available for $53 here.
Finally, Lady Gaga wore her custom Giuseppe Zanotti heels from the Golden Globes in black leather instead of the metallic silver. According to Footwear News, the shoes are a whopping seven inches tall with the large platform and heel! Speaking with Footwear News, Zanotti said the shoes took one month to create; however, he didn’t have to start from scratch, having made shoes for the star in the past.
"She always gives very specific guidelines and requires shoes to be comfortable and wearable” he said. As to how to actually walk in these towering heels, Zanotti was at a loss. “I have no idea, you should definitely ask her. She is a superhero."
By Terran Warden