Date: June 23rd 2018 Location: Wolftrap Farm (Vienna, Virginia)
Surprising the crowd at Tony Bennett's concert, Lady Gaga joined the legendary jazz singer on stage to perform several tracks together off of their collaboration album Cheek to Cheek. For the occasion, Lady Gaga wore a beautiful black gown with simple accessories for one of my favorite jazz looks she's worn! She later updated her Instagram and Twitter with some amazing photos taken backstage.
Lady Gaga's gown is look 36 from Oscar de la Renta's Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection, created by Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia after de la Renta's passing in 2016. Designed in de la Renta's style of making women look beautiful not directional or edgy, the collection combines the familiar fit-and-flare silhouettes of de la Renta's party dresses, but the sheer lace bodices throughout the collection speak to a younger generation.
Lady Gaga's dress is an amazing example of that made with a strapless black lace bodice with a deep plunging neckline and finished with tiers of matching black tulle. Unfortunately, the dress is not yet available for purchase online.
As for her shoes, Lady Gaga is wearing a pair of black pointy toe pumps from Christian Louboutin - as a Louboutin worshipper, I would recognize them anywhere! But from the limited shots of the shoes we have, it is unclear whether they are Pigalles or So Kates.
To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga started with gold earrings from designer Ana Khouri. Khouri took to their Instagram story to announce the beautiful design were theirs, see left. The earrings were declared to be the 18 karat gold "Maria" earrings but I cannot find them for sale anywhere however the "Maria" ring is available for purchase and made with a matching gold feather-like design.
To finish her look, Lady Gaga added satin gloves from Cornelia James. Cornelia James is a longtime glove manufacturer who have been appointed to Her Majesty the Queen herself! Lady Gaga specifically wore their opera length "Hermione - Dutchess Satin" gloves available for 75 euros, also in colors ivory, champagne, and midnight blue, for 75 euros here.
By Terran Warden