Performing at The Grammys
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Date: January 28th 2018 Location: Madison Square Garden (New York City, New York)
Continuing from her red carpet look, Lady Gaga took the stage to perform with producer Mark Ronson in a second custom Giorgio Armani Privé gown - this time an elegant, baby pink creation. Starting with the piano version of Joanne, Lady Gaga then transitioned into Million Reasons ending by laying against angel wings across her piano.
Armani described her look as a "rose gown embellished with clusters of light pink and crystal beading and paillettes. It also featured billowing sleeves and prolonged pieces of pleated tulle that form a train."
To complete her look, Lady Gaga wore barely-there silver heels from Stuart Weitzman - a pair she has worn several times before. The shoes are Weitzman's "Nudist" which have become an iconic design and celebrity favorite. Worn throughout the Cheek to Cheek tour (see left image) and much more, this silver variation is no longer sold through Stuart Weitzman however they are available through ShopBop for $385 here.
Finally, Lady Gaga changed into a pair of pink-toned earrings from Le Vian Jewelry. Le Vian was founded in 1950 and has since been apart of hundreds of red carpet moments each year for many of Hollywood's hottest celebrities.
Lady Gaga's earrings are the "Peach Morganite earrings" which feature 29 total carats of peach morganite with just under 1 carat of nude diamonds set in 18k Strawberry Gold®. The earrings are not listed on their website but a similar pair is without a price.
BONUS: Lady Gaga's stage set was designed by Marla Weinhoff of the Haus of Gaga and created by CreativeNYC and Izquierdo Studio. Check out some behind the scenes photos of the angel wing piano before and the process of creating it below!
By Terran Warden