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      Leaving Madison Square Garden

      Date: January 29th 2018 Location: Madison Square Garden (New York City, New York)
      After recording a performance for Elton John's I'm Still Standing Grammy Salute concert (set to air April 10th), Lady Gaga was spotted in a full sequin look with special glasses in tribute to Sir Elton himself. The look made fans reminisce about ARTPOP and I've got the details!
      From top to bottom, Lady Gaga started with a custom pair of sunglasses from A-morir. A-morir is a sunglasses company founded by Kerin Rose Gold that has been worn by Lady Gaga dozens of times!
      The sunglasses are made with a one-of-a-kind wire frame to mimic Elton's glasses on Top of the Pops in 1974 (see left) with pink toned lenses and silver crystal frames.
      Lady Gaga's outfit is the Gen X Suit from Any Old Iron. Any Old Iron was created by British designer/stylist, Andrew Clancey and arts-entrepreneur, Christopher Melton in lower Manhattan. Based in Nashville now, Any Old Iron is known for avant garde high end British-style apparel.
      The Gen X Suit is made of split panels with no two suits alike! This explains why Lady Gaga's suit is slightly different than Any Old Iron's photos. Styled as a longer, more relaxed jacket, the suit is lined with satin and the pants are fitted to the leg then flared. The suit is available for $1,800 here and can be made as separate pieces or customized by emailing [email protected]
      Underneath, Lady Gaga wore a plain black t-shirt. 
      Finally, Lady Gaga finished her look with sky-high black heels from Pleaser. They are only slightly visible underneath the flared end of her suit pants but the distinct platform makes them identifiable. The heels are the Xtreme-1020 ankle boots with an eight inch heel in patent black leather. They're available for purchase through Amazon for $91 to $212 depending on size and seller here.
      Check out dozens of HQ photos in our gallery here.
      By Terran Warden

      Leaving New York City Hotel

      Date: January 29th 2018 Location: New York City, New York
      After attending The Grammys in New York City, Lady Gaga was spotted by fans leaving her hotel to film an Elton John tribute concert at Madison Square Garden. LG recently listed her penthouse apartment for sale which is why she was staying at a hotel while in town.
      For her outing, Lady Gaga wore a full look from Versace's Spring Summer 2018 Tribute collection which celebrated the life and works of founder Gianni Versace. From look 56, the long sleeved dress is made with bright green and bright blue with decorative baroque print edges and a pop-art style print of Elton John across the chest.
      Gianni was friends with Elton and created the print design in Spring 1991 - see left image.
      The outfit, on the runway and on Lady Gaga, comes complete with matching blue tights accented with the same baroque print and a pair of sandals that perfectly blends into the tights for a seamless finish. Lady Gaga however opted to not wear the purple belt as the runway was styled.
      To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga wore a unique pair of blinged out sunglasses from A-morir. A-morir is a uniquely glamorous and edgy sunglasses company founded by Kerin Rose Gold and worn by Lady Gaga since the early days of her career. This time, Lady Gaga wore the "Bootsy" frames made with black and silver crystals.
      The sunglasses are an older design but were announced on A-morir's Instagram post (see left) to be re-released in a 10th anniversary collection coming soon!
      She completed her look with gold hoop earrings - a large hoop on her right side and a small hoop on her left. I have not identified the jewelry designer but if you have a tip, tweet it to us @WhatGagaWore.
      The Elton John Grammy Salute concert is set to air April 10th. Check out all the HQ photos through our gallery here.
      By Terran Warden

      Performing at The Grammys

      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.
      Check out HQ photos from the performance in our gallery here. And catch her performance here.
      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

      The Grammys Red Carpet

      Date: January 28th 2018 Location: Madison Square Garden (New York City, New York)
      Taking a break from the final dates of her Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga went back to New York City to attend the 60th Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden. For her arrival, Lady Gaga wore an exquisite black bodysuit and skirt that she later showcased on Instagram and re-styled to be in the audience of the show.
      A custom piece from Giorgio Armani Privé, Lady Gaga wore a long sleeve bodysuit covered in black lace and embellished with black crystals and structured shoulders. Attached around her waist, Lady Gaga wore a glittering silk wrap skirt that exposed her right leg and ended with a full train.
      Lady Gaga later removed the skirt and added a wide brim hat to transform the look. Her wide brim hat, made with matching black lace was a custom creation from Stephen Jones Millinery - the first time I have seen her collaborate with the designer.
      For her shoes, Lady Gaga wore a pair of ankle boot heels from Pleaser - a favorite of both hers and mine. She appears to be wearing their "Xtreme 2010 Boot" in custom black satin. The customization was done by Andre No. 1 Shoes & Apparel who also created many of her Joanne World Tour shoes.
      The original black patent version of the 8 inch heels are available through Amazon for $91 to $213, depending on size and seller, here. Unfortunately, Lady Gaga's satin version are not available for purchase.
      For her accessories, Lady Gaga wore over 300 carats of black diamonds from celebrity jeweler Lorraine Schwartz, mainly through a pair of large chandelier earrings. Her other black diamonds were used in a unique two-stone upper knuckle ring and a black snake-like ring both worn on her right hand.
      Her designs are only available to clients by private appointments in New York City. Appointments and information can be found by emailing [email protected]
      Check out more than 150 UHQ photos of Lady Gaga attending The Grammys red carpet here.
      BONUS: Lady Gaga's makeup artist Sarah Tanno revealed all the details behind Lady Gaga's look on Instagram! As a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty, Lady Gaga's look was created entirely using Marc Beauty and was inspired by "a dark starry night. Romantic and striking to compliment the gorgeous #ArmaniPrivé creation."
      For her face, Sarah started with the new "Shameless" Foundation which will be available online starting February 9th. Using shade Y270, the foundation is an innovation with invisible SPF and a self-setting finish. Next, Sarah "put a soft veil of blushon her cheeks" using the "Airblush Soft Glow Duo" in Kink & Kisses or shade 504, available for $42 here.
      Finally, Sarah added a tap of highlighter to the "high points of skin for a sheer elegant glow." To do so, she used the "Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter" available in one shade only for $44 here.
      Next, Sarah created heavily rimmed smoky (and glittery) eyes. Starting with lined eyes using the "Highliner Gel Eye Crayon" in Blacquer  that were blended all over the lid, Sarah winged the shape to a sharp point using "Magic Marc’er" waterproof liquid eyeliner in Blaquer. The Highliner is available for $25 here and the Magic Marc'er is available for $30 here.
      For her eyeshadow, Sarah started by blending the peach toned eyeshadow from the Glambition "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" all the way to the brow bone. She then used the sparkly black eyeshadow from the Edgitorial "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" to blend the transition from her eyeliner. Both palettes are available for $49 each here.
      Sarah then added a loose silver glitter to make her eyes extra sparkly which Marc Beauty does not make and added a few coats of their favorite "Velvet Noir" Major Volume mascara. The mascara is available for $26 here.
      Finally, for her lips Sarah first used "(P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil" in the rosy nude shade Prim(rose) or 304. The liner is available for $24 here. She then finished using "Le Marc" lipstick in Cream & Sugar. The lipstick is only available in a travel set which is available with a matching lip liner and lip gloss for $24 here.
      BONUS: Frederic Aspiras, Lady Gaga's hair artist, also revealed step by step instructions on how he created Lady Gaga's "Victorian inspired" corset braids. Partnering with John Frieda, Freddy used four different products. Click on each product for the store locator to find a retailer near you (prices listed using Target.com).
      Step 1: Start by spraying John Freida Luxurious Volume Hydration Detangling Mist throughout the hair to comb out any tangles.
      Step 2: Apply John Frieda Luxurious Volume Perfectly Full Mousse to give the hair volume and texture before creating a center part, and blow drying with a diffuser to set the hair.
      Step 3: While braiding both sides, apply John Frieda Frizz Ease Clearly Defined Gel ($5.09) to control and maintain smoothness of the two side braids.
      Step 4: Braid all the way down and tie the ends with a clear elastic. Then, weave the corset.
      Step 5: Finish and hold the style by spraying Luxurious Volume Forever Full Hairspray ($6.59)
      BONUS: Lady Gaga kept her nails short and simple with a black manicure from Naomi Yasuda. Naomi used Red Carpet Manicure's LED Gel Polish in "Black Stretch Limo" which is available for only $10 here. However, a gel polish LED kit is required to use the polish.
      By Terran Warden

      Instagram Updates

      Date: January 27th 2018 Location: New York City, New York
      Spending "pre-Grammy night" in the city, Lady Gaga took to Instagram to document how honored she was to be singing from Joanne. "This album and this moment with little monsters means so much to me." Lucky for us, Lady Gaga credited the designers she wore!
      She was later spotted by paparazzi out in New York City with Christian Carino in the same look.
      From top to bottom, Lady Gaga started with a large pair of sparkly glasses. Lady Gaga's glasses are from Sospiri Eyewear - Ottica Veneta's signature line which was founded in 2002. Their frames are defined by their use of Australian crystals, light metals, Italian acetates, and unique artistic embellishments.
      Shoutout to Sospiri for reposting the photo on their Instagram and Oprah who wears their frames frequently.
      Her frames are the "Vera" in gradient taupe and brown frames with rose gold crystals around the eyes and across the arms. The glasses are available in a variety of colors and lenses but the clear lenses Lady Gaga wore are not one of them. Their frames are not available to purchase online and are hard to access with private registration required to view their catalogue. Store locations worldwide can be found on their website here.
      Next, Lady Gaga wore a striking blue trench coat from Dion Lee. Lee is an Australian designer known for clean tailoring injected with a technical-sport edge. The double breasted jacket is look 14 from the Resort 2018 collection made with bright plastic like an upgraded rain coat. Unfortunately, the jacket is not available for purchase currently and was not included in the M'oda Operandi trunk sale of the collection.
      Underneath her coat, Lady Gaga wore a long mustard yellow dress from Concepto with a row of silver buckle designs going down the back. See left for a super detail shot! The dress is the form-fitting "Maissoun Dress" which also features seamless paneling along the front to enhance the silhouette. The dress is available for 523 euros here.
      Finally, Lady Gaga ended her look with a pair of metallic silver boots - another pair added to her collection of ankle booties. When she first posted the photo she credited them as Stuart Weitzman but later changed her caption to credit Mistress Rocks. The boots are their Silver Mirror "Mercury" ankle boots made with an incredible mirror shine vegan leather.
      I am in love with the boots are fortunately they are available for purchase for only $124 here!
      Check out dozens of HQ photos from her sighting in New York City through our gallery here.
      By Terran Warden

      Leaving Amsterdam Hotel

      Date: January 22nd 2018 Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
      After taking the stage in Amsterdam, Lady Gaga spent time in the Netherlands before traveling to Antwerp, Belgium for the next date on the Joanne World Tour. While leaving her hotel to head for Belgium, Lady Gaga stopped to meet several fans waiting outside.
      Thankfully, the selfies with fans reveal most of her look for the day. From top to bottom, she started with her black Bianca hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery. Lady Gaga has had her hat customized with a black leather band instead of black grosgrain which Gladys Tamex refers to as the "John Wayne" as she wears the hat while performing the song on tour.
      The hat, with the original band, is available in black as well as white, red, and more for $620 here.
      Next, Lady Gaga wore delicate round sunglasses from Saint Laurent - one of her absolute favs! Along the legs of the glasses, "SAINT LAURENT" can be seen etched into the metal. The glasses are the now sold-out "Classic SL 136 Zero" with antique gold metal frames and brown tinted lenses. Thankfully for us, the frames are still available in a limited supply at Saks Fifth Avenue for $405 here.
      Finally, Lady Gaga wore a knitted hoodie from Canada Goose, again distinguishable by the black leather logo on her left bicep. The "Cassidy Hoodie" provides an elevated twist on go-to hoodies as a heavy knit that softly drapes against the body. Ultra-warm Merino wool is complemented by Thermal Mapping® technology under the arms, which offers natural coolness and breathability in areas where it’s needed most. Clean, tubular details at the hem and cuffs lend contemporary sophistication to an everyday essential.
      Get your own Cassidy Hoodie for $450 here.
      By Terran Warden

      Leaving Amsterdam Hotel

      Date: January 21st 2018 Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
      Spending time in one of the cities she loves - she wrote "Mary Jane Holland" on ARTPOP about it - Lady Gaga was spotted by fans leaving her hotel in Amsterdam. She was not spotted later so it is unclear where she went for the night... but for the trip LG wore a killer leather jacket with loads of vintage accessories.
      To start, Lady Gaga was spotted in a pair of vintage sunglasses. The rimless shades are the "Rebel 1" from BAD BOY, manufactured back in the 1990's which she picked up at Zipper Vintage Clothing in Amsterdam - shoutout to Zipper Vintage for commenting about it on my Instagram posts! The 53mm square lenses feature thick gold metal etched with "BAD BOY" to connect the frames. LG's pair are made with what appears to be black lenses and tortoise shell acetate which are surprisingly available for $30 through Sunglass Museum here.
      As for her jewelry, Lady Gaga wore dangling black suede earrings and a multiple strand black and white pearl necklace. Zipper Vintage Clothing posted photos of the jewelry and told me they sadly have no clues as to who designed the pieces. Both her necklace and earrings are between ten and thirty years old and were discovered in their searches through the states.
      For her outfit, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing a black t-shirt with a studded leather jacket. Her t-shirt is unidentifiable from the photos but her jacket is from Saint Laurent's Men's Spring 2016 collection. She's worn the jacket several times before including her Snapchat story on Halloween (see our post on the look here.)
      The "Classic Studded Motorcycle Jacket In Black Leather And Silver-Toned Metal" featured YSL's classic 3 zip pockets, snap closure flap pocket, waistband with belt loops and zip cuffs but decorated with studs throughout. The jacket was last seen for sale for $5,990 but is no longer available.
      By Terran Warden
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