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    1. American Horror Story: Hotel - Killer Glove [caption id=attachment_778" align="alignright" width="277] Click to enlarge.[/caption] Lady Gaga’s character on American Horror Story kills her victims to drink their blood with her razor-sharp glove. Lady Gaga’s glove is a custom one-of-a-kind creation by Michael Schmidt. Michael Schmidt was hired to create “an elegant glove befitting a chic immortal, but also with a rock ‘n’ roll flair” by Ryan Murphy (show creator) and Lou Eyrich (costume designer). Watch Michael Schmidt’s video of Lady Gaga’s glove
    2. Date: September 5th 2015 Location: Los Angeles, CA [caption id=attachment_1137" align="alignright" width="52] Click to enlarge.[/caption] Lady Gaga took to Instagram between shots of filming American Horror Story: Hotel to show her admiration for the "vintage" gown she wore to shoot. Lady Gaga's dress comes from Givenchy, the Resort 2013 collection. It is no longer available to purchase which has made Lady Gaga's an archival piece despite only being from two years ago. To finish off the look, Lady Gaga wore one of her favorite pairs of sunglasses - custom "Drew" shades from RetroSuperFuture. Despite Lady Gaga's shades being in a custom red color, the same frame in 27 different colors and patterns is available here You can find all Lady Gaga's Instagram Post in chronological order here.
    3. [caption id=attachment_1593" align="alignright" width="60] Click to enlarge.[/caption] Date: September 4th 2015 Magazine: Entertainment Weekly Photographer: Michael Avedon In preparation for the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel, Lady Gaga graced the cover of Entertainment Weekly with a photoshoot as her character “The Countess”. Along with her killer glove, literally (she uses the glove to kill), Lady Gaga wore a 1992 Fall/Winter gown by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel completed with a beautiful lace collar to complete her character’s look. Lady Gaga’s collar comes from a New Zealand based company, Forge Fashion. Forge Fashion is currently updating their online store, that you can see here. Until their online store is up and running, Forge is using the website Etsy. You can get Lady Gaga’s “Victorian Red Lace Collar” ($95) on Etsy here and it should be available on their website soon! Last, Lady Gaga wore an intricate silver necklace by designer Drew Ginsburg's Dylanex. Lady Gaga's piece is the "Falkor" necklace that was sold for $980 but is now sold out and can only be purchased through private transactions by contacting the designer himself. See more photos from Lady Gaga's photo shoot by Michael Avedon here.
    4. Date: 13th August 2015 Location: Malibu [caption id=attachment_467" align="alignright" width="258] Click to enlarge.[/caption] Lady Gaga took to Instagram to thank Awon Golding for her beautiful new hat while in Malibu. Later that day, Lady Gaga went to Beverly Hills for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Annual Grants Banquet. Lady Gaga’s Awon Golding Hat, Voila from his AW 15 collection (460 euros) is available here. You can find Lady Gaga’s Instagram pictures here.
    5. Date: 2nd February 2015 Location: Chicago, NY. [caption id=attachment_463" align="alignright" width="300] Click to enlarge.[/caption] A favorite of Lady Gaga, as well as one of mine (I own a pair), comes from Le Specs with their “Neo Noir” frames. The frames are available in 4 different colors/patterns but black is Lady Gaga’s go-to. Gaga has been seen wearing them in Seattle (with one of my bestfriends, mywaitisu), New York City, and more! Le Specs “Neo Noir” ($59.95) are available here. You can find high quality candids here.
    6. Date: February 18th 2009 Location: Earl's Court Exhibition Centre (London, United Kingdom) The 29th edition of the British Phonographic Industry's annual awards show, The BRIT Awards, was held February 18th and was Lady Gaga's first award ceremony! While she was not nominated for any awards, Lady Gaga performed a medley with the Pet Shop Boys and Brandon Flowers, of The Killers. In the medley, Lady Gaga performed during the "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" and "West End Girls" portions. The Pet Shop Boys needed a "wonderful young singer" to sing her parts of the medley and when they heard "Just Dance" they decided that they would approach Lady Gaga to perform with them. After performing in a full Haus of Gaga look, Lady Gaga posed in the press room alongside The Pet Shop Boys in a memorable The Fame era look. Matching her lipstick to her dress, Lady Gaga wore a bright pink and highly structured dress from Bernard Chandran's Spring Summer 2009 collection. Chandran is a Malaysian fashion designer who has designed for royalty earning him the title Malaysia's "Prince of Fashion." Chandran is also a Malaysian television personality known as the chief designer of the reality television show Project Runway Malaysia. Lady Gaga's dress is look 31 of the collection which is now vintage and no longer available for purchase. To finish her look, Lady Gaga wore a pair of open-toe booties from Jimmy Choo. Brand new at the time, the pixelated leather booties are the "Pisa" with a Mondrian heel. They were sold for $1,195 but are no longer crafted by Jimmy Choo. Finally, Lady Gaga accessorized with an unidentifiable pair of sunglasses, crystal earrings, and large bracelets. For the after party, Lady Gaga added her iconic The Fame era hair bow and changed her accessories. First, Lady Gaga added a clutch purse also from Jimmy Choo. The clutch was the "Uma" in black leather which was once sold for $575 but is no longer available. Second, Lady Gaga switched into a round pair of black sunglasses from Balenciaga - you may recognize the pair as they were worn numerously throughout The Fame era. The Balenciaga frames are the 0006-s in black (pictured left in white frames) which are again, unfortunately not available currently. The full performance alongside The Pet Shop Boys and Brandon Flowers is available on YouTube here. By Terran Warden