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    1. Date: June 22nd 2017 Location: Montauk, New York While vacationing along the New York coast, Lady Gaga and her (rumored) new boyfriend Christian Carino went for a walk through the woods. Leave it to Lady Gaga to be dressed to the nines for such an ordinary event. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga started with a pair of "Round Metal" Ray-Ban sunglasses. Lady Gaga's pair feature a gold metal frame with Ray-Ban's Green Classic G-15 lenses. However, the sunglasses come in 7 different color options and are also customizable. Get your own pair for $150 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a top and skirt from designer Rachel Comey. Comey is a New York City based designer known for artful custom textiles, graceful modern silhouettes, and covetable footwear. Comey took to Instagram to announce Lady Gaga's outfit and which collections the pieces were from. Lady Gaga's top is the "Crush top" in black cotton from the Spring/Summer 2017 collection. The top is on sale for $109 (originally $219) here. Lady Gaga's skirt is he "Mutinous Skirt" in black polyester from the Pre-Fall 2017 collection. The skirt is available for $426 here. Finally, Lady Gaga finished her outfit with a pair of heels from my favorite shoe designer; Christian Louboutin. Lady Gaga's pair are Louboutin's signature heels, the Pigalle. The Pigalle heels are available in a variety of heights and colors, but Lady Gaga's 120mm Nude Patent Leather pair are available for $675 here. Check out more HQ photos here. By Terran Warden
    2. Date: June 21st 2017 Location: Long Island, New York After spending time in the Hamptons, Lady Gaga and her new man Christian Carino continued their well-deserved vacation in Long Island where Lady Gaga was spotted heading to a restaurant in a casual look by Gucci. First, Lady Gaga wore "Round Metal" sunglasses from Ray-Ban. Her pair of these timeless shades are made with a gold frame and Green Classic G-15 lenses. They are available for $150 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore the "Corsage Print Silk Shirt" from Gucci. You may remember she wore this shirt previously while rehearsing for her SuperBowl Halftime Show (see left). The shirt is available for $2,200 here. Matching pants (previously worn by Lady Gaga), dresses, tshirts, and more are also available by Gucci using the same fabric. To accessorize her shirt, Lady Gaga added Gucci's "Web Grosgrain Bow Brooch" on her right side. The brooch is available for $370 here. We have yet to track down her heels. If you know or have a hint, send us a tweet at @whatgagawore! Check out more photos of Lady Gaga in Long Island here. By Terran Warden
    3. Date: June 18th 2017 Location: New York City After wrapping up filming on "A Star Is Born" in New York City, Lady Gaga took a surprise trip to New York City to spend Father's Day with her family. Lady Gaga updated her Instagram Story captioned "Vacation" but shortly deleted both Boomerangs, assumingly to keep her trip focused on her family and not on her fans. In her Instagram Story, Lady Gaga wore look 24 from George Keburia's Fall/Winter 2017-2018 collection. Keburia is a self-taught designer who's label was founded recently in 2010. Thank you George for posting about the look on Instagram! Unfortunately, only a limited number of Keburia designs are available for purchase online and this dress is not one of them. Lady Gaga can also be briefly seen wearing short black boots, but the quality is too low to distinguish them. Unlike many of her shoes, the heels do not appear to be sky high. A few fans captured her posts. They can be watched here and here. By Terran Warden
    4. Date: June 16th 2017 Location: California (exact location unknown) Several hours after visiting Starbucks, Lady Gaga updated her Snapchat story visiting an unknown house somewhere in California. While I haven't tracked down the location (or the reason for her visit), I have tracked down her look and, once again, it's from Saint Laurent. Layering Saint Laurent looks, Lady Gaga starts with a printed shirt with a bow-like collar. Her shirt is specifically the "Signature Lavalliere Blouse in Beige and Black Babycat Printed Silk Georgette" available for $1,850 here. On top of her "babycat" printed shirt, Lady Gaga wore Saint Laurent's "Fringed Leather Vest" in soft black leather. Lady Gaga has worn the vest before including on her Instagram back in December 2016. The vest was previously available through outside retailers, like Net-A-Porter for $4,590, but it is now sold-out. Finally, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing black jeans. The video quality is low but based off the rest of her outfit, I believe the jeans are Saint Laurent's "Original Low Waisted Skinny Jean in Black Rinse Stretch Denim" which she has also worn before. They're available for $650 a pair here. Lady Gaga also posted a video in the car putting her sunglasses on but with the low quality of the video and angle, I have not been able to recognize them. Be sure to add Lady Gaga on Snapchat, with username "ladygaga," to never miss an update. By Terran Warden
    5. Date: June 16th 2017 Location: Los Angeles, California To promote her partnership with Starbucks for The Born This Way Foundation, Lady Gaga visited a Starbucks in Los Angeles to work as a guest barista. The Cups of Kindness collection features four different drinks that Lady Gaga bought for customers in the store and helped make. Starbucks is donating 25 cents with each drink from June 13th through June 20th. The trip was documented on Lady Gaga's Instagram and Snapchat as well as the Haus of Gaga's Snapchat stories. For her visit, Lady Gaga started with a pair of glasses from New Zealand based Karen Walker. Lady Gaga's pair are the "Disco Circus Pink" from the Eyeshadow collection. The website describes the delicate, barely-there sunglasses as seen on Lorde and Lady Gaga. They are available for $209.59 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a Gucci dress fresh off the runway. From the Prefall 2017 Ready-To-Wear collection, Lady Gaga's "Rose Print Silk Dress" is made of 100% silk with a contrasting yellow neck bow. The dress is available for $3,980 here. And finally, Lady Gaga finished her look with sky-high heels also from Gucci. Lady Gaga's heels are their "Leather Platform Pump," a signature look of the brand, in nude leather. They feature a 2.5 inch platform and 6 inch heel and are available for $1,100 here. By Terran Warden
    6. Date: May 13th 2017 Location: New York City/flight to New York City As part of A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga travelled to the Big Apple to film a performance scene on the Saturday Night Live stage. The actually filming was heavily guarded with no leaked photos or videos but Lady Gaga documented her travels on Instagram. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga wore large sunglasses from Gucci. The 55mm "Oversized Bat Sunglasses" feature an engraved trim with a signature Gucci logo along the sides. They were sold for around $1200 but are no longer available for purchase. There are however several retailers online selling the glasses, but I have not heard of or made any purchases on any of the sites before. Next, Lady Gaga wore a top and bottoms from NiNA TiARi. Nina Tiari is a recent graduate of Parsons, New School for Design, who debuted her first collection inspired by the determination and strength of a woman at the February 2017 New York Fashion Week. Lady Gaga's outfit comes from Tiari's debut AW 2017 collection and is now available for purchase! Lady Gaga's top is the "Bowie Jacket" in a 100% cotton patchwork denim with striped lining. The jacket is available in multiple sizes for $1,200 here. Lady Gaga's bottoms are the "Stevie Pants" inspired by the strength and effervescence of Stevie Nicks. They are available for purchase but unfortunately the red version has sold out. The pants are now only avaailable in black silk for $1,200 here. Finally, Lady Gaga can be seen holding a purse also from Gucci. The purse is Gucci's "Nymphaea" which is available in many designs and colors throughout many collections of Gucci. This version of the bag features the same bamboo handle with cream pearl details but the bag is further enhanced with a crystal embroidered tiger appliqué. The "Nymphaea Medium Top Handle Bag" with the tiger design is available for $3,900 here. A Star Is Born is set to be released October 2018. By Terran Warden
    7. Date: April 22nd 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) During "Telephone" at her second weekend headlining Coachella, Lady Gaga changed into a different jacket before changing into another hoodie. Her new jacket was only in the show for a few minutes but is beautiful. Lady Gaga's jacket is fresh off the Maison the Faux 2017 runway as part of their "Fauz Cosmetics" collection. The jacket is not yet available for purchase but purchases can be made through [email protected] The designer took to Instagram to post about Lady Gaga in their jacket captioning it #dreamcometrue. To finish off her look, Lady Gaga stayed in the same knee-high boots from Ellie Shoes. The boots are the “Savannah” PH420 in patent leather from their Penthouse collection. The boots are available directly through Ellie Shoes with an account here, but they are available in different sizes through different retailers on sites like Instagram for around $100. BONUS: Lady Gaga’s makeup artist Sarah Tanno spoke with Refinery29 and described Lady Gaga’s entire look for the second show. Sarah is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty so all of Lady Gaga’s products come from Marc Jacobs. For her face, Sarah used: The new “Dew Drops” Coconut Gel Highlighter Primer, available for $44 here. Re(Marc)able Full Cover Foundation in Beige Medium with peach undertones, available for $55 here. Re(Marc)able Full Cover Concealer in “Alive”, available for $32, here. #InstaMarc Light Filtering Countour Powder in “Dream 20”, available for $49 here. Shameless Bold Blush Powder in “Rebellious 216”, available for $30 here. For her brows, Sarah used: Brow Wow Defining Longwear Pencil in “Ash Brown 4”, available for $25 here. Brow Tamer Grooming Gel, available for $24 here. For her eyes, Sarah used: Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in “Lollipop 86” for her undereye, available for $25 here. Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in “Blacquer” in her waterline and outer top eyelid, available for $25 here. Style Eye-Con No. 7 Plush Eyeshadow “The Dreamer 212” palette, using the peach eyeshadow (furthest right). Available for $59, here. Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, available for $26 here. For her lips, Sarah used: (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in “Primrose 304”, available for $24 here. Le Marc Liquid Lip Crème in “Shush Blush 456”, available for $28 here. Lady Gaga’s makeup was finished with custom applique flowers from Face Lace to create a modernized hippie vibe. Check out all the HQ photos of Lady Gaga’s performance here. Unfortunately, there was no livestream video but you can listen to the audio stream of Lady Gaga’s full performance here. By Terran Warden
    8. Date: April 22nd 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) For her next outfit change to sing "Born This Way", Lady Gaga changed into a different look than her first Coachella set made of the same fabric and the same designer. She then continued in the look for "Venus," "A-YO," and "Sexxx Dreams." Instead of her boots and jacket patches, Lady Gaga wore a pair of custom sequin fringe shorts from Adam Selman. She paired them with a black leather jacket over her black leotard. To finish off her look, Lady Gaga stayed in the same knee-high boots from Ellie Shoes. The boots are the “Savannah” PH420 in patent leather from their Penthouse collection. The boots are available directly through Ellie Shoes with an account here, but they are available in different sizes through different retailers on sites like Instagram for around $100. BONUS: Lady Gaga’s makeup artist Sarah Tanno spoke with Refinery29 and described Lady Gaga’s entire look for the second show. Sarah is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty so all of Lady Gaga’s products come from Marc Jacobs. For her face, Sarah used: The new “Dew Drops” Coconut Gel Highlighter Primer, available for $44 here. Re(Marc)able Full Cover Foundation in Beige Medium with peach undertones, available for $55 here. Re(Marc)able Full Cover Concealer in “Alive”, available for $32, here. #InstaMarc Light Filtering Countour Powder in “Dream 20”, available for $49 here. Shameless Bold Blush Powder in “Rebellious 216”, available for $30 here. For her brows, Sarah used: Brow Wow Defining Longwear Pencil in “Ash Brown 4”, available for $25 here. Brow Tamer Grooming Gel, available for $24 here. For her eyes, Sarah used: Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in “Lollipop 86” for her undereye, available for $25 here. Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in “Blacquer” in her waterline and outer top eyelid, available for $25 here. Style Eye-Con No. 7 Plush Eyeshadow “The Dreamer 212” palette, using the peach eyeshadow (furthest right). Available for $59, here. Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, available for $26 here. For her lips, Sarah used: (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in “Primrose 304”, available for $24 here. Le Marc Liquid Lip Crème in “Shush Blush 456”, available for $28 here. Lady Gaga’s makeup was finished with custom applique flowers from Face Lace to create a modernized hippie vibe. Check out all the HQ photos of Lady Gaga’s performance here. Unfortunately, there was no livestream video but you can listen to the audio stream of Lady Gaga’s full performance here. By Terran Warden
    9. Date: April 22nd 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) For her second weekend at Coachella, Lady Gaga started her 90 minute headlining set the same as the first but changed her second look for the tracks LoveGame, John Wayne, and Just Dance. The new look consisted of the same black leotard and black tights but a pair of shorts by celebrity designer Ashton Michael were added. The pair are specifically from look 2 of Ashton Michael's "Ritual" collection from 2017. You may recognize his work from Lady Gaga's dancers during her Super Bowl 51 Halftime Show. Ashton is based in Hollywood and is available by appointment only to industry professionals. Lady Gaga finished her look with the same boots as weekend one, which have become an iconic pair of hers worn throughout the past 7 years. The boots are Ellie Shoes “Savannah” PH420 from their Penthouse collection. The boots are available directly through Ellie Shoes with an account here, but they are available in different sizes through different retailers on sites like Instagram for around $100. BONUS: Lady Gaga's makeup artist Sarah Tanno spoke with Refinery29 and described Lady Gaga's entire look for the second show. Sarah is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty so all of Lady Gaga's products come from Marc Jacobs. For her face, Sarah used: The new "Dew Drops" Coconut Gel Highlighter Primer, available for $44 here. Re(Marc)able Full Cover Foundation in Beige Medium with peach undertones, available for $55 here. Re(Marc)able Full Cover Concealer in "Alive", available for $32, here. #InstaMarc Light Filtering Countour Powder in "Dream 20", available for $49 here. Shameless Bold Blush Powder in "Rebellious 216", available for $30 here. For her brows, Sarah used: Brow Wow Defining Longwear Pencil in "Ash Brown 4", available for $25 here. Brow Tamer Grooming Gel, available for $24 here. For her eyes, Sarah used: Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in "Lollipop 86" for her undereye, available for $25 here. Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in "Blacquer" in her waterline and outer top eyelid, available for $25 here. Style Eye-Con No. 7 Plush Eyeshadow "The Dreamer 212" palette, using the peach eyeshadow (furthest right). Available for $59, here. Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, available for $26 here. For her lips, Sarah used: (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in "Primrose 304", available for $24 here. Le Marc Liquid Lip Crème in "Shush Blush 456", available for $28 here. Lady Gaga's makeup was finished with custom applique flowers from Face Lace to create a modernized hippie vibe. Check out all the HQ photos of Lady Gaga's performance here. Unfortunately, there was no livestream video but you can listen to the audio stream of Lady Gaga's full performance here. By Terran Warden
    10. Date: April 16th 2017 During her weekend one Coachella Festival set, Lady Gaga announced she had been keeping a secret and debuted her new single, "The Cure." So far it is unknown what project the song is from. Following her performance, "The Cure" was released to iTunes/Apple Music and Spotify with single cover artwork by Lobstereye (the creative team of Ruth Hogben and Andrea Gelardin) who also created the artwork in her Coachella interludes and merchandise. For the single cover, Lady Gaga wears a top and bottom from designer Faustine Steinmetz. Steinmetz is a London based fashion label known for "handmade artisan basics." Lady Gaga's top is the "pleated polyester jacket" from the Spring Summer 2017 collection. Her pants are an unnamed piece from the Spring Summer 2017 collection that was showcased on their social media. Steinmetz purchases can only be made through contacting the designer at [email protected] To finish off her look, Lady Gaga wears a pair of "Jersey Sock" boots from Balenciaga underneath her see-through pants. Her boots are green, blue, and white floral-print from Balenciaga's Spring 2017 runway available through Nordstrom for $1,015 here. "The Cure" is available now on iTunes and Spotify! By Terran Warden
    11. Date: April 15th 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) To finish her explosive 90 minute Coachella headlining set, Lady Gaga changed her entire outfit as the Applause lyrics flashed as an interlude film. Lady Gaga's new outfit was a full rhinestone encrusted mesh bodysuit similar to the Saint Laurent bodysuit she wore back in 2013 (see left). Lady Gaga's bodysuit for Coachella is the "Supernova" from dbleudazzled who is known for costuming Beyoncé on her tours. The black crystallized sheer micro-mesh, long sleeved catsuit comes with a zipper in back and stirrup foot. The suit is available for $500 here. Different variations of rhinestone colors and additions of crystalized panties are available but Lady Gaga's is the regular "Supernova" with Diamonds. Lady Gaga finished off her look with the same iconic knee-high boots she wore through a majority of her Coachella set. The boots are Ellie Shoes "Savannah" PH420 from their Penthouse collection. The boots are available directly through Ellie Shoes with an account here, but they are available in different sizes through different retailers on sites like Instagram for around $100. BONUS: Lady Gaga’s makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno using Marc Jacobs Beauty. Sarah Tanno is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty. First, Sarah used “Out of the Blue” (#53) Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon on Lady Gaga’s under-eye. Available for $25 here. Next, Sarah accessorized Lady Gaga’s eyelids with “Dazzle Dots” by Face Lace. The dots are made from multi-depth holographic material and are available for 12.95 euros here. Finally, Lady Gaga finished Lady Gaga’s face with lip liner and lipstick from Marc Jacobs Beauty. Lady Gaga’s lipliner is the (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in “Charlotte” (#316), available for $24 here. Lady Gaga’s lipstick is the Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in “Clara” (#218), available for $30 here. Rewatch Lady Gaga’s Coachella Festival performance (weekend one) here and HQ photos are available through GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
    12. Date: April 15th 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) After changing her outfit briefly for three songs, Lady Gaga changed into a look that lasted for a more significant portion of the show. Wearing her third outfit of the night, Lady Gaga performed Telephone, Alejandro, Teeth, The Cure, The Edge of Glory, Speechless, Bad Romance, You and I, AND Million Reasons. For her outfit, Lady Gaga wore her own Coachella merchandise over the black leotard and black tights she kept on throughout her outfit changes. This Coachella merchandise was exclusive to the festival (as of yet) and featured a still photo of herself from the introduction film with a tentacle in her mouth. It was sold for $70 at the merchandise booth. They are currently not available outside of the festival but people will likely begin to start selling them online. Pairing with her sweatshirt, Lady Gaga wore both her custom Adam Selman boots before changing back into her "Savannah PH420" boots from Ellie Shoes. The boots are available directly through Ellie Shoes with an account here, but they are available in different sizes through different retailers on sites like Instagram for around $100. BONUS: Lady Gaga’s makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno using Marc Jacobs Beauty. Sarah Tanno is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty. First, Sarah used “Out of the Blue” (#53) Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon on Lady Gaga’s under-eye. Available for $25 here. Next, Sarah accessorized Lady Gaga’s eyelids with “Dazzle Dots” by Face Lace. The dots are made from multi-depth holographic material and are available for 12.95 euros here. Finally, Lady Gaga finished Lady Gaga’s face with lip liner and lipstick from Marc Jacobs Beauty. Lady Gaga’s lipliner is the (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in “Charlotte” (#316), available for $24 here. Lady Gaga’s lipstick is the Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in “Clara” (#218), available for $30 here. Rewatch Lady Gaga’s Coachella Festival performance (weekend one) here and HQ photos are available through GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
    13. Date: April 15th 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) After kicking off her Coachella set with Schieße, LoveGame, John Wayne, and Just Dance, Lady Gaga made an outfit change to perform Born This Way from the second tier of her stage. For her outfit change, Lady Gaga added a denim jacket to her plain black leotard with black tights with knee-high sequin boots to match the patches on her jacket. She removed the jacket after Born This Way but kept the boots while performing Venus and A-YO. Lady Gaga's denim jacket is from Balenciaga, made with double stone-wash dirty denim and updated with shoulder pads. The jacket is available for $1,265 through Balenciaga here. The patches, as well as the matching sequin boots, are custom creations by Texas-based designer Adam Selman. Selman is known best for his work with Rihanna. Because the work was custom, the boots and patches are not available for purchase. However, purchases can be made by directing the designer at [email protected] Big thanks to JustJared for the fashion credits. BONUS: Lady Gaga’s makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno using Marc Jacobs Beauty. Sarah Tanno is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty. First, Sarah used “Out of the Blue” (#53) Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon on Lady Gaga’s under-eye. Available for $25 here. Next, Sarah accessorized Lady Gaga’s eyelids with “Dazzle Dots” by Face Lace. The dots are made from multi-depth holographic material and are available for 12.95 euros here. Finally, Lady Gaga finished Lady Gaga’s face with lip liner and lipstick from Marc Jacobs Beauty. Lady Gaga’s lipliner is the (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in “Charlotte” (#316), available for $24 here. Lady Gaga’s lipstick is the Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in “Clara” (#218), available for $30 here. Rewatch Lady Gaga’s Coachella Festival performance (weekend one) here and HQ photos are available through GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
    14. Date: April 15th 2017 Location: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California) Filling in for Beyoncé, Lady Gaga became the first female headliner of the iconic music festival in over a decade! For her 90 minute set on the Main Stage, Lady Gaga started with her first performance of Schieße since the Born This Way Ball. In a similar style to the original Born This Way Ball outfit, Lady Gaga wore an all black look with a military style. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga started with a black hat from Gareth Pugh's Fall/Winter 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection. The hat was featured in several looks throughout the runway and is only available for purchase by contacting the designer. For her main outfit, Lady Gaga wore a black leather coat from Mugler's Fall 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection. The jacket is from look 3 and is available only in stores. Their store locator is available here. The Haus of Gaga customized the jacket with a light in the center that worked as the newest version of her disco stick during LoveGame. Finally, Lady Gaga finished off her look with her iconic laced knee-high boots. The Ellie boots are the Savannah PH420 boots from the Penthouse collection in patent leather. The boots are available directly through Ellie Shoes with an account here, but they are available in different sizes through different retailers on sites like Instagram for around $100. Underneath her jacket Lady Gaga wore a plain black leotard with black tights. Big thanks to JustJared for the fashion credits. BONUS: Lady Gaga's makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno using Marc Jacobs Beauty. Sarah Tanno is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty. First, Sarah used "Out of the Blue" (#53) Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon on Lady Gaga's under-eye. Available for $25 here. Next, Sarah accessorized Lady Gaga's eyelids with "Dazzle Dots" by Face Lace. The dots are made from multi-depth holographic material and are available for 12.95 euros here. Finally, Lady Gaga finished Lady Gaga's face with lip liner and lipstick from Marc Jacobs Beauty. Lady Gaga's lipliner is the (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in "Charlotte" (#316), available for $24 here. Lady Gaga's lipstick is the Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in "Clara" (#218), available for $30 here. Rewatch Lady Gaga's Coachella Festival performance (weekend one) here and HQ photos are available through GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
    15. Date: February 12th 2017 Location: Staples Center (Los Angeles, California) Another untraditional collaboration, Lady Gaga attended the 2017 GRAMMY Awards to perform "Moth Into Flame" with rock band Metallica. For her appearance on the red carpet, Lady Gaga wore an incredible rock-inspired outfit. Showing skin on the front and the back, Lady Gaga displayed a temporary tattoo of a moth with a skull head to match the "Moth Into Flame" theme. To start, Lady Gaga wore sunglasses from Ray-Ban. Lady Gaga's shades are the "Aviator Classic" frames in black metal with "Green Class G-15" lenses. They are available for $150 here. Lady Gaga GRAMMYs top is an edgy piece from Alex Ulichy who is known for his unique artisan clothing. Her piece comes from Ulichy's "BREED" collection but has been slightly altered to not include the sharp feather-like texture on the top of her shoulder. Ulichy's designers are only available through contacting the designer on alexulichny.com Lady Gaga wore the same material from Alex Ulichy in a zip-tie jacket for the final look in her newest music video, "John Wayne." Lady Gaga finished her outfit with another tie-in to her "John Wayne" music video - her patent leather boots! Lady Gaga's boots come from one of her favorites, Pleaser USA. The "Infinity 4000" thigh-high boots in black patent feature a nine inch heel and are available through Pleaser directly here or through Amazon starting at $124 here. BONUS: Lady Gaga's makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno who was recently named a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty. To create Lady Gaga's look, Sarah used Marc Jacobs' Highliner color 47 "(Fine)Wine" available for $25 here. For her lips, Sarah used Marc Jacobs' Le Marc Lip Crème color 222 "Boy Gorgeous" available for $30 here. HQ photos of Lady Gaga on the red carpet are available here. By Terran Warden
    16. Date: February 9th 2017 Location: Epione Center (Beverly Hills, California) After attending Tommy Hilfiger's Spring 2017 Ready-To-Wear Fashion Show, Lady Gaga wore more Tommy Hilfiger to her visit at Dr. Simon Ourian's. It is unsure what Lady Gaga visited Epione Center for, as she hid her face from paparazzi. Lady Gaga's top is a sweatshirt from Tommy Hilfiger with the "Tommy Jeans" signature logo. The sweatshirt is available through TopMan for 95 euros here. Lady Gaga finished her outfit with a return of some of her Saint Laurent ankle booties. Lady Gaga's boots are the "Curtis 80 Chain Harness Boot" in black leather. Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing silver aviator sunglasses but they are too covered by her arms to identify. HQ photos of Lady Gaga leaving Epione Center are available here. By Terran Warden
    17. Date: February 8th, 2017 Location: Starbucks Coffee (Malibu, California) After spending the past week in Houston, Texas for her once-in-a-lifetime Super Bowl Halftime Show, Lady Gaga returned to Malibu and returned to her recent favorite Starbucks. For her trip, Lady Gaga wore an outfit from her two most recent favorites; Gladys Tamez and Saint Laurent. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga started with a black hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery who is the same designer behind her pink hat on the "Joanne" album cover. Lady Gaga's hat is the "St. Marie" with a three-inch brim made of black felt. The hat is available in various sizes, and several other colors, for $395 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore "Aviator Classic" sunglasses from Ray-Ban. Lady Gaga's frames are black metal and her lenses are "Green Classic G-15", available for only $150 here. Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing a necklace from VSA Designs. VSA designs stands for “Virgins, Saints, Angels.” She was seen wearing the same necklace later this evening at the Tommy Hilfiger fashion show, full fashion post on that is available here. Lady Gaga’s “Magdalena Cross Necklace” in gold with black diamonds is available through The Giving Tree for $231 here. VSA Designs has select pieces available on their website and is also available through Nordstrom. Lady Gaga then wore a men's jacket from Saint Laurent's Fall 2016 Ready-To-Wear collection. Her "Fringed Lurex and Brocade Teddy Jacket" is made of red and gold silk, a cotton and wool blend fringe featuring a classic collar, a front zip fastening, two front pockets, long sleeves, a ribbed hem and cuffs, a fringed design and a full lining. The jacket is no longer available through Saint Laurent but is available through several outside retailers including FarFetch for $5,990 here. Finally, Lady Gaga wore another pair of ankle booties from Saint Laurent - she really has a huge collection of them! This pair are the "Babies" with a block-heel, made of red velvet. They are also no longer sold through Saint Laurent but they can be purchased through Matches Fashion for $845 here. More HQ photos of Lady Gaga leaving Starbucks are available here. By Terran Warden
    18. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th, 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga’s digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track “John Wayne”, from the “Joanne” album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her “Paparazzi” and “Telephone” music videos), “John Wayne” is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the “Million Reasons” music video with iconic fashion. After crashing their car into a tree, Lady Gaga appears dead in an entirely new look before being picked up by her cowboy. For her death, Lady Gaga wears a pair of black sunglasses from Diesel. Lady Gaga's sunglasses are the "DL 0233" frames that are not yet available online through Diesel. However, the "DL 0233" sunglasses are available at select eyewear stores, Diesel stores, and outside retailers online (if you trust outside retailers...) For her outfit, Lady Gaga wore a zip-tie jacket from designer Alex Ulichny who is known for his unique American Artisanal clothing that features a sharp feather-like texture. Lady Gaga's jacket comes from Ulichny's "Breed" collection which is not available to purchase online. Ulichy has also created many other looks with the same fabrics and styles. However, purchases can be made through contacting the designer here. Lady Gaga has previously worn pieces from Ulichy during her Roseland shows in New York City. The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    19. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th, 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga’s digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track “John Wayne”, from the “Joanne” album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her “Paparazzi” and “Telephone” music videos), “John Wayne” is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the “Million Reasons” music video with iconic fashion. For her final dance scene of the video, Lady Gaga changes into a fully custom look with a wig similar to her early "The Fame" looks, that made my heart explode! Lady Gaga's bustier top and shorts are both custom pieces from the Colorado-based company ROMEO. Lady Gaga's custom lace-up shorts do not have a similar version available for purchase. But Lady Gaga's top is available in different colors! Lady Gaga's custom version of ROMEO's cowboy boot bustier, which can also be worn as a girdle, is actually made using vintage and thrifted cowboy boots that are cleaned, treated, and hand-painted by ROMEO. The original ROMEO bustier in blue with black and white painting is available for $365 here. Bonus: Lady Gaga starts the dance scene with a fur throw with "GAGA" written across in a contrasting white color. Her faux-fur throw is custom from designer Nicolas Wirth who is a young designer who has previously worked for the Alexander McQueen fashion house. The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    20. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga’s digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track “John Wayne”, from the “Joanne” album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her “Paparazzi” and “Telephone” music videos), “John Wayne” is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the “Million Reasons” music video with iconic fashion. Tied as my favorite look from the video, Lady Gaga switches into a skimpy black outfit with knee high red boots to ride on the hood of a car. Her shoes then turn into guns in reference to Robert Rodriguez (of "Machete Kills") and Quentin Tarantino. To start, Lady Gaga wore a pair of gold hoop earrings from designer Mishka Piaf. Piaf took to Instagram asking someone to pinch her because she couldn't believe her work made it into Lady Gaga's music video. Lady Gaga's earrings are Piaf's "Horse Shoe Hoop Earrings" in gold, available for $220 here. For her top, Lady Gaga wore another custom piece from up-and-coming designer Bryan Hearns. Hearns described the top as a "leather busted bustier" which was his first time moulding leather. Next, Lady Gaga wore custom shorts from Wesley Berryman who also created Lady Gaga's custom red jacket shown earlier in the music video. Berryman took to Instagram to post about the look and thank Lady Gaga/Haus of Gaga for believing in his work but he did not post a photo of the individual shorts. Finally, Lady Gaga's statement piece of this look is her thigh-high red patent boots. Lady Gaga's boots come from Pleaser USA and are their "Infinity 4000" boot in red patent leather. You can purchase Pleaser's Infinity 4000 boots through Pleaser directly here or starting at $125 through Amazon here. Additionally, Lady Gaga is first shown in this look twirling a jacket in the air. Lady Gaga's jacket was her second jacket from Wesley Berryman who created a bedazzled denim jacket for the video. The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    21. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga’s digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track “John Wayne”, from the “Joanne” album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her “Paparazzi” and “Telephone” music videos), “John Wayne” is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the “Million Reasons” music video with iconic fashion. Lady Gaga joins another group of dancers for a second dance scene with a blue tone rather than a red tone like the dance scene before. For the scene Lady Gaga wears a custom "Full Majesty" jacket by London-based designer Alex Noble. The jacket is made of multi-colored blue denim with vibrant pink fringe and "Joanne pink" denim for a multilayered look. Check out Alex Noble's original design sketch for Lady Gaga's jacket. Lady Gaga finished her look with black ankle boots, this time surprisingly not from Saint Laurent! Lady Gaga's boots come from Chloe Gosselin's Fall/Winter 2016-2017 collection. Her "Dianthus" boots are unfortunately no longer available for purchase online. The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    22. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th, 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga’s digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track “John Wayne”, from the “Joanne” album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her “Paparazzi” and “Telephone” music videos), “John Wayne” is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the “Million Reasons” music video with iconic fashion. From top to bottom for her first dance scene of the video, Lady Gaga starts with a custom crystal choker by Italian company GCDS. Because the chocker is custom, it cannot be purchased. But the original "Stripe Choker" it was based off of is available with "GCDS" written across in red, black, or green for 78 euros here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a red leather jacket by Wesley Berryman. Again, Lady Gaga's jacket is a custom piece and there is no similar jacket available for purchase through Berryman. Berryman did post a detail photo of the jacket that was hand-laced. Underneath her red jacket, Lady Gaga wore a full crystal bra from UNIF. Lady Gaga's "Ice Bra" is a "verrrry limited edition" originally sold for $225 but is now sold out. The bra also came with a disclaimer from UNIF who said "This product is extremely delicate and is not meant to serve as a support bra in any way, shape or form. Think of it more of a piece of jewelry. Be careful not to fasten too tightly as too much tension may cause it to snap." Credit to OUT Magazine for tracking down this beautiful piece. Finally, Lady Gaga wore distressed denim shorts by designer Bryan Hearns. Hearns is an up-and-coming designer who recently worked with Ariana Grande. He does not yet have a website or anything up for sale. The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    23. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th, 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga’s digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track “John Wayne”, from the “Joanne” album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her “Paparazzi” and “Telephone” music videos), “John Wayne” is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the “Million Reasons” music video with iconic fashion. After joining the cowboy on his horse, Lady Gaga is seen in another look to ride her own motorcycle. For her ride, Lady Gaga wears an edgy black bodysuit and matching black hat. Lady Gaga's hat is of course another creation by Gladys Tamez Millinery who created the pink hat for Lady Gaga's "Joanne" album cover. Lady Gaga's hat is actually the same "Lady Bianca" hat worn on the album cover but this time is in black felt. The hat is available in black, "Joanne pink", and more as a limited edition for $680 here. Lady Gaga's bodysuit is by Christian Cowan who Lady Gaga has worn previously (remember her beautiful full pink glitter suit during the ARTPOP era?). Cowan took to Instagram to express his gratitude to Lady Gaga and her stylist Brandon Maxwell who he credits as starting his career in fashion. The bodysuit has not been released in any of Cowan's collections but can also be seen on the most recent episode of America's Next Top Model with additional large stones. I have not yet identified Lady Gaga's black boots but I will update this post when I do! The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    24. Song: John Wayne Album: Joanne Release Date: February 8th 2017 After her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Lady Gaga's digital sales rose over 1000% and she announced her Joanne World Tour. Continuing her firestorm of promotion, Lady Gaga released the music video to her track "John Wayne", from the "Joanne" album, as an Apple Music exclusive. Directed by Jonas Akerlund (who previously directed her "Paparazzi" and "Telephone" music videos), "John Wayne" is a neon-lit fast-paced video continuing from the "Million Reasons" music video with iconic fashion. For her first look, and final look, in the music video Lady Gaga wears a head-to-toe "Joanne pink" look. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga wore the same hat from the cover of “Joanne.” Lady Gaga’s hat comes from her favorite millinery; Gladys Tamez. Her “Lady Bianca” hat in “Joanne pink” was once a custom piece but is available in a limited edition! Get your own Joanne hat for $680 here. Lady Gaga’s suit is a custom piece by the Brazilian-American designer Alexander Lewis. Alexander Lewis is based in Great Britain and known for his knitwear. Alexander Lewis tailored the suit for Lady Gaga during one of her recent visits. Finally, Lady Gaga wore pink heels that matched her hat and suit. Lady Gaga’s heels are a pair of “Pigalle Follies” by Christina Louboutin in patent pink with a 100mm heel. They are the same pair worn while visiting John Lennon’s Strawberry Fields memorial with CBS. The “Pigalle Follies” are available for $675 here. The “John Wayne” music video is now also available on Lady Gaga’s VEVO. Watch it through YouTube By Terran Warden
    25. Date: February 5th, 2017 Location: NRG Stadium (Houston, Texas) After her killer Pepsi Zero Sugar Halftime Show, Lady Gaga celebrated backstage, gave some quick interviews, and watched the remainder of the football game. And of course Lady Gaga switched into a new look after her Halftime Show performance. To start, Lady Gaga wore the same pair of Saint Laurent sunglasses she wore before the game on the field. Full post on that look is available here. Lady Gaga's sunglasses are Saint Laurent's "New Wave SL Devon" frames in shiny black acetate. The shades are no longer available through Saint Laurent’s website but they are available through outside retailers like Ssense who have the one-size fits all sunglasses for $405 here. Lady Gaga's jacket was a custom piece crystalized by designer Dan Stephen who is known solely for "bespoke fashion creations." The front of Lady Gaga's jacket writes "GAGA" and "SB 51" while the back features the National Football League's shield logo with "LG" replacing "NFL". Lady Gaga has previously worn bespoke fashion creations by Dan Stephen including her "Aperature Gaga" sunglasses back in September 2012, see left. Lady Gaga can also be seen slightly wearing a black leotard with fishnet stockings and black boots. Unfortunately, no video footage or photos clearly show these enough to identify them. By Terran Warden
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