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    1. Date: September 9th 2018 Location: Toronto International Film Festival (Toronto, Ontario) Leading up to the North American premiere of A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga and the rest of the cast (Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliott, Dave Chappelle, Anthony Ramos) headed in early for a photo call and press conference. For her first appearance of the day, Lady Gaga again kept her glam simple to focus on her wonderful outfit like at the Venice Film Festival. Emphasizing her deep burgundry dress, Lady Gaga slicked her hair back and wore Ralph & Russo. From the Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection, Lady Gaga's dress was labeled the "Ava Dress" and shown as look 9 of the runway. Featuring an asymmetric long sleeve with a deep draping slit across the other side of the dress and a fitted bodice, the dress is made in Italy of liquid velvet. The Ava Dress was available for preorder through M'Oda Operandi for $6,470 but is currently not available. To complete her look, Lady Gaga again added my favorite shoes - black pointed toe pumps! Swapping from the shiny patent leather she wore in Venice, Lady Gaga went with matte suede. The pumps are Gianvito Rossi's "Gianvito 105" with a 105mm stiletto heel in 100% black suede available for $675 here. Finally, Lady Gaga added dangling diamond earrings to take her look to the next level. I have not yet been able to track down her exact pair but if you have a tip, tweet it to us @WhatGagaWore. And stay tuned to this post for updates on her makeup! By Terran Warden
    2. Date: June 16th 2018 Location: Barker Hangar Center (Santa Monica, California) Taking home the award for Best Music Documentary for Gaga: Five Foot Two against some incredible films like HBO's Defiant Ones, Lady Gaga attended the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards in a full look from Alexander McQueen! She also presented the award for Best Movie, which was won by Black Panther, in the same look. The ceremony will air on MTV Monday June 18th. With a sneak peek from her and director Chris Mourkabe's Instagram stories, Lady Gaga wore a full look from McQueen's Fall 2018 Ready to Wear collection. Wearing look 2 from the runway, her outfit was inspired by "Metamorphosis: the magical transformation of femininity. Extreme nature: the delicate, emergent beauty of butterflies and moths; the opalescent shine of softly-armoured Scarab beetles. Hybrids: the morphing of one creature into another, one garment into another," and Lady Gaga's dress transforms from a red leather bustier into a sheer black skirt. Because of the season, the dress is not yet available for purchase. She also finished her look with the same boots shown on the runway which are a classic black ankle boot but are instead finished with an upper section in matching red leather. To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga continued with Alexander McQueen keeping with some of the runway styling. First, Lady Gaga wore the new "Stick Pearl Earrings" which are available for preorder. These 7cm long earrings are finished with antique silver featuring baroque pearls. Preorder your own pair for $760 here. Layering a choker and a dangling necklace, Lady Gaga started with McQueen's "Tubular Choker" in antique silver. The choker, also available in brass, can be purchased for $1,290 here. Her dangling necklace is also from McQueen but due to the limited photos we have so far I cannot distinguish which one it is. More details will emerge as HQ photos are released so stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    3. 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
    4. 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
    5. Date: November 19th 2017 Location: Capital One Arena (Washington, DC) Before performing live from her Joanne World Tour in Washington, DC., Lady Gaga updated fans from backstage on Instagram and Twitter, "getting for my performance in #Alaia." Lady Gaga could be seen in one of Azzedine Alaia's iconic bodycon dresses - the "Tati" dress in black and white houndstooth from his Spring/Summer 1991 collection. Lady Gaga received her dress through New York Vintage where she also received her vintage Alaia dress for the red carpet. The dress is not available to purchase through any major retailer but listings can be found occasionally through eBay and 1stdibs (click here to be alerted when it is available again on 1stdibs) as well as similar recreations on Etsy. BONUS: Lady Gaga's beauty team of Frederic Aspiras (hair) and Sarah Tanno (makeup) revealed some of their products and tips for achieving this look. As for her hair, Freddy used a color fresh with lots of hydration and protection then did a spiral perm using gel cream oils to tame the frizz and oils to protect the color. He finished off her look using a wand iron around the face to define curls and recommends a diffuser to help make the curls bouncy and soft. For her makeup, Sarah is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty so she used all Marc Beauty products. For her eyes, Sarah created a bronzed look using the "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" in Scandalust. The palette is currently sold out through Marc Jacobs but is still available through Sephora for $49 here. Sarah then topped her 3D mink eyelashes with "Velvet Noir Mascara". The major volume mascara is sold for $26 here. As for her lips, Sarah layered lipstick and lip gloss for a copper style pout matching her copper curls. For her lipstick, Sarah applied Le Marc Lip Crème in "Amazing" or shade 204, available for $30 here. For her lip gloss, Sarah covered her lips in Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer in "Ch-Ch-Changes." The lip gloss is only available through Marc Jacobs in a limited edition set, but it is available through Sephora for $28 as a limited edition online-exclusive here. By Terran Warden
    6. Date: November 19th 2017 Location: Capital One Arena (Washington, DC) While she couldn't attend the American Music Awards in person due to her Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga livestreamed a performance of The Cure and a red carpet was brought to her! For her red carpet, Lady Gaga honored her late, great friend Azzedine Alaia wearing a vintage black dress and huuuge heels with amazing hair and makeup. Lady Gaga's dress is an Alaia black knit dress with a criss cross back. In true Alaia style, the dress clings perfectly to her curves and the detailed structured side panels give a flattering figure. She picked up the dress at the legendary New York Vintage who posted about the look. While it is an extremely rare piece to find, there is one seller on 1stDibs who is selling the dress for $1,400 here. For her heels, Lady Gaga again wore the "BEYOND 087" shoes from Pleaser. Just a few cities back, Lady Gaga wore the same shoes in white patent leather. This time she opted for the ten inch heels in black patent leather. They are available for purchase through Amazon for $99 to $101 (depending on size and seller) here. BONUS: Lady Gaga's beauty team of Frederic Aspiras (hair) and Sarah Tanno (makeup) revealed some of their products and tips for achieving this look. As for her hair, Freddy used a color fresh with lots of hydration and protection then did a spiral perm using gel cream oils to tame the frizz and oils to protect the color. He finished off her look using a wand iron around the face to define curls and recommends a diffuser to help make the curls bouncy and soft. For her makeup, Sarah is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty so she used all Marc Beauty products. For her eyes, Sarah created a bronzed look using the "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" in Scandalust. The palette is currently sold out through Marc Jacobs but is still available through Sephora for $49 here. Sarah then topped her 3D mink eyelashes with "Velvet Noir Mascara". The major volume mascara is sold for $26 here. As for her lips, Sarah layered lipstick and lip gloss for a copper style pout matching her copper curls. For her lipstick, Sarah applied Le Marc Lip Crème in "Amazing" or shade 204, available for $30 here. For her lip gloss, Sarah covered her lips in Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer in "Ch-Ch-Changes." The lip gloss is only available through Marc Jacobs in a limited edition set, but it is available through Sephora for $28 as a limited edition online-exclusive here. By Terran Warden
    7. Date: November 19th 2017 Location: Capital One Arena (Washington, DC) Before performing live from her Joanne World Tour in Washington, DC., Lady Gaga updated fans from backstage on Instagram and Twitter, "getting [ready] for my performance in #Alaia." Lady Gaga could be seen in one of Azzedine Alaia's iconic bodycon dresses - the "Tati" dress in black and white houndstooth from his Spring/Summer 1991 collection. Lady Gaga received her dress through New York Vintage where she also received her vintage Alaia dress for the red carpet. The dress is not available to purchase through any major retailer but listings can be found occasionally through eBay and 1stdibs (click here to be alerted when it is available again on 1stdibs) as well as similar recreations on Etsy. Lady Gaga's shoes were not visible in any of the photos and she does not appear to be wearing any accessories. BONUS: Lady Gaga's beauty team of Frederic Aspiras (hair) and Sarah Tanno (makeup) revealed some of their products and tips for achieving this look. As for her hair, Freddy used a color fresh with lots of hydration and protection then did a spiral perm using gel cream oils to tame the frizz and oils to protect the color. He finished off her look using a wand iron around the face to define curls and recommends a diffuser to help make the curls bouncy and soft. For her makeup, Sarah is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty so she used all Marc Beauty products. For her eyes, Sarah created a bronzed look using the "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" in Scandalust. The palette is currently sold out through Marc Jacobs but is still available through Sephora for $49 here. Sarah then topped her 3D mink eyelashes with "Velvet Noir Mascara". The major volume mascara is sold for $26 here. As for her lips, Sarah layered lipstick and lip gloss for a copper style pout matching her copper curls. For her lipstick, Sarah applied Le Marc Lip Crème in "Amazing" or shade 204, available for $30 here. For her lip gloss, Sarah covered her lips in Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer in "Ch-Ch-Changes." The lip gloss is only available through Marc Jacobs in a limited edition set, but it is available through Sephora for $28 as a limited edition online-exclusive here. By Terran Warden
    8. Date: September 2nd 2017 Location: House of Blues (Boston, Massachusetts) Like the night before, Lady Gaga made an appearance at Brian Newman's After-Hours jazz show after her Joanne World Tour. But this time, hundreds of little monsters crowded the venue and the street outside. For her second night performing jazz, Lady Gaga wore a silk dress and boots that created an old-school Bohemian vibe - completed with 70's style bangs. She later updated her Instagram in this look with photos and a Boomerang on the mound. Lady Gaga dress is the "Della Dress" from Cinq à Sept's Pre-Fall 2017 collection. Cinq à Sept is a New York based label, founded in 2016, that is named for the French term describing late afternoon and early evening. Inspired by the name, their designs have a deliberate balance between sophistication and ease, youthful daring and confident allure. The "Della Dress" is a tiered silk shirtdress with silk slip lining and tie waist. The dress is available for purchase in "terracotta melon" for $695 here, but Lady Gaga wore the dress in a chartreuse shade that was shown in the collection's lookbook. She also wore the dress as it was styled with a black belt that is not available for purchase through Cinq à Sept. To finish her look, Lady Gaga wore a pair of knee-high black crystal boots. Working on tracking them down, stay tuned! Lady Gaga later updated her Instagram with photos and a Boomerang of herself on the mound of the baseball field. By Terran Warden
    9. Date: September 8th, 2017 Location: Princess of Wales Theater (Toronto, Ontario) After premiering the new Netflix original documentary "Gaga: Five Foot Two" at the Toronto International Film Festival, Lady Gaga was so emotional she took 15 minutes to pull herself together (according to Vanity Fair) and returned to a standing ovation in a new look for a Question & Answer session with director Chris Moukarbel. Lucky for me, Lady Gaga's stylist Tom Eerebout posted about her third look of the day on his Instagram Story revealing it was none other than Mugler. Created by Thierry Mugler, the silhouettes are distinct and instantly recognizable as anatomical, graphic, ultra-feminine and meticulous; and this look is exactly that. First, Lady Gaga wore a structured blazer jacket with large shoulder pads - extremely Mugler and extremely Gaga at the same time - from the Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear collection in look 22. The jacket is made of black cotton with accenting silver buttons along the front. Styled different from the runway, Lady Gaga's jacket is closed showing the fitted waist design of the jacket. Next, Lady Gaga wore a dress from the same Mugler collection. Lady Gaga's dress was look 34 in the runway and is made of the collection's silver lamé with an asymmetrical sleeve and shoulder pad. Because of her jacket, only the lower skirt area of the dress is visible. Mugler fashion has very limited sales online, so unfortunately Lady Gaga's pieces are not available. They may be sold in stores, a full store locator is available through Mugler here. To finish her look, Lady Gaga wore her most recent pair of sky-high boots again. The lace-up boots are made by Pleaser and feature an 8 inch heel with a high platform. Made with black patent leather, the boots are available through Amazon for $91 to $152 (depending on size and seller) here. By Terran Warden
    10. Date: September 8th 2017 Location: TIFF Bell Lightbox (Toronto, Ontario) Before debuting her new documentary, "Gaga: Five Foot Two," Lady Gaga and the film's director Chris Mourkabel did a short press conference about what fans can expect. For the event, Lady Gaga wore a head-to-two black outfit with exquisite hair and makeup by Sarah Tanno and Frederic Aspiras of the Haus of Gaga. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga wore a jacket from Elie Saab's Fall/Winter 2017 collection. Elie Saab is a self-taught designer who began designing at age 9 and has become a leading name in haute couture. Lady Gaga's jacket features a stand collar, full length sleeves, and a velvet trim braided design throughout. It was available for purchase through M'oda Operandi's trunk show for $3,500 but sales have now ended. Next, Lady Gaga wore a pair of black pants from Aquilano Rimondi - thanks to Lady Gaga's stylist Tom Eerebout for the information! Aquilano Romondo is an Italian brand characterised by a contemporary design and a refined, artisanal touch designed by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi. Her pants were shown in look 14 of the Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The collection is so fresh-off-the-runway, I have not tracked down an online retailer for her pants but Aquilano Rimondi is sold at Saks Fifth Avenue and more. To finish her look, Lady Gaga wore her most recent pair of sky-high boots from iconic "exotic" footwear brand Pleaser. The lace-up boots feature an 8 inch heel with a high platform. Made with black patent leather, the boots are available through Amazon for $91 to $152 (depending on size and seller) here. Stay tuned for updates on her accessories. The full event was livestreamed by Toronto International Film Festival and is available to watch HQ photos of Lady Gaga arriving at the press conference and at the "red" carpet are also available through GagaImages. By Terran Warden
    11. Date: September 1st 2017 Location: Fenway Park/House of Blues (Boston, Massachusetts) After her first night of the Joanne World Tour in Boston, Lady Gaga spent time in the baseball field of Fenway Park before joining her buddies on stage to sing jazz at the House of Blues. Her boyfriend Christian Carino uploaded photos of her in the dugout then Lady Gaga updated her Instagram with some beautiful photos on the field wearing the same look she wore to Brian Newman's show. Lady Gaga then updated her own Instagram with photos from the same photoshoot inside Fenway Park. Lady Gaga wore a blue suede trench coat with hand-painted floral details from Dundas' debut Resort 2018 collection, look 24. Dundas is a new fashion label created by Norwegian designer Peter Dundas. After studying at Parsons in New York, Dundas has worked with Jean Paul Gautier, Christian LaCroix, and Roberto Cavalli. Most recently, Dundas was named the creative director at Roberto Cavalli. The maxi coat was available for purchase through Dundas' M'oda Operandi trunk show for $10,150 but unfortunately sales have ended. To finish her look, Lady Gaga wore her recent pair of Pleaser boots again. The lace-up boots returned while backstage in New York and have been worn by Lady Gaga ever since. The Pleaser Xtreme 1020's feature an 8 inch heel with a high platform. Made with black patent leather, the boots are available through Amazon for $91 to $152 (depending on size and seller) here. By Terran Warden
    12. Date: August 11th 2017 Location: T-Mobile Arena (Las Vegas, Nevada) [caption id=attachment_3416" align="alignright" width="233] Click to enlarge.[/caption] After doing four shows in her first Ultimate Backstage photo opportunity look, Lady Gaga changed into a new but similar outfit for her photos in Las Vegas. Instead of a white crop top and denim shorts, Lady Gaga wore a black crop top with matching black shorts. The shirt and shorts were custom made by Vinyl Lifestyle of the Haus of Gaga who also made the white crop top. This time the shirt and shorts are both covered in black Swarvoski crystals. Lady Gaga can be seen holding her pink hat from the "Joanne" album cover. Previously she held a custom pink hat with Swarvoski crystals around the brim. This original "Joanne" hat is made by Gladys Tamez Millinery and is available for $680 here. Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing a different pair of sunglasses - silver framed aviators. We're working on tracking them down. So stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    13. As part of the Ultimate Backstage Package, backstage ticketholders receive a "pre show group professional photo with Lady Gaga" in groups of six. Emails sent to backstage ticketholders ask for up to fourteen days for photos to arrive. And finally we have some! Photos from Vancouver, Edmonton, and the first night in Los Angeles have surfaced online and Lady Gaga wears the same look in each of them - Selena Gomez previously did the same, which makes sense to keep the photos fair for each city. Lady Gaga's main outfit consists of a crystalized shirt, denim shorts with fringe, and a pink hat. Lady Gaga's shirt is a custom piece from Vinyl Lifestyle, part of the Haus of Gaga. The shirt is designed as a bedazzled version of her crop tops while promoting "Perfect Illusion" with her name sewn over her heart. Check out this detail shot posted by Vinyl Lifestyle on Instagram below. <blockquote class="instagram-media" data-instgrm-captioned data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/BXjGYQzA5TI/" data-instgrm-version="8" style=" background:#FFF; border:0; border-radius:3px; box-shadow:0 0 1px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.5),0 1px 10px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.15); margin: 1px; max-width:658px; padding:0; width:99.375%; width:-webkit-calc(100% - 2px); width:calc(100% - 2px);"><div style="padding:8px;"> <div style=" background:#F8F8F8; line-height:0; margin-top:40px; padding:50.0% 0; text-align:center; width:100%;"> <div style=" background:url(data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAACwAAAAsCAMAAAApWqozAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAAAFzUkdCAK7OHOkAAAAMUExURczMzPf399fX1+bm5mzY9AMAAADiSURBVDjLvZXbEsMgCES5/P8/t9FuRVCRmU73JWlzosgSIIZURCjo/ad+EQJJB4Hv8BFt+IDpQoCx1wjOSBFhh2XssxEIYn3ulI/6MNReE07UIWJEv8UEOWDS88LY97kqyTliJKKtuYBbruAyVh5wOHiXmpi5we58Ek028czwyuQdLKPG1Bkb4NnM+VeAnfHqn1k4+GPT6uGQcvu2h2OVuIf/gWUFyy8OWEpdyZSa3aVCqpVoVvzZZ2VTnn2wU8qzVjDDetO90GSy9mVLqtgYSy231MxrY6I2gGqjrTY0L8fxCxfCBbhWrsYYAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC); display:block; height:44px; margin:0 auto -44px; position:relative; top:-22px; width:44px;"></div></div> <p style=" margin:8px 0 0 0; padding:0 4px;"> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BXjGYQzA5TI/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">#diamondheart #ladygaga #ladygagawardrobe #LA</a></p> <p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;">A post shared by <a href="https://www.instagram.com/vinyl.lifestyle/" style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px;" target="_blank"> Vinyl | A Lifestyle Salon</a> (@vinyl.lifestyle) on <time style=" font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px;" datetime="2017-08-08T21:47:28+00:00">Aug 8, 2017 at 2:47pm PDT</time></p></div></blockquote> <script async defer src="//platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js"></script> Lady Gaga can also be seen holding a custom hat from her favorite hat designer, Gladys Tamez Millinery. Gladys posted about the "custom #LadyLauren" hat which is made with pink felt velour and features more Swarvoski crystals around the brim. The original "Lauren" hat in blush and in navy blue is available for $510 here. While in Edmonton, Lady Gaga also accessorized the outfit with earrings and a pair of singlasses. Going by her other earrings in the tour visuals, Lady Gaga's earrings are another Justine Clenquet creation. From the Spring Summer 2017 "Rave" collection, her earrings are the "Anna XL Gold Earrings" handmade in France with brass dipped in 24k pale gold. They are available for 90 euros here. Lady Gaga's sunglasses are Ray Ban's trademark sunglasses, the "Aviator Classic" in black with Green Classic G-15 lenses. Lady Gaga has worn this same pair in multiple colors/lenses, all of which are available for $150 here. Stay tuned for more details as photos from each city are released. By Terran Warden
    14. Foreshadowing her upcoming outfit change in one of her rising catwalks, Lady Gaga is shown in the fourth interlude film of the show being crushed between two white walls. In the interlude Lady Gaga wears only one outfit - a custom piece by South Korean born, New York based designer Kaimin. Kaimin designs use fabric to make designs that are defiantly unconventional and sensual, exploring ideas of fetishism, eroticism and sadomasochism. Kaimin also works to challenge accepted standards of what clothing should do for the body. While Lady Gaga's outfit is custom, it is similar to Kaimin's latest Fall/Winter 2017 collection. Lady Gaga's outfit is as if Kaimin combined look 2 and look 3 of the collection in purple fabric. Lady Gaga's piece is custom so it is not available for purchase but the rest of Kaimin's collection is available to shop at The Residency and several store locations listed here. For her shoes, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing an innovative pair of black boots. The boots are from "elevated womenswear" designer Colin Horgan's collaboration with Kira Goodey Footwear created to showcase Horgan's latest collection of clothing. Both Horgan and Goodey are up-and-coming designers therefore the "Thigh High Flare Boots" are not available for purchase online. Horgan is a recent Masters Graduate in Fashion Womenswear from The Royal College Of Art in London and Goodey's brand was created in 2012 to make luxury bespoke handmade shoes, also based in London. Check out this design sketch from Kira Goodey (left) of the "Thigh High Flare Boots." Finally, Lady Gaga can be seen accenting her outfit with large earrings from celebrity favorite Laruicci. Laruiccu reposted a side-by-side photo from LaMaisonGaga of Lady Gaga's large hoop earring which features a large safety pin design inside. Unfortunately, the earrings are not available for purchase but hundreds of other jewelry designs are on larucci.com Watch the interlude in full from opening night in Vancouver, BC. By Terran Warden
    15. While getting ready to move through the arena to her piano, the third interlude film of the tour plays on a screen across the stage which features Lady Gaga, an oxygen mask, and some killer fashion. To begin, Lady Gaga and several dancers are shown together at a small house party dancing around and pouring Pinot Grigio. Lady Gaga wears a red dress from up and coming designer Olya Kosterina. Kosterina is a demi-couture conceptual designer who explores modern elegance and reinterprets classic feminine forms. The dress is Kosterina's "Ruffle Puffer Elegant Half Dress," look 6 from the Fall/Winter 2017 "Coup De Grace" collection. Kosterina's couture is not available to purchase in-stores or online rather anyone interested must email [email protected] Mid-way through the interlude film, Lady Gaga grabs a peach-colored robe and changes into it while spinning throughout the room. You may remember Lady Gaga previously wearing the same robe on Instagram when she got invited to "boy's night" May 8th, 2017. Lady Gaga's robe is a custom piece by Amsterdam designer MaryMe-JimmyPaul. MaryMe-JimmyPaul constantly push the boundaries of what is art and what is fashion with their use of shape, texture, and colours with big, sculptural works. The designers described the custom robe as "#PeachesAndCream #Barbie #dream" adding that "#PrincessPeach has got NOTHING on her" back in May on their Instagram, @marymejimmypaul. Finally, as Lady Gaga breathes in the transformative oxygen (a nod to her line "If only fame had an IV, baby, could I bear being away from you) she changes into a black outfit. Oscar Olima of OLIMAStudio has taken credit for the look describing Lady Gaga's jacket as OLIMA's "Long Fringe Patent Leather Jacket." The interlude ends with Lady Gaga putting another hat by Gladys Tamez Millinery on her head. This time, Lady Gaga is wearing the "James" hat made of black felt velour. The hat is available in multiple sizes for $365 here. Watch the interlude in full from opening night in Vancouver, BC. We will update this post when a higher quality version of the interlude is online! Stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    16. Like her first interlude film, Lady Gaga's second interlude film for the tour created iconic imagery used for the tour visuals on multiple pieces of merchandise (hopefully to be sold online after the tour.) Giving herself a break to change looks for "Just Dance," "LoveGame," and "Telephone," Lady Gaga is shown on screen in rapid scene changes almost like strobe lights wearing a white t-shirt and a black t-shirt. But focus is mainly on her accessories which feature two rhinoceros horns and large metal jewelry. Knowing Lady Gaga, her t-shirts appear to be from one of her favorite designers - Saint Laurent. The white t-shirt is Saint Laurent's "Short Sleeve Boyfriend T Shirt in White Cotton Jersey" available for $350 here and the black t-shirt, which appears to have the sleeves rolled up, is Saint Laurent's "Short Sleeve Fitted T Shirt in Black Cotton Jersey" also available for $350 here. Back to her accessories, Lady Gaga layers silver metal necklaces from designer Martine Ali (whom she has previously worn while creating the "Joanne" album). Martine Ali took to Instagram about the look calling it "the most beautiful scary photo I've ever seen." First, Lady Gaga wears Martine Ali's "Flat Link Necklace" made with "heirloom silver, sterling silver dipped brass and hand treated with patina" in New York. The necklace is 18 inches in length and adjustable, available for $225 here. Second, Lady Gaga wears Martine Ali's "Broken Ball Chain Choker" created with signature Martine Ali hardware and a key ring detail. The choker is 17 inches in length and adjustable, available for $175 here. Finally, in the tour merchandise Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing a metal hoop earring. Leading up to the tour, Justine Clenquet posted Lady Gaga wearing their earrings at late night rehearsal, and Lady Gaga previously wore Clenquet jewelry leading up to the release of the "Joanne" album. Looking through their E-shop, Lady Gaga's earring is the shorter "Eddie Hoop" from the A/W 17 collection "Fade to Grey." The brass dipped in palladium earrings are available for 50 euros here. By Terran Warden
    17. After performing her first set of songs at the Joanne World Tour, a large screen covers the stage with an interlude film while Lady Gaga changes into a new look. The first interlude is extremely Joanne with Lady Gaga driving around in a hot rod car emitting neon pink smoke. The official tour visuals, shown on the tour poster and more, are also from the first interlude. For her car ride, Lady Gaga wears a basic white tank top and denim shorts. I cannot identify Matching her album cover, Lady Gaga wears her pink hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery. The limited edition "Lady Bianca" hat made with pink felt velour was sold for $680 but was discontinued online August 15th, 2017. The hat is now sold, still for $680, as the "Joanne" here. Lady Gaga is also shown getting out of the car in a pair of thigh high boots. The metallic boots are Balenciaga's "All Time Mirror Effect Boots." They were sold through Balenciaga for $1,195 but they are now sold out. Lady Gaga added the interlude in high quality to her YouTube channel which is available to watch Lady Gaga's video ends at one minute. The full interlude from opening night in Vancouver, BC. is available to watch By Terran Warden
    18. Joanne World Tour - Look 8

      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) [caption id=attachment_3348" align="alignright" width="94] Click to enlarge.[/caption] For her encore, Lady Gaga returned to the stage in one final look to walk through the arena looking at all her "beautiful fans" before taking to the piano to perform one last track off of her Joanne album - "Million Reasons." Layered over her Zaldy outfit from "The Cure," Lady Gaga wears the iconic pink hat from the album cover with a fully crystalized floor-length trench coat. Lady Gaga's hat is the "Lady Bianca" from Gladys Tamez Millinery which was once a custom creation for Lady Gaga but is now available to everyone! The hat is made of pink felt velour with a grosgrain band with a four inch brim. The "Lady Bianca" hat is a limited edition so be sure to get your own before they run out for $680 here. Lady Gaga's floor length coat is a custom creation by Michael Schmidt Studios paved in 250,000 Swarvoski crystals! You may remember Michael Schmidt, who is an entertainment wardrobing designer, for his past work with Lady Gaga creating her glove as The Countess on American Horror Story: Hotel or the metal mesh shorts and crop top for "Perfect Illusion." Finally, Lady Gaga finished off her look in custom Giuseppe Zanotti booties from her previous outfit. Speaking exclusively with Billboard about the shoes, Zanotti describes how "designing shoes for the stage is extremely challenging and requires great attention to details. Boots and booties are usually the most requested styles because they give you the right support while dancing." Adding that while comfort is a key factor when creating performance shoes, they should also include "show-stopping elements with wearable features because shoes are key to making a successful show." To do this, Lady Gaga's booties are made with a block heel and rubber soles but decorated with a crystal band. Read Zanotti’s full interview with Billboard here. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    19. Joanne World Tour - Look 6

      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) In a quick outfit change while rising to the ceiling of the arena, Lady Gaga covers her red outfit from "Paparazzi" with a custom look by Lanotta Studio with the Haus of Gaga for the most intimate moment of the show performing "Angel Down" and delivering a speech on exactly what Joanne means to her. The outfit consists of a long blazer jacket and hat made of off-white denim and covered with lyrics from all of Lady Gaga's work along with typewriter keys created by the team of Lisa Bruno, Sandra Amador, Gina Buletta, Laura Spratt, Lady Gaga's sister Natali Germanotta, and Caroline Noble of V2Bentley. Lady Gaga's hat is a custom version of the "Marianne" from Gladys Tamez Millinery. Rather than the colors sold by Gladys Tamez, Lady Gaga's is made with custom "camel" felt velour to match her jacket. The hat is available in 4 colors - forest green, black, taupe, and white - for $645 here. Lady Gaga's blazer jacket is a custom piece from Michael Velasquez. Both were handpainted by V2Bentley who makes "one of one clothing." Lady Gaga finishes the look with the same red boots she wore previously in "Bloody Mary" as she puts the blazer and hat over the previous look. The boots are custom from Andre No. 1 Shoes. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    20. Joanne World Tour - Look 5

      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) [caption id=attachment_3322" align="alignright" width="95] Click to enlarge.[/caption] In a surprising twist, Lady Gaga performs "Bloody Mary" at the Joanne World Tour - a track which has not been performed outside of the Born This Way Ball! Fitting the theme, Lady Gaga and all her dancers perform in head to toe red. Lady Gaga then transforms into a red bodysuit and joins a group of dancers also in different red outfits for "Dancin' In Circles" and "Paparazzi." To start, Lady Gaga wears a custom red mask from Philip Treacy. Treacy is the world's most in demand hat designer and has been worn by Lady Gaga since very early on in her career, including the 2009 MTV VMA's. Next, Lady Gaga wears a custom version of Norma Kamali's "Sleeping Bag Coat." The Sleeping Bag Coat is one of the classic icons of the Norma Kamali brand that was originally designed in 1973. Lady Gaga's has been customized to include a 10 foot train but Lady Gaga's dancers for "Bloody Mary" are outfitted in the classic Sleeping Bag Coat. Norma Kamali added a blog post to her website about Lady Gaga's coat and the history of the design saying Lady Gaga's team "headed by Brandon Maxwell, came up with the idea and we took it from there to make the vision real!! Thank you to all who have a sleeping bag coat stored in your closet. Take good care of your coat and it will take good care of you!" The original version of the red Sleeping Bag Coat are available for $800 here. And the full blog post is available to read here. [caption id=attachment_3323" align="alignleft" width="212] Click to enlarge.[/caption] Underneath her coat, Lady Gaga wears another custom piece this time from DROMe. DROMe is an Italian brand designed by Marianna Rosati known for a style fusing fabrics and leather with elaborated details, favouring a minimal approach. DROMe revealed on Instagram they customized the blouse from look 24 in their Fall Winter 2017 collection. And finally, Lady Gaga wears another pair of custom boots from Los Angeles based Andre No. 1. The red boots go just below the knee and are decorated with red leather bows and metal hoops. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    21. Joanne World Tour - Look 3

      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) Heading into some of her greatest hits, Lady Gaga took the stage in a full look by Zaldy Goco - known simply as Zaldy - to perform "Just Dance," "LoveGame," and "Telephone." The Zaldy look is a leotard and long-sleeved short jacket made of "#diamondsdenimandpearls." Zaldy has worked previously with Lady Gaga on numerous iconic looks during The Fame Monster era including her "hunchback suits" and Monster Ball Tour costumes. To finish her look, Lady Gaga paired Zaldy's creations with matching knee high boots from Andre No. 1. Andre No. 1 has been crafting shoes for over five decades with a clientele that includes some of the most famous artists and actors of the world. They have also previously worked with Lady Gaga at the SuperBowl and the 2017 Grammy Awards. The look was also paired with a matching keytar encrusted in Swravoski crystals - of which there are 300,000 throughout the Joanne World Tour - and Lady Gaga's latest version of the disco stick from the SuperBowl. Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. Also be sure to check LadyGagaNow for updates from every show! By Terran Warden
    22. Joanne World Tour - Look 1

      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) Kicking off her world tour in Vancouver, BC, Lady Gaga arose on stage in an all black look accented with a bedazzled pink hat, and later her pink guitar. [caption id=attachment_3287" align="alignleft" width="150] Custom Swarvoski "Lady Bianca" by Gladys Tamez Millinery. Photo from Lady Gaga's Facebook. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Lady Gaga began with "Diamond Heart" in a custom pink hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery, originally seen in behind-the-scenes footage for Lady Gaga's Superbowl performance. The hat is a fully crystalized version of the "Lady Bianca" using Swarvoski crystals - 300,000 were used throughout the show. The "Lady Bianca" with plain pink felt velour is available for $680 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a custom jacket from designer Zaldy. Zaldy is known for his style of effortlessly confident and inherently cool costume design and created nearly all of Lady Gaga's looks for the Monster Ball 1.0 back in 2009. [caption id=attachment_3288" align="alignright" width="220] Instagram post by @zadynyc. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Zaldy posted this look on Instagram, thanking Lady Gaga for including his designs which are numerous throughout the Joanne World Tour. As "A-YO" began, Lady Gaga unzipped her jacket to reveal a custom Alexander Wang leather bodysuit. Alexander Wang described the bodysuit on Twitter as being decorated with "tattoo embroidery" and fringe. During "A-YO," Lady Gaga also added her custom pink "Falcon" guitar from Gretsch Guitars. The same custom guitar was used on Saturday Night Live, October 2016, and a white version has been used for the Dive Bar Tour, her Apple Music commercial, and much more. She then continued in this look to perform "Poker Face" and "Perfect Illusion" before leaving the stage. I have yet to identify Lady Gaga's boots, but they have a very similar design to her Wang bodysuit. If you know the designer, leave a comment or tweet us @whatgagawore! Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. By Terran Warden
    23. 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
    24. 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
    25. 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
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