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Date: September 10th 2018 Location: Toronto Pearson International Airport (Toronto, Ontario) After wrapping her day of press for A Star Is Born with Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga switched out her look to travel back home. A few little monsters were waiting for her outside Toronto Pearson International Airport where she stopped to greet them and gave me a better look at her new outfit. With her Fendi prints on, Lady Gaga donned look 1 from Fendi's Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection which Venturi Fendi described as “a romantic uniform for a strong and powerful woman of today.” Look 1 is a rain-coat style trench with coated wool for an amazing shine atop the "Prince of Wales" plaid motif in tones of beige and blueatop. Unfortunately, the collection is so new, it is not yet available for purchase but should be hitting stores any day now! Underneath her jacket, Lady Gaga remained in her Wolford FATAL dress she wore on Instagram earlier in the day. The dress is unique in its ability to transform - the length of the dress can be altered and transformed into a skirt or even a top! She has worn this dress in multiple shades before but this time her FATAL dress is in "Silver Cloud," available for $215 here. While posing with fans, Lady Gaga's sunglasses can be seen clearly and (as suspected) her shades are also Fendi! Also from their brand new collection, Lady Gaga accessorized with square acetate Fendi sunglasses with FF logo arms. And they are available to be fitted with prescription lenses! Made in two different colors varieties, Lady Gaga's are the black acetate with blue lenses combination available through outside retailers like Neiman Marcus for $380 here. Finally, Lady Gaga completed her look with black pumps. Unlike her previous pumps, her pair now feature black soles which have pointed me to Stuart Weitzman. Gianvito Rossi, Jimmy Choo, and Brian Atwood all use a nude/beige sole. Worn previously throughout 2014 and 2015, Lady Gaga wears the "Queen" pumps but this time instead of patent leather, she opted for a toned down matte black leather pair. Unfortunately, the style is no longer available for purchase. By Terran Warden
Release Date: September 10th 2018 Photographer: Inez and Vinoodh Inside Vogue October, Lady Gaga wears many different looks, with the first from the shoot being a simple fur atop her body while sitting inside a clawfoot bath tub. Lady Gaga's faux fur is a trench coat from Givenchy's Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection, specifically look 3. The entire collection was heavy on faux fur but this coat combines multicolored faux fur in white, light brown, and navy blue fur with quilted white lining. On the runway, the coat was shown with a brown patent leather belt with topstitched stripes tied around the waist which is sold separately. The Multicolor Faux Fur Long Coat is available for $5,320 here. Read Lady Gaga's full interview here and get your copy of Vogue October on newsstands starting September 25th! By Terran Warden
Date: September 9th 2018 Location: Toronto, Ontario Snatching the wigs of all her little monsters, Lady Gaga arrived at the Toronto International Film Festival red carpet in a curve-hugging black gown complete with a crystalized veil. Bringing us back The Countess vibes. She would later pose on the red carpet and reveal the veil to turn into a shoulder piece and back detail! The dress and veil sleeves are from Georgi Armani's Armani PrivéPrive Fall/Winter 2018 Haute Couture collection which debuted just recently in July! Shown as look 52 in the collection, the black velvet dress is finished with a bow detail along the bust and a sequin tipped hat. To accessorize, Lady Gaga added large diamond earrings again from Chopard whom she wore at the Venice Film Festival red carpet. This time, LG opted for a giant pair of dangling diamonds that are so rare Chopard has declined to reveal the value. Worn previously by Charlize Theron in 2017, Lady Gaga wears mismatched D-Flawless diamonds in the pendants of the earrings that are a 25-carat pear-shape and a 26-carat heart-shaped diamond. They came from a 342-carat diamond that was found in the Karowe Mine in Botswana. When Caroline Schedule, a co-president of Chopard, purchased the exceptional rough, she named it the Queen of Kalahari after the desert location of mine. “The energy and emotional charge emanating from this gem are truly incomparable,” explains Caroline. Experts have estimated the earrings to be worth $50 million! Waiting for photos to be released revealing Lady Gaga's shoes, so stay tuned for links to buy all her makeup products :) By Terran Warden