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    1. GRAMMYs Performance

      Date: February 10th 2019 Location: Staples Center (Los Angeles, California) After taking home three of her five nominations (two of which were for "Shallow"), Lady Gaga took to the stage with her cowriters - Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossmando, and Andrew Wyatt - to perform her latest and biggest hit, "Shallow!" Complete with a fully crystalized microphone stand, Lady Gaga wore a fully crystalized bodysuit with a deep V-neck created by her longtime collaborator Perry Meek! Perry took to Instagram to announce the design and release the design sketch of the outfit writing that "it's been a minute since collaborating with @ladygaga but so thrilled that she trusted me once again with Grammy award winning song performance outfit!" Perry was helped by Gina Buletta and Lisa Bruno who are longtime collaborators in the Haus of Gaga's costuming department. The look was finished with black patent leather ankle boots complete with fully crystalized platforms and heels - also by Perry Meek! Check out the incredible photo of the shoes Perry posted on Instagram on the right. The dimension of the look was achieving by mixing various sizes of Swarovski crystals as well as different colors of Swarovski crystals including silver, red, and blue. BONUS: Lady Gaga's makeup was slightly altered for the performance from the red carpet look. Creating a bolder look, fitting the performance. Sarah added rhinestones to her eyelids for a sparkly eyeliner as well as a bold red lip. Her exact red is Marc Jacobs Beauty's Le Marc Lip Crème in the bright shade "Oh Miley," inspired by Miley Cyrus! It is no longer available through Marc Jacobs Beauty but is still available through outside retailers like Net-A-Porter for $30 here. Check out our full coverage of the show including the full performance here! By Terran Warden
    2. Jazz and Piano Look 4

      Date: January 20th 2019 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) For her final look of the night, Lady Gaga returned to true Las Vegas style with a tuxedo - but in true Gaga fashion, it is no ordinary tuxedo! The look was another custom creation by Ralph Lauren consisting of a liquid lamé tuxedo jumpsuit finished with black Swarovski crystals along the collar. Underneath, Lady Gaga wears a classic white button-up with a black bowtie. Mother Monster started the look with a tiered skirt of iridescent silk organza and tulle that she later removed to reveal the bottom half of the liquid lamé tuxedo jumpsuit. The skirt was finished with 7,500 Swarovski crystals and worn with a beaded belt of another 2,300 black Swarovski crystals. Completing her outfit, Lady Gaga added a classic black top hat and the black pumps she started the show in. From Jimmy Choo, Lady Gaga's pumps feature a towering spike heel that measures 120mm and is made of black patent leather. Get your own pair of the "Anouk" heels for $650 here! Catch our full coverage of the show with photos, videos, and more here! By Terran Warden
    3. Jazz and Piano Look 3

      Date: January 20h 2019 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) Changing looks once again, Lady Gaga emerged on stage draped in pink fabric where she belted out some amazing jazz songs from the Great American Songbook as well as covers of her pop hits. This time, Lady Gaga opted to wear another custom outfit but this time by Paris-based fashion company Schiaparelli. Designed by Bertrand Guyon, Lady Gaga's haute couture look consists of a long cape in shocking pink silk faille complete with giant shoulders emulating a giant bow. Underneath, she wore a strapless black velvet gown made by the Schiaparelli ateliers. Accessorizing her look, Lady Gaga added black velvet gloves from British glovemakers, Cornelia James. Lady Gaga has worn this iconic brand before - this time she wears the opera length "Melissa" long velvet gloves in black, available for 85 euros here. Cornelia James is so proud they've added photos of the performance to their website (see left)! Lady Gaga's heels were never pictured beneath her cape and gown. She also switched into diamond stud earrings. Catch our full coverage of the show with photos, videos, and more here! By Terran Warden
    4. Jazz and Piano Look 2

      Date: January 20th 2019 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) It wouldn't be a Lady Gaga show without multiple outfit changes - and this show is no exception! For her second outfit of the night, Lady Gaga changed into a reinvention of her white feather Cheek to Cheek tour look (see left!) that is my favorite look of the show. Lady Gaga wears a skin-tight evening gown with a high leg slit custom made by Ralph Lauren Collection. The hand-embroidered gown has over 53,000 Swarvoski microcrystals covering the light nude fabric of the dress that make it appear to be made of only crystals. The look was then completed with an additional 250 rock crystals that cascade down the middle of the gown and around the ends of the long sleeves. Along with the incredible gown, Ralph Lauren Collection also made her a custom white feather cape to carry alongside the dress. The cape itself took over 300 hours to create! Check out Ralph Lauren's post about the look on the left. To complete her look, Lady Gaga emulated the silver of her Swarvoski crystals with a silver version of her Jimmy Choo pumps. Jimmy Choo appears to have provided all of the shoes for the show and were credited by her stylist Tom Eerebout. Unlike the "Romy 100" pumps that she typically wears from the British fashion house, Lady Gaga's pumps feature a towering spike heel that measures 120mm! This pointed toe "Anouk" pump is made with silver liquid mirror leather and is available for $725 here! Lady Gaga also wears dangling crystal earrings matching the rock crystals on her gown but were not claimed to be part of Ralph Lauren's design. I am still working to find the designer - so keep your eyes out for an update! Catch our full coverage of the show with photos, videos, and more here! By Terran Warden
    5. Jazz and Piano Look 1

      Date: January 20th 2019 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) Kicking off the Jazz and Piano portion of her Las Vegas residency, Lady Gaga emerged on stage in a stunning black look from the original promotional photo that was first released August 7th, 2018. To start, Lady Gaga wore the spiked black piece from the promotional photo by Rinaldy Yunardi. Rinaldy Yunardi is a millinery, fashion accessories and lighting designer from Jakarta, Indonesia. He began his career designing wedding tiaras in 1996 and soon expanded to fashion accessories, millinery, and art lighting. Throughout his over 20 year career, Yundari has won many awards and was even appointed as a member of the Asian Couture Federation as the only accessories designer in 2015! Her piece debuted in the "Flower Extravaganza" collection in October 2017 for a collaboration with Central Department Store in Indonesia. Because of this, I cannot find the piece available for purchase anywhere. Next, Lady Gaga wore large earrings from Laruicci but instead of the pair she originally wore in the poster, Lady Gaga opted for a new pair that is not listed on their website. However, Laruicci took to Instagram to celebrate their design being included in the show (see left). Shoutout to Gagapedia who managed to find a photo of the earrings! Lady Gaga's black sequin dress was designed by her sister Natali Germanotta who graduated from Parsons School of Design. The extreme plunging V-neck dress was constructed with help from Debra Cooper. The dress is finished with fringe starting at the high leg slit and silver crystal embellishments over the left hip, shaped similarly to a spider or a flower. What a treat - Lisa Bruno from Lady Gaga's wardrobe department shared a sketch of the dress design by Natali on Instagram, see right! Finally, Mother Monster wears black pumps from Jimmy Choo that her stylist Tom Eerebout credited for the show. Unlike the "Romy 100" pumps that she typically wears from the British fashion house, Lady Gaga's pumps feature a towering spike heel that measures 120mm! This first pair is the black patent leather version of the "Anouk" heel which are available for $650 here! Catch our full coverage of the show with photos, videos, and more here! By Terran Warden
    6. Jazz and Piano Interlude

      Release Date: January 20th 2019 Gearing up to the debut of her second show in her Las Vegas residency - Jazz and Piano - Lady Gaga released a few short snippets teasing the show on Instagram. The full video was later shown as an opening interlude to the show at Park Theater. Styled by Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador, Lady Gaga wears a beautiful gown from NEDO by Nedret Taciroglu. Taciroglu is a Turkish designer who, thankfully, reposted Lady Gaga's videos on Instagram to announce the beautiful design was one of his own creations! The mermaid gown is from the dreamy and romantic Fall Winter 2018 collection made with black velvet and lace corset along the sides of the gown. It is completed with long sleeves and slight shoulder pads, and finished with crystal flower-shaped buttons. Catch our full coverage of the show with photos, videos, and more here! By Terran Warden
    7. ENIGMA Look 6

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) Lady Gaga closed her Las Vegas residency with an encore performance of her A Star Is Born hit "Shallow" on her piano. For her encore, Lady Gaga changed into one last outfit for the show and this time brought back the same idea that the future looks a lot like the past. Thanking her fans for the past 10 year journey that landed her in Las Vegas, Lady Gaga wore simply an oversized "LADY GAGA" t-shirt with her favorite knee-high boots. Her t-shirt is a custom design by self-proclaimed artist (and not an aspiring fashion designer) Luke Vicious. The designer who describes his punk work as "stuck in the 90's" started the t-shirt as just a sketch on a napkin! He has added the original design to his only highlighted Instagram Story so we can thankfully get a closer look at it - see right! Similar to her early merchandise designs, the shirt simply says "LADY GAGA" in Luke Vicious' signature font with her very first logo of a human body covered in a lightning bolt. Dimension is added to the design of the shirt with it being purposely distressed. Luke Vicious added a chain to the top of the shirt and pins to keep the sleeve together as well as decoration along the bottom for an amazing punk look. Unfortunately, it is a custom creation not available for purchase. Lady Gaga's boots are her longtime favorites made famous in her Monster Ball Tour but have traveled around the world with her over the past 10 years. Hitting just below the knee, these black patent leather boots are fully laced in black and feature a red sole. The exact boots are the Savannah PH 420 from Ellie Shoes' "Penthouse" line and they are available for purchase through various retailers like exotic footwear warehouses online. Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon! By Terran Warden
    8. ENIGMA Look 5

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) Closing out her two-hour Las Vegas residency show, Lady Gaga performs for Enigma (her alter-ego) one last time! Dancing to her hit tracks "Born This Way" and "Bad Romance," Lady Gaga wears a full latex outfit reminiscent of the original Born This Way era latex. Created by Vex Clothing - who also created her latex look at the Joanne World Tour - Lady Gaga wears a skin-tight bodysuit covered with a dress-like jacket. The jacket is made with extended shoulders and collar similar to bug wings, and is finished with extended hips for an amazing silhouette. The jacket is later removed for "Bad Romance," but the matching elbow-length gloves remain. Check out all the photos of the look by Vex Clothing on the right and check out this behind-the-scenes video creating the look on their Instagram here! The entire look is created with latex from Yummy Gummy latex. The latex is specifically the "Colour Change" version of the "Opal Marble" latex sheets. It is available in 1x2 meter sheets from $66.25 – $145.74 depending on the thickness here. See left for a close up look of the incredible latex. The look is finished with ankle boot heels covered in the same latex to pull the look together. Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon! BONUS: Lady Gaga's dancers were also dressed in Vex Clothing creations the same way they were all dressed in matching latex during the original Born This Way era performances. Check them out on the right! The female dancers, which include Monatana Efaw, Sloan Taylor-Rabinor, and China Taylor, all wore thick latex leotards that did not have any opaqueness as Lady Gaga's did. The male dancers, which include Ian McKenzie, Victor Rojas, and Graham Bernstein, wore two different latex outfits. The first are long dresses just like the original latex dresses at the "Born This Way" GRAMMYS performance - but this time were made without sleeves. The second look is a two piece crop top and long shorts all made of the "Opal Marble" Yummy Gummy latex. All the dancers wore the same gold toned sneakers to match the shade of the latex. By Terran Warden
    9. ENIGMA Look 4

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) After surviving the malfunction in the simulation, Lady Gaga is taken to the healing place by Enigma where she performs "The Edge Of Glory" and "Alejandro" before heading to the piano. She begins seated on a bean-like chair wearing a full look designed and created by the Haus of Gaga. The outfit consists of a sparkling purple leotard with cutouts below the bust. At the first shows, the leotard was just the plain sparkly fabric but was later fully covered in purple crystals. On top of the leotard she wears a purple tubular neck brace that keeps her long hair back for a new look. Below the brace, she is draped in a see-through purple dress. Throughout "Alejandro" the neck brace and dress is removed for her to perform solely in the cutout leotard. She finishes her outfit in black leather ankle boots from Stuart Weitzman. They are the "Cling" boot in black leather which is a slightly different version of the celebrity favorite "Clinger" boot that Lady Gaga has also worn. The heel is much shorter and similar to a stiletto heel. She would later wear these same boots for her Meet and Greets at Enigma. The "Cling" boots are no longer sold through Stuart Weitzman but they are available every now and then through outside retailers. By Terran Warden
    10. ENIGMA Look 3

      Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) After being outfitted by Enigma, Lady Gaga's alter ego, in the simulation, Lady Gaga arrives back on stage atop a giant robot in one of her most futuristic looks to date! Her sci-fi bodysuit was designed and created like a giant circuit board that lit up by Asher Levine who previously worked with Lady Gaga for Rolling Stone magazine and her "Marry The Night" music video. Check out some behind-the-scenes photos of the costume's creation on the left. Levine told Vogue, "When Lady Gaga's team called to say 'we need something sci-fi,' I knew they had come to the right person. I'm like a sci-fi weird alien, anyway, always have been." To create the outfit, Levine started by hand scanning Mother Monster to make the costume fit like a second skin because "if we are making a skintight bodysuit with electricity running through it for Gaga, I need to know her exact geometry," he told Vogue. Levine, and his team, employed so many new technologies and methods that allowed them to do what they did in such a short time frame. These technologies included experimental bonding techniques and diffusion systems that wirelessly connect Lady Gaga into the stage lighting sequences and create really dynamic animation during the show. With barely a month to complete the technically complex commission, the costume was finished at 11pm on Christmas Day, driven to Las Vegas, and hand delivered by Levine himself. "We lit her up on Christmas Day," Levine noted to Vogue. "Isn't that hilarious? We were all so happy when we lit the tree." And so was Lady Gaga who asked for a round of applause to the designer according to Levine. "For someone of her caliber who has basically seen and worn everything to say that, there was something super magical about it. I'm so glad that she and her team chose us to carry out her vision." Levine's full interview with Vogue, including dozens of behind-the-scenes photos is available here. Check out our full coverage of the show here and keep an eye out for more show dates through 2020 to be announced soon! By Terran Warden
    11. ENIGMA Poster 2

      Release Date: August 13th Promoting the public sale of her Las Vegas residency tickets, Lady Gaga posted a second promotional poster for ENIGMA shot by Inez & Vinoodh and styled by Nicola Formichetti! I believe the photos were captured recently along with the first ENIGMA photo at Milk Studios in New York City July 11th. For the second photo, Lady Gaga continues her neon aesthetic with an incredible dress from Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen. Mother Monster has previously worn Van Herpen designs since the beginning of her career but very rarely (see left). From the brand new Fall 2018 "Syntopia" collection, Lady Gaga wears a corseted dress from look 10. The collection explores the new worlds that arise within synthetic biology and the intertwining relationships between the organic and the inorganic, acknowledging the current scientific shift in which biology converges with technology and visualizes the fragility and power within. Her dress is the "Mimesis" and is a perfect example of this. Made from bird's soundwave patterns that are lasercut of mylar, black cotton, red organza, and transparent black acrylic sheets, layering the silk and acrylic like a feather's architecture. Unfortunately, I cannot find this beautiful dress available for purchase anywhere online. To further accentuate her look, Nicola Formichetti added a neon mesh bodysuit underneath the dress as well as colorful tulle flowing up and behind her. Both of which were created by Diego Ferrer who has previously assisted NicoPanda. None of his work is available for purchase online but you can contact Ferrer by email at [email protected] And of course, her look was not complete with hair by Frederic Aspiras and makeup by Sarah Tanno of the Haus of Gaga! Hopefully we will get to see this full look in some promotional photos soon! Tickets for ENIGMA: The Las Vegas Residency are on sale now! Thanks to Nicola Formichetti for posting the details on this look! By Terran Warden
    12. Jazz & Piano Poster

      Release Date: August 7th 2018 Finally revealing her Las Vegas residency details, Lady Gaga announced 4 special Jazz & Piano engagements throughout the residency with the first promotional photo shot by Inez & Vinoodh and styled by Nicola Formichetti! I believe the photo was captured recently at Milk Studios in New York City July 11th while photographing the ENIGMA photos. Cropped to a tight shot, the black and white image for the special Jazz & Piano shows only reveals Lady Gaga's head piece and earrings. Both of which are phenomenal! For her head piece, Lady Gaga wore a spiked black piece from Rinaldy Yunardi. Rinaldy Yunardi is a millinery, fashion accessories and lighting designer from Jakarta, Indonesia. He began his career designing wedding tiaras in 1996 and soon expanded to fashion accessories, millinery, and art lighting. Throughout his over 20 year career, Yundari has won many awards and was even appointed as a member of the Asian Couture Federation as the only accessories designer in 2015! Her piece debuted in the "Flower Extravaganza" collection in October 2017 for a collaboration with Central Department Store in Indonesia. Because of this, I cannot find the piece available for purchase anywhere. Lady Gaga finished her look with big and beautiful earrings from LARUICCI. Igniting runways around the world Laruicci was launched in Spring 2009. Designed specifically for high-fashion editorial and international runway, LARUICCI quickly gained attention from top magazines as well as celebrities including Lady Gaga who has worn their jewelry previously. LARUICCI is comprised of tempting and glamorous necklaces, extravagant rings, and “try me if you dare” bangles and earrings created in New York City for those who belong to the night, and thrive in the spotlight. Lady Gaga's pair are the "Jupiter Moon Earrings" in sea foam combining glass, metal, and lucite for four incredible inches of length! They are available now for $300 here. Tickets for both JAZZ & PIANO and ENIGMA: The Las Vegas Residency are on sale Monday August 13th at 10am PST with presales happening now! Thanks to Nicola Formichetti for posting the details on this look! By Terran Warden
    13. ENIGMA Poster

      Release Date: August 7th 2018 Finally revealing her Las Vegas residency details, Lady Gaga announced ENIGMA with the first promotional photo shot by Inez & Vinoodh and styled by Nicola Formichetti! I believe the photos were captured recently at Milk Studios in New York City July 11th. For the first photo, we can see the upper half of Lady Gaga in the darkness accentuated with neon colors throughout her hair, lips, and dress. Lady Gaga's dress is from Laurence & Chico's Spring 2018 collection. Laurence & Chico are a Canadian duo, Laurence Li and Chico Wang, who both attended Parsons. Chico has worked with some top luxury brands including McQueen, Givenchy, Miu Miu and Lane Crawford. Their debut collection was released in Spring Summer 2016. Lady Gaga's dress is made of neon green tulle ruffles and is unfortunately not yet available for purchase online. However, you may recognize it from SZA who also wore the dress. For her accessories, Lady Gaga added black latex from Vex Clothing who she has worn and worked with several times before including her inflatable "octopus" look from the 2014 artRAVE tour. First, Lady Gaga wore Vex Clothing's classic "Latex Rubber Swim Cap." Made from .50mm latex imported from England, the cap is handmade in their Chicago studio and is complete with a silver hardware choker. Purchase your own for $110 here. Next she wore a pair of Vex Clothing gloves - that you may actually recognize from her 2015 CR Fashion Book photoshoot. The gloves were finished with incredible neon nails from an unknown designer and she placed her large pink diamond ring on top of the gloves... These "Latex Rubber Opera Gloves" are made with molded classic black latex and are imported from England. They are also available for only $60 here. Tickets for ENIGMA: The Las Vegas Residency are on sale Monday August 13th at 10am PST with presales happening now! Thanks to Nicola Formichetti for posting the details on this look! By Terran Warden
    14. Instagram Updates

      Date: June 23rd 2018 Location: Wolftrap Farm (Vienna, Virginia) Surprising the crowd at Tony Bennett's concert, Lady Gaga joined the legendary jazz singer on stage to perform several tracks together off of their collaboration album Cheek to Cheek. For the occasion, Lady Gaga wore a beautiful black gown with simple accessories for one of my favorite jazz looks she's worn! She later updated her Instagram and Twitter with some amazing photos taken backstage. Lady Gaga's gown is look 36 from Oscar de la Renta's Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection, created by Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia after de la Renta's passing in 2016. Designed in de la Renta's style of making women look beautiful not directional or edgy, the collection combines the familiar fit-and-flare silhouettes of de la Renta's party dresses, but the sheer lace bodices throughout the collection speak to a younger generation. Lady Gaga's dress is an amazing example of that made with a strapless black lace bodice with a deep plunging neckline and finished with tiers of matching black tulle. Unfortunately, the dress is not yet available for purchase online. As for her shoes, Lady Gaga is wearing a pair of black pointy toe pumps from Christian Louboutin - as a Louboutin worshipper, I would recognize them anywhere! But from the limited shots of the shoes we have, it is unclear whether they are Pigalles or So Kates. To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga started with gold earrings from designer Ana Khouri. Khouri took to their Instagram story to announce the beautiful design were theirs, see left. The earrings were declared to be the 18 karat gold "Maria" earrings but I cannot find them for sale anywhere however the "Maria" ring is available for purchase and made with a matching gold feather-like design. To finish her look, Lady Gaga added satin gloves from Cornelia James. Cornelia James is a longtime glove manufacturer who have been appointed to Her Majesty the Queen herself! Lady Gaga specifically wore their opera length "Hermione - Dutchess Satin" gloves available for 75 euros, also in colors ivory, champagne, and midnight blue, for 75 euros here. By Terran Warden
    15. Date: May 24th 2018 Location: New York City, New York After giving fans two phenomenal daytime looks outside Electric Lady Studios, Lady Gaga hit the town for a night out with friends ending in a surprise jazz show with her old pal Brian Newman! For the night, LG wore a smoking hot red dress with beautiful accessories for one of my favorite looks she has worn in awhile! First, our lady in red wore a statement dress from Christian Siriano. Her slight V-neck mini dress comes from look 69 of Siriano's 10 year anniversary collection - Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear. The dress is finished with ruffled sides for a fitted silhouette and an oversized "Ruffle Back" made of matching red tulle. The dress was available for $5,200 but is sadly no longer available for purchase. To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga started with a pair of on-trend black sunglasses. These slim cat-eye shades are from the upcoming Adam Selman x Le Specs collection - but Lady Gaga has worn several pairs from the previous collaborations in the past. Fortunately for me, the shades were included in Selman's Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection as part of look 25. Le Specs glasses are priced reasonably around $50 to $100 a pair and the new collection with these frames is set to be on sale soon! Next, Mother Monster wore a BEAUTIFUL vintage diamond necklace from New York Vintage. It is unclear whether this is made with diamonds or costume jewels but due to the size of the necklace I believe it is made with premium quality costume jewels. She also wore unidentified diamond bracelets on each wrist. Lady Gaga then wore black velvet gloves to accent her red dress and match her sunglasses and other accessories. Her "opera length" gloves come from Cornelia James; a longtime glove manufacturer who have been appointed to Her Majesty the Queen herself! Lady Gaga specifically wore their "Melissa" gloves available for $94 here. Underneath her dress, Lady Gaga wore fishnet tights from hosiery and lingerie brand Wolford. Lady Gaga has worn this specific design from Wolford through the years which are distinguishable by their "micro-net" style. They are the "Twenties Tights" creating a barely-there classic look for $53 here. Completing her look, Lady Gaga wore a fierce pair of black stiletto heels from none other than, Saint Laurent! Distinguishable by their namesake thorn, Lady Gaga's heels are the "Paris 110 Escarpin Thorn Pump" in black patent leather. They were originally sold by YSL for $725 but are now only available through rare outside retailers like Tradesy or Poshmark. No look is complete without a stunning purse to carry your belongings and LG did not disappoint! For her nighttime look, Lady Gaga carried an Azzedine Alaia bag but I have not been able to track down the exact bag in any of Alaia's collections. I will keep looking so stay tuned for an update! And if you have a tip, tweet it to us @WhatGagaWore! Big thank you to Lady Gaga's stylist Sandra Amador for helping create this amazing look and posting all the credits! By Terran Warden
    16. Joanne World Tour - Look 2

      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) After her first interlude film, rolling in a vintage car with pink smoke, Lady Gaga returned to the stage in her second look of the night. To perform "John Wayne" and "Scheiße" she wore the full look before stripping into a bodysuit underneath for "Alejandro." To start, Lady Gaga wore another hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery when she arrived on stage. It was removed early on before breaking into group choreography. Matching her album cover, this hat is the "Bianca" design but in black felt velour. The 4 inch brimmed hat is available for $640 here. Next, Lady Gaga wears a fringe "jacket" which is a custom piece from Vex Inc. The fringe is made of latex and designed as a body piece going across Lady Gaga's arms and shoulders but leaving her chest and back open. Vex Inc. also designed accompanying outfits for Lady Gaga's dancers and is handmade in California known for their trendsetting and creative latex designs. Previously they created Lady Gaga's serpent/octopus look for the artRAVE tour. Check out this behind-the-scenes photo of Lady Gaga's custom latex. Underneath her custom latex, Lady Gaga revealed an archival bodysuit from British designer Pam Hogg. The bodysuit is look 26 from her 2012 Spring Summer "Notre Dame" collection, which means it is no longer available for purchase. Pam Hogg revealed on Instagram that "she bought [my catsuit] last week along with another commission." Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. By Terran Warden
    17. Date: December 30th 2016 Location: Encore Theater at The Wynn (Las Vegas, Nevada) High quality photos from Lady Gaga's one-night-only show in Las Vegas have still not surfaced but luckily fans captured each of her looks throughout the night. Performing her own tracks "Bad Romance" and "Million Reasons", Lady Gaga wore a beautiful soft pink gown from one of my favorites, Marchesa. Created in 2004 Marchesa is known for their elegant evening where and this dress is the perfect example of it. Shoutout to FashionBombDaily on Instagram for tracking down this look. Lady Gaga's gown is look 28 from the Fall 2016 collection was once available for retail through Moda Operandi. The "ombre gown with organza layers" was originally sold for $10,995. Luckily, unlike the other fan photos, Lady Gaga's shoes could be seen! Lady Gaga's shoes are another design from Christian Louboutin called "Louloudance", a high platform sandal with a 140mm heel. The "Louloudance" sandals are available in many colors and fabrics but Lady Gaga's pair are made of feminine pink suede, matching her dress, with gold piping. They are available through MatchesFashion for 785 euros or $830 here. By Terran Warden
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