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    1. Date: May 24th 2019 Location: Line204 Studio (Los Angeles, California) After being spotted leaving a video shoot a few days before, Lady Gaga was sighted once again arriving at a studio. But this time she had her own crew filming her arrival... could there be another documentary in the works? For her second day filming, that we know of, Lady Gaga returned to her classic t-shirt, shorts, and ankle boots look we've gotten familiar with during the Joanne era. And here's the details of her look: From top to bottom, LG started with a pair of black glasses. Unforuntately, I never got a good view of them from the front to identify them but they look similar to the pair she wore to Brandon Maxwell's NYFW show in 2016. If you have a tip, tweet it to us @WhatGagaWore! I can identify however that she wore a new pair of Alan Crocetti earrings. Alan Crocetti is a London based jewelry house that she has worn previously like in her Coachella opening interlude film while an octopus leg hung out her mouth. This time she wore a set from the "Anarchy" collection that combines a hoop earring and an ear cuff that she wore right next to each other to mimic double ear piercings. Check out their Instagram Story announcing it was their design on the left! Made with 100% sterling silver, they are no longer sold through Alan Crocetti's online shop but they are available through many outside retailers like L'insane which sells a pair (1 for a pierced ear, 1 for an unpierced ear) for 517 euros here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a black t-shirt with the "HAUS LABORATORIES" logo spelled across in white text. This is not yet available for purchase but is suspected to be sold at the Haus of Gaga store in Las Vegas, opening May 30th. So keep an eye out for an update on this post to buy it. Her shirt was altered to have the sleeves cuffed and held up with safety pins like her final outfit at ENIGMA. I have also not yet identified her shorts but they appear to be made of black leather or a liquid lame fabric. They are finished with a harness-like strap on the back which should have made them easy to track down but I haven't come across them. Again, if you have a tip, tweet it to us @WhatGagaWore! Next up, she rocked her favorite fishnet stockings - with a large hole beneath her right butt cheek. They are the micro-net "Twenties Tights" from Wolford, available (without her stylish rips) for $53 here. Also available in nude shades "honey" and "gobi." And to complete her look, Lady Gaga once again wore her custom Giuseppe Zanotti ankle boots. The custom design is an ankle boot with front lacing and a square toe platform. They first appeared in May 2018 and she now has a pair in black, white, and silver that she wore to a bunch of her awards shows this awards season. No outfit is complete without a killer bag and this time, Mother Monster debuted a brand new one! Rather than being a bag though, Lady Gaga is actually carrying a camera in a jacket case. The bag was distinguishable by the white "SONY" text across the shoulder strap. And if you zoom into the photos, you can see the Sony camera inside the black leather! There are not many Sony camera bags available that lay at the hip like a purse so it was easy to find on their website. There is also only one version with the white text, so hers is the "LCJ-RXF Jacket For Cyber-shot™ RX100 Series." It is sold for $84.99 and you can chose the retailer of your choice through Sony here! By Terran Warden
    2. Date: May 22nd 2019 Location: Line204 Studio (Los Angeles, California) After wrapping some kind of video shoot, Lady Gaga wrapped herself up in an oversized jacket while she strutted to her car. She also added a pair of glasses to hide her face and sky-high heels. Lady Gaga wore Los Angeles based designer B James for the very first time! Made of medium vinyl, Lady Gaga wore his "Big Ass Black Coat" which is a long body hooded jacket with soft quilted lining. It has been worn by several other celebrities - most recently being Billie Eilish in XOXO Magazine. The young designer was thrilled to see Mother Monster in his design - check out what he posted on his Instagram Story on the left. It is available for $950 here. To complete her look, she brought back her custom Giuseppe Zanotti ankle boots which appear to be her new favorite. The custom design is an ankle boot with front lacing and a square toe platform. They first appeared in May 2018 and she now has a pair in black, white, and silver that she wore to a bunch of her awards shows this awards season. If you have a tip on her sunglasses, tweet them to us @WhatGagaWore! And be sure to keep an eye out as we wait for the unveiling of whatever video she shot - it is rumored to be a commercial or a music video. By Terran Warden
    3. Date: May 6th 2019 Location: The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City, New York) After months away from the spotlight following A Star Is Born awards season, Lady Gaga returned to the red (well, pink) carpet as the first arrival at the event and fed the children! We've been starving for a showstopping look and we were not just starstruck - we were starSHOOK! Taking over 15 minutes to walk the carpet, entirely alone as the first arrival of the night, Lady Gaga changed into not two, not three, but FOUR different custom looks from longtime collaborator and close friend Brandon Maxwell for quite possibly my favorite appearance of all time! Mother Monster began draped in an incredible, oversized custom hot pink opera coat made of satin silk. The coat was completed with a 25 foot train that was carried by accompanying dancers and sprung into the air for a performance art moment. The coat was finished with clasp buttons and a full zipper along the front that would later be used to reveal the next look. To accessorize, LG's head was draped in a huge matching bow that wrapped around her entire head. She would also later untie the bow to change her look completely. Beneath her incredible coat, Brandon Maxwell unzipped her to reveal a black strapless ball gown. Putting a unique spin on a classic look, the satin ball gown had an angular asymmetric bustier with slight paneling to accentuate her curves. The dress was finished with incredibly oversized hips that doubled as a petticoat beneath her pink coat and held it up for a volumized shape. But in true Gaga fashion, Brandon removed one of the hips, leaving her with an asymmetric silhouette! Removing the coat also revealed Lady Gaga's beautiful necklace for the night. Once again, LG got to premiere a new piece from Tiffany and Co's 2019 Blue Book collection. The necklace is made with ethically sourced princess-cut diamonds of over 28 total carats in a graphic, geometric choker and finished with a soft, silk-like butterfly center with wings in motion made of textured 18k yellow gold. On the red carpet, she kept the necklace rotated without the butterfly and later turned it around inside the Gala to have the butterfly on display. Check out this behind-the-scenes sketch of the necklaces design from Tiffany and Co. on the left. She also added a black umbrella matching those her dancers carried while holding up her train and playfully danced around the stairs of the entrance as if an ode to Singing in the Rain. Truly the camp queen, Lady Gaga was not done changing outfits! Brandon assisted her once again in removing her ball gown to reveal a third look! Returning back to the hot pink satin of the beginning opera coat, Lady Gaga wore a floor-length column dress with thin "spaghetti" straps. The dress was expertly tailored to sit right along the floor and with this look, she brought on the accessories! First, she added a giant brick style phone that is not actually a phone - it's a clutch! From the iconic designer Judith Leiber, Lady Gaga carried Leiber's "Black Telephone" that she opened up to reapply her lip-gloss (keep reading for the link to buy the exact gloss!) Leiber's label began in 1963 and is synonymous with novelty purses and fully crystalized creations. She then walked around the entrance kinda busy on her clutch phone. Versions of the "Call Me Brick Phone" clutches in silver and gold Swarvoski crystals are both sold for $5,695 but the all black version LG carried is not sold online. One of Lady Gaga's dancers then helped her put on a pair of beautiful sunglasses for a full Barbie fantasy! The ultra oversized sunnies are from UK-based Linda Farrow's collaboration with N°21 that follows the motifs of feminine oversized sunglasses revisited in a contemporary way through innovative use of acetate and unexpected detail. Lady Gaga's frames are the "S21 C1" with super chunky, high shine Italian acetate and adorned with Swarovski crystals, finished with the logo along the arm of the frames. They are available in black, as well as tortoiseshell and gradient, for 225 euros here. Finally, Lady Gaga unveiled her final look for the red carpet stripping down to nearly nothing, but finally exposed her incredible shoes! Created by Brandon Maxwell, Lady Gaga went back to basics in a fully crystalized black bra and black panty with black Swarvoski crystals along with matching crystalized black fishnet stockings. On her feet, she a customized version her favorite sky-high stripper boots in matching black Swarvoski crystals. The regular Pleaser "Beyond 1020" lace boots are available in matte and patent leather starting at $118 on Amazon here and are completed with a 10 inch heel and over 6 inch platform! They were customized by little monster "HausOfGee" who has recently created Swarvoski designs for Ariana Grande, Bretman Rock, and more! Thankfully he posted close-ups of the custom shoes on Instagram - check them out on the left! Towards the end of her entrance, Lady Gaga's team wheeled over a custom wagon made by longtime collaborator and set designer Marla Weinhoff full of accessories. The wagon was made in matching hot pink with gold wheels and gold "Haus of Gaga" lettering. From the wagon, she added numerous Tiffany and Co rings to many of her fingers! First she wore a 15 carat Tiffany True Ring in platinum with a diamond that's worth $1,165,000. She also wore a 6 carat pink sapphire and diamond ring (priced at $100,000), a 5 carat purple sapphire ring (priced at $70,000), a 5 carat pink spinel ring (priced at $29,000) and a 13 carat ring in platinum with rubellite and diamonds (priced at $38,000). All in all, her rings add up to just about $1,750,000. That price does not include her yellow gold butterfly necklace. On the wagon we can also see bags from Brandon Maxwell alongside the ring box, hair spray, sunglasses, etc. that she used in the performance art that was her entrance. In the front there are 3 of "The Champagne Bag" made in the USA of acrylic with brass hardware including the handle and a custom “B” turn-lock closure. The bag is out of stock now but was sold for $1,895 each. She also had 2 of "The Hat Box" which is made of the same acrylic with brass hardware and was filled with pink hats (similar to her Joanne era). The bag is available for preorder for $2,495 here. All orders will be shipped within 8 weeks of order confirmation. Neither bag includes the scarf in the photos or inside contents. Big thanks to Lady Gaga's stylists Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador for helping pin down the fine details of all of her looks and thank you to the entire Haus of Gaga that helped make the MET Gala happen - us monsters are so grateful and amazed by your work! BONUS: Lady Gaga's glam squad created an amazing look and revealed all the details so keep reading for the links to buy all the products! Her longtime makeup artist Sarah Tanno painted her for the event, and got to walk the carpet with her in part of her performance art entrance. As a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty, Sarah used entirely Marc Jacobs Beauty products, except for the incredible synthetic eyelashes. Prepping the skin is always the most important step in any makeup no matter how clean or how intense so Sarah started with the first ever Marc Jacobs Beauty skincare product, "Youthquake" Skin Moisturizer ($59). It is a multitasking moisturizer, with powerful pineapple enzymes and encapsulated sodium hyaluronate, that provides deep hydration for a glowing, makeup-ready canvas .Sarah adds "it's the perfect start to add hydration and plump the skin before makeup." Instead of foundation, Sarah used entirely "Accomplice" Concealer and Touch-Up Sticks ($32) which is sold in 17 different shades, however the exact shades used on Lady Gaga were not revealed. She then set her face by topping the skin with the "Accomplice" Instant Blurring Beauty Powder ($49). This soft focus powder creates a natural glow and comes with a built-in brush. Keeping the skin balanced and beautiful, Sarah made the focus on her intense eye makeup. In the waterline she used the "Highliner" Gel Eye Crayon ($25) in the shade Pink of Me to exaggerate the eyes. She then defined and lined the eyes with the same eyeliner but in the shade Blaquer. Finishing up, she went over the black eyeliner with "Magic Marc'er" Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner ($30) also in the shade Blaquer. Before applying her statement lashes, Sarah coated Mother Monster's in the Haus of Gaga's favorite "Velvet Noir" Major Volume Mascara ($26). It is also sold in a travel size for the on-the-go girl! The metallic gold lashes were handmade by Nicky Andrea for Sarah and Lady Gaga and are not available for purchase. On her lips, they used the 16 hour luxe longwear "Le Marc" Liquid Lip Crayon ($32) in the shade Flaming-Oh! to perfectly match the pink silk satin of her beginning opera coat and column dress. They then topped the lips with Enamored Hydrating Lip Gloss Stick in Sweet Escape! which she reapplied on the pink carpet during her third look. BONUS: Lady Gaga's hair artist, who she has worked with since 2008(!!), Frederic Aspiras created the perfect look for all 4 of her outfits. Inspired by one of herost iconic hair styles that truly stands out as a note of camp-style, Frederic decided to deconstruct her iconic blonde bob and hair bows with a new rippled wave shape and multiple mini hair bows. As an Artist Ambassador for Joico and Good Hair Day (ghd), Freddy used entirely their products to create and style this MET Gala look. Now how to get the look yourself: Start by applying Joico Defy Damage Protective Shield ($20.99) to damp hair and comb through for even distribution and protection. Then use Joico Blonde Life Brilliant Tone Violet Smoothing Foam ($21.99), starting at the roots and combing through. Next, blow dry the hair with ghd's Air Hair Dryer ($199) and the small Natural Bristle Radial Brush ($40) with a 1.1 inch barrel. Then, using the ghd Platinum+ Styler ($249) create the very defined unifromed waves all around hair. And curl under to get that rippled bubble effect. To make the mini hairbows, use Joico Joi Gel Firm ($14.99) and pin them in place along the crown of the head with bobby pins. Step by step guides to making hair bows (with hair or with fabric) can be found online. To finish, comb out the bob and make smooth with two pumps of Joico Blonde Life Brilliant Glow Brightening Oil ($22.99). Then spray with Joico Shape and Flip Turn Finishing Spray ($16.99) to mold and to hold in place. BONUS: Lady Gaga finished her look with some beautiful red nails. Her manicures are most recently done by Miho Okawara in Los Angeles but this time they were painted in New York City by Japanese nail artist Naomi Yasuda. You may remember Naomi from the "Poker Face" music video and the sets sold at Gaga's Workshop, at Barney's New York back in 2012. A red manicure matches any outfit and in this case it needed to match 4 different looks - so LG and Naomi went with "Big Apple Red" by O·P·I. This bright, shiny red nail polish, is ready to take on the world and is available for $10.50 here! By Terran Warden
    4. Date: May 5th 2019 Location: Pierre Hotel (New York City, New York) Ahead of Monday's MET Gala, or it's official name the Costume Institute Benefit, Lady Gaga headed to the Pre-Gala dinner in New York City. But before she arrived, she slayed us all with the fashion comeback we've been waiting for! And in theme with the MET Gala, she served camp fashion! Lady Gaga updated her Instagram with some amazing photos and was later spotted by fans and paparazzi outside the hotel (when she left and when she later arrived back to the hotel). Her main look is another beautiful creation by Marc Jacobs. Shown as look 34 in the Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection, the look is an oversized organza dress made of black and white stripes finished high on the thigh and complete with black and white feathers along the left shoulder - almost like a ponytail laying over the shoulder. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find the dress available for purchase through Marc Jacobs or any other online retailers. She finished her look with quite possibly my favorite shoes of all time; Pleaser's "Beyond 1020" lace ankle boots! These iconic matte black leather boots are made with an over 6 inch platform and 10 inch heel. They are available for purchase through Amazon starting at $118 (depending on size and finish) here. To accessorize, Mother Monster started with a custom black organza fascinator from famed hat-designer Philip Treacy. Treacy has become the world's most in demand hat designer. His hats are as popular with European aristocrats as with Hollywood royalty and he is widely credited for changing the perception of what a hat can be. Her fascinator is custom but a similar design can be seen in Treacy's latest Spring/Summer 2019 collection, see left. Next, Lady Gaga wears dangling diamond earrings from Tiffany and Co. They are made with a diamond stud and finished with pear-shaped/teardrop diamonds but are not available for purchase on Tiffany's webstore. Beneath her dress, Lady Gaga added a pair of black tights from luxury hosiery and women's wear company Wolford. LG most often wears Wolford tights and fishnets so it is no surprise. It is not clear which variation of black tights she is wearing as the top waistband is covered by her dress but I believe they are Wolford's basic and popular "Satin Opaque Nature Tights" in black but don't quote me on that! The Satin Opaque Nature Tights are available for $67 here however different variations like the "Velvet de Luxe 66 Tights" also look like a match which are available for $49 here. Finally, no outfit is complete without a killer handbag and Lady Gaga's bag took her look to Destination: Camp! She carries with her a micro-purse small enough for a doll but don't be fooled! This bag is a limited edition creation from luxury handbag company Delvaux. Her bag is inspired by the "Bewitching Enchantress" that they call the "Black Beauty." It is embroidered with custom-made flowers made in Agneau Satin. Each petal is meticulously formed by hand and each flower is embellished with a black pearl at its centre. Made with Lézard Métallisé in Black, metallic pigments give the bag its special scintillating quality. The entire Couture Exclusive Collection is only available at Delvaux boutiques, not sold online, but I am seeing it listed at a heft $6,000 price tag! Thanks to Lady Gaga's stylist Sandra Amador for these fashion credits! Check out UHQ photos of Lady Gaga arriving at the Pre-Gala dinner and leaving her hotel via our gallery and be sure to stay tuned for her MET Gala look this Monday! BONUS: Lady Gaga was spotted by paparazzi leaving the Pre-Gala dinner where she added some accessories we did not see before when she left her hotel. To start, she added a pair of sunglasses to help with the flash of cameras since it was now dark outside. You may recognize them from her May 2018 trip to New York City where she wore them several times. The shades are Roberi and Fraud's "Black Agnes" which they now advertise on their website with her photos! The classic cat eye shades in black acetate are available for $240 here. Next, she added a normal sized purse to hold her belongings as we all joked before that her Delvaux micro bag was made for a doll. Her bodyguard Peter carried her iconic Medium 16 Bag. Back in summer 2018, Lady Gaga was the first person in the world to debut the new design and thus her bag is custom monogrammed with "LG" in gold to match the gold hardware of the bag. The 16 Bag was designed by Slimane on his first day of arrival at Celine and is available in three different sizes. Made of 100% satinated black calfskin leather with a matching top handle, a removable shoulder strap, and an outer flat pocket under the flap, the bag is finished with a twist lock closure and a Celine padlock on a leather key cover. It is finally available for purchase, in several different leather colors, starting at $4,550 here. By Terran Warden
    5. Date: May 4th 2019 Location: unknown After 50+ days of silence, Lady Gaga returned to Instagram to post about her arrival at the 2019 MET Gala! In the photos, Lady Gaga can be seen posing in a private plane on her way to "Destination 'Camp'". Lady Gaga is co-chairing the event and is the perfect style icon for the biggest fashion event in the world as Camp is "a style or mode of personal or creative expression that is absurdly exaggerated and often fuses elements of high and popular culture." The annual event is being held Monday, May 6th around 6pm and we can't wait! Be sure to stay tuned for all the details on what she wears! For her posts, Lady Gaga poses in Marc Jacobs with some killer accessories and the details are as follows: Bringing back the 90's, Lady Gaga wore a vintage dress from Marc Jacobs' 1993 collection at Perry Ellis. You may remember the same dress featured on the cover of Elle November. The collection was ahead of its time with silk shirts made to mimic flannel, and chiffon dresses created in an homage to polyester garments clearly inspired by Seattle's grunge music scene. The collection got Marc Jacobs fired! Lady Gaga's pear-print dress is look 53 of the Spring 1993 Ready-to-Wear collection featuring a deep V-neck and open front only buttoned together below the bust. The dress is finished with a green plaid shirt attached to the waist, and was shown on the runway with a striped long sleeve shirt and tight leggings beneath. Unfortunately, because these are archival pieces, they are not readily available for purchase. However, it will occasionally pop up in second-hand retailers. Next, Lady Gaga continued her Marc Jacobs grunge look with Seattle's favorite shoes (trust me, I am from Seattle) - Dr. Marten's boots. Her pair are actually the Marc Jacobs collaboration pair which are the original 10-eye leather boot featuring a pull tab at the rear, a lace fastening, a round toe, a logo patch at the tongue, a stitch detail, a ridged rubber sole and a branded insole. They are available in several types/colors of leather but Lady Gaga's pair are the black leather (not patent) which are sold for $220 here. To accessorize, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing a necklace from some of her favorite photographers, Inez and Vinoodh. She has worn many of their jewelry designs which are usually designed with interlocking hoops and stars. Her necklace does not appear to have a star but just two interlocking hoops made of black metal on a black chain. I could not find the exact design available for purchase but a similar design, with a star included, is pictured on the right. In the second photo Lady Gaga adds a pair of sunglasses to her unshaved legs, which she believes completes the look. The pair of shades are a favorite of hers and they are the "Atlas" by Ksubi. Ksubi is an Australian fashion label founded in 1999. Lady Gaga has been wearing their "Atlas" shades since 2012 when they were released, see left. Unfortunately, they are no longer sold by Ksubi but they can be found on several sunglasses websites. I have not heard of these sites before so I do not want to link them if they are not reliable. Finally, Mother Monster is not carrying a bag but one can be seen sitting on the table beside her. The backpack is Saint Laurent's "City Backpack" in Khaki Cotton Gabardine Camouflage and Black Leather. It is a leather trimmed backpack with YSL's signature embossed exterior zip pocket and interior key clip, cell phone pocket, zip compartment and padded slot pocket. It is no longer available through Saint Laurent but the same "City" backpack is sold in several different patterns and fabrics. By Terran Warden
    6. Date: January 22nd 2019 Location: Staples Center (Los Angeles, California) After headlining in Las Vegas with her Jazz and Piano show, Lady Gaga went back to Los Angeles for the weekend to catch her good friend Elton John's concert. He is currently on his farewell tour so many celebrities were spotted at the show including LeAnn Rimes, Niall Horan, and Sam Smith. For the concert, Mother Monster wore an incredible jumpsuit with even more incredible accessories! According to DailyMail, her jumpsuit made with organza layering, metallic finish, and all-over crystals, is a custom creation by Ralph Lauren who also created several custom looks for the Jazz and Piano show. We've got the full details on all those looks as well! To accessorize, Lady Gaga started with a new pair of small shades from Vogue Eyewear's collaboration with supermodel Gigi Hadid. Thanks to Gagapedia for tracking them down! They are the VO4106S frames from the 2018 edition in light gold with pink lenses and they are available for only $139.95 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore her amazing diamond stud earrings. They are 8 carat studs from Harry Kotlar. Ariana Grande and Kylie Jenner wear the same pair a ton but thanks to StarStyle for tracking down the carat size! They are the J-6023 but pricing can only be determined by calling. She can also be seen wearing a thick diamond collar necklace similar to hers at the GRAMMYs. However I have not been able to track it down to any designer. No look is complete without a good bag and Lady Gaga never disappoints. This time she brought back her "Medium 16 Bag" from Celine which she was the first person in the world to debut over the summer. The 16 Bag was designed by Slimane on his first day of arrival at Celine and is available in three different sizes. The design of the bag is said to be based on the very Parisian way of wearing a bag and recaptures the codes of Maison Celine's historic bags with specific 60's details such as the cropped flap as well as rounded and belted effects. Made of 100% satinated black calfskin leather with a matching top handle, a removable shoulder strap, and an outer flat pocket under the flap. The bag is finished with a twist lock closure and a Celine padlock on a leather key cover. Lady Gaga's is custom monogrammed with "LG" in gold to match the gold hardware of the bag. It is finally available for purchase, in several different leather colors, starting at $4,950 here. And finally, Lady Gaga rocked her custom Giuseppe Zanotti ankle boots. They appear to be her favorite shoes as she now owns the extreme platform lace up boots in black satin, black leather, white leather, and metallic silver. This time she wore the black leather version but unfortunately being custom, they are not available for purchase and will most likely never be sold by Giuseppe Zanotti. By Terran Warden
    7. Date: February 28th 2019 Location: Los Angeles, California After being in town to film Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Lady Gaga was spotted leaving a restaurant in Los Angeles. She wore head-to-toe black with a bodysuit and leggings which I was unable to confidently identify as they have no distinguishable features. However, I was able to identify her accessories! Lady Gaga started with silver hoop earrings from celebrity favorite Jennifer Fisher Jewelry which she has worn pieces from several times. Known for her hoops, Lady Gaga's pair this time are the "Samira Hoops" in plated silver-rhodium. While these 2.5 inch earrings appear thick, they are lightweight and sold for $550 here. Next, Lady Gaga once again brought back one of her favorite jackets. In fact, she has been spotted wearing it in Los Angeles all year! From Balmain's Spring/Summer 2010 Ready-to-Wear collection, the leather jacket is accessorized with numerous silver zippers and was first spotted on her back in August 2010 and has been seen all around the world since then, see left. Unfortunately, because it is an archival piece, it is no longer available for purchase. Finally, Lady Gaga wore her custom Giuseppe Zanotti ankle boots with a large platform for a sky-high look! She wore these very shoes at The Oscars and owns the design in numerous colors and textures including black satin, black leather, white leather, and metallic silver. Check out all of the photos from the restaurant (unfortunately in pretty low quality) through our gallery here. By Terran Warden
    8. Date: March 10th 2019 Location: Los Angeles, California While laying low after awards season, Lady Gaga was spotted grabbing some groceries with her best friend Bo O'Connor in Los Angeles, California. Staying comfortable, Lady Gaga wore a stylish outfit from Aviator Nation with some killer accessories. From top to bottom, Mother Monster started with a brand new pair of sunglasses. From her favorite, Hedi Slimane, these sunglasses are described as cat eye but are not the typical cat eye shape and they are from Slimane's debut collection with Celine. Made with black acetate and finished with metallic studs and crystals, they are sold for $660 here. Next, Lady Gaga has been bringing back one of her old favorite leather jackets. From Balmain's Spring/Summer 2010 Ready-to-Wear collection, the leather jacket is accessorized with numerous silver zippers and was first spotted on her back in August 2010! It has been worn many times since then and has lately been her favorite piece in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, because it is an archival piece, it is no longer available for purchase. Underneath her jacket, Lady Gaga wore a new piece from California company Aviator Nation. She seems to be slowly unveiling that she owns every piece of their clothing. A white t-shirt can be seen sticking out of the bottom but not enough to identify. The unisex pullover hoodie is their "Smiley" in Charcoal. It is available for $168 here. Lady Gaga's sweatpants were seen before while preparing for ENIGMA, and are the "Women's Bolt Sweatpants" in Charcoal. The dark charcoal with white lightning bolt version is no longer sold through Aviator Nation but they are available through outside retailers like Nordstrom for $129 here. Finally, Lady Gaga wore an incredibly affordable pair of sneakers for her shopping trip. Made of black canvas and monochrome black rubber soles, she wears the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Low Tops in monochrome black which are only $50 here! By Terran Warden
    9. Release Date: March 7th 2019 Photographer: Jean-Paul Goude Celebrating 10 years of Lady Gaga and V Magazine, Stephan Gan (V's Editor-In-Chief) finally paired her with photographer Jean-Paul Goude for her 25th cover! The cover was photographed in Paris, August 28th 2018 before the Venice Film Festival. For her final look inside the magazine, Lady Gaga poses as Marie Antoinette in an incredible gown from Atelier Versace - Versace's Haute Couture collection. The collection is "the art of couture" as the creations explore fantasy and escapism inspired by regal decorative motifs and the imperial opulence found in the winter palace of Saint Petersburg. Empowering. Strikingly Feminine. Sensual. Lady Gaga's beautiful dress is look 10 of the Atelier Versace Fall/Winter 2018 collection, titled the "Hermitage Dress." Made of metallic silver, the dress is made with a bustier top and a structural hip/waistline leaving the legs exposed, and a full train. It is then finished with crystal flowers that start from the asymmetric right shoulder strap and flow down to the hips. Unfortunately, Atelier Versace cannot just be purchased and price tags are not given out. Inquiries and appointments can be made by contacting [email protected] Making it truly Gaga, Mother Monster finished her look with her iconic Pleaser ankle boots with a giant platform! They are the "Beyond 1020" in black patent leather with a 6 inch platform and for a 10 inch total heel! They are available now directly through Pleaser for $118.95 here. Her shoes and her Marie Antoinette style wig are both decorated in real flowers to finish absolutely stunning look! Lady Gaga was with a new team, styled by Alex Aikiu with hair by Kazue Deki and makeup by Mayia Alleaume for Maybelline. The magazine hits newsstands March 7th! By Terran Warden
    10. Release Date: March 7th 2019 Photographer: Jean-Paul Goude Celebrating 10 years of Lady Gaga and V Magazine, Stephan Gan (V's Editor-In-Chief) finally paired her with photographer Jean-Paul Goude for her 25th cover! The cover was photographed in Paris, August 28th 2018 before the Venice Film Festival. For her second look, Lady Gaga changed into what Jean-Paul Goude described as the "broken doll" in a full look by Maison Margiela. From the Fall 2018 Haute Couture collection, Lady Gaga wears an insane layered look shown as #16 in the collection. The look consists of a beige down winter coat, with a quilted yellow vest underneath, with a down blue winter vest underneath, with a blue wool coat underneath, with a plaid wool coat underneath, with a blue down winter trench coat underneath, with a black wool trench coat underneath - held together by a neon orange belt! The sleeves of the numerous jackets are gathered together and elongated to end at nearly the same point as the model's knees! Lady Gaga only has one of the outfit's arms though to fit with the broken doll theme. The concept of layering was very much the backbone of this collection and this look exemplifies that, as Galliano was drawn to the idea of “creating your own world within a world that’s very troubled at the moment.” The look is finished with a blue foam headpiece cut to look like an animated wig and the entire head is wrapped in clear plastic. Finally, Lady Gaga wears the iconic Maison Margiela "Tabi" ankle boots in cream leather but with green paint detailed to the ankles. The original "Tabi" boots can be purchased for around $700 through Maison Margiela and many outside retailers. Lady Gaga was with a new team, styled by Alex Aikiu with hair by Kazue Deki and makeup by Mayia Alleaume for Maybelline. The magazine hits newsstands March 7th! By Terran Warden
    11. Release Date: March 7th 2019 Photographer: Jean-Paul Goude Celebrating 10 years of Lady Gaga and V Magazine, Stephan Gan (V's Editor-In-Chief) finally paired her with photographer Jean-Paul Goude for her 25th cover! The cover was photographed in Paris, August 28th 2018 before the Venice Film Festival. But because Lady Gaga is one of the most photographed women, Goude turned to the cosmos and fantastical depths of his mind to create something unique. “With Gaga, we tried to bring to existence a fictitious character, straight out of my personal mythology: a sort of deity and the ruler of her very own Gagaland” he told V. And so Goude depicted Gaga in a way that was both bizarre and beautiful; extraterrestrial but with a familiar face. For her first look inside the magazine, used to announce the new cover, Lady Gaga poses as a "show girl" in Giorgio Armani's Haute Couture line - Armani Prive. Lady Gaga wears look 84 of the Fall 2018 Couture collection consisting of a long black velvet gown with a deep V-neck with a pink ostrich feather floor-length coat sprinkled with black feathers. On her feet, Lady Gaga also wears shoes from Armani Prive's Fall 2018 Couture Collection. Shown throughout the collection, Lady Gaga wears a pair of pumps featuring triangular hot pink satin with nude mesh and crystals along the top. They were also shown in the collection in black, blue, and cream, as well as mixed combinations of those colors. This amazing collection also gave us her Toronto Film Festival premiere look with the iconic black veil. To accessorize, Lady Gaga started with a pair of black gloves from Parisian glove-making company Causse Gantier which was founded in 1892! Unfortunately, from the feathers of the coat, it is impossible to see the length of her gloves and thus identify which design she is wearing. On her head, Lady Gaga wears an amazing headpiece by Shaun Leane for Alexander McQueen. The "Star" Headpiece is featured in the Museum of Savage Beauty - which gives us some amazing gallery photos - and was part of McQueen's Autumn/Winter 2007 collection. The headpiece, and it's "Moon" companion, are made from from silver sheet. The form was scored into the sheet before it was soldered down the seams. The it was inlaid with topaz Swarovski gemstone. It is not available for purchase and is an extremely valuable archival piece both in value and in history. Unlike it's original appearance, Lady Gaga added feathers and placed the headpiece so it would lay horizontally across the top of her head rather than to the right side of the head as it was originally intended. Lady Gaga also wore some amazing jewelry and thankfully I found the credits printed in the physical copy of the magazine. The middle blue and brown necklace is a vintage piece that was picked up at Galerie Argiles Paris. The top and bottom necklaces are both from Chanel's Haute Joaillerie collection which is not available for purchase. I could not locate a photo of the top choker-like necklace. However, the bottom necklace was thankfully shown at a Camélias installation in Dubai, back in 2014. The bottom necklace is part of the "Jardin de Camélias" collection and is again not available to purchase. V Magazine also credited her makeup as Maybelline Color Sensations with Swarovski gem stones. Lady Gaga was with a new team, styled by Alex Aikiu with hair by Kazue Deki and makeup by Mayia Alleaume for Maybelline. The magazine hits newsstands March 7th! By Terran Warden
    12. Date: December 28th 2018 Location: Park Theater (Las Vegas, Nevada) Following her Las Vegas Residency ENIGMA shows, Lady Gaga changes into an amazing look made for her Meet and Greets with fans who purchased Meet and Greet tickets or were invited backstage. And it is phenomenal! Lady Gaga wears an Atelier Versace purple jumpsuit with slight shoulder pads and completely encrusted in Swarvoski crystals! The jumpsuit is made of sheer fabric so the crystals are strategically placed and feature long sleeves that end past her wrists. There is also a futuristic detail where a leotard would end so that the crystals look almost like armor. Because this is a custom creation, it is not available for purchase by anyone and the value is not determined. She finishes her outfit by bringing back her 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 boots are used in the ENIGMA show for act 4 ("The Edge Of Glory", "Million Reasons," etc). The "Cling" boots are no longer sold through Stuart Weitzman but they are available every now and then through outside retailers for around $150-$200. 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
    13. Date: February 27th 2019 Location: El Capitan Entertainment Center (Hollywood, California) Appearing on late night television show Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Lady Gaga shined as a new Oscar winner to promote A Star Is Born Encore which is in select US theaters with 12 minutes of additional footage March 1st through 8th. With flawless hair and makeup by Frederic Aspiras and Sarah Tanno, Lady Gaga was styled by Tom Eerebout and Sarah Tanno in one of my favorite television appearance looks she's ever done! Lady Gaga shined in a sheer, black tulle dress from Khyeli's Spring/Summer 2019 Haute Couture collection. The credit was everywhere online and on social media, but thankfully I caught their Instagram Story before it expired - check it out on the left. Khyeli is a London based brand founded recently by Ahmed Alkhyeli who was formerly educated in architecture. Khyeli designs are driven to combine grace with power in timeless pieces. The dress is look 6 of the Spring/Summer 2019 collection and consists of a spaghetti strap leotard with a low bustier top finished with a floor length tulle skirt. The leotard is completely encrusted in black crystals while the tulle is showered in them, cascading heavily from the top and becoming lighter at the bottom. Khyeli is not available for purchase online however you can contact the designer with inquires about purchases here. On her feet, Lady Gaga wore the custom black satin Giuseppe Zanotti boots she wore beneath her gown at The Oscars. The lace up boots feature a massive square platform totaling 7 inches! She now has these same custom boots in black satin, white leather, and metallic silver. Lady Gaga accessorized with her 8 carat diamond stud earrings from Harry Kotlar. Ariana Grande and Kylie Jenner wear the same pair a ton but thanks to StarStyle for tracking down the carat size! They are the J-6023 but pricing can only be determined by calling. And finally, Lady Gaga accessorized with a new black purse complete with her Oscars trophy inside! Her new purse is from Givenchy and is the "Medium Antigona Bag." Made with smooth black box 100% calfskin leather in Italy, the Medium Antigona Bag has a trapezoid shape with triangular GIVENCHY patch, oversized zip, and metal details. It is completed with a removable shoulder strap with LG removed, two flat pockets and one interior zippered pocket. You can get your very own Medium Antigona Bag for $2,450 here. And you can catch Lady Gaga's full interview via Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s YouTube here! By Terran Warden
    14. Date: February 10th 2019 Location: Staples Center (Los Angeles, California) After winning three GRAMMY awards and taking the stage to perform "Shallow" for the very first time on TV, Lady Gaga changed looks once again for the rest of the ceremony. She was in the audience for her nominations Song of the Year and Record of the Year which went to Childish Gambino's "This Is America." Sticking with her red carpet theme, Lady Gaga continued to wear Celine by Hedi Slimane. From his debut collection with the fashion house, Lady Gaga wore a studded shirt from look 82 of the Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection. The front and back of the shirt is completely covered in silver-studs while the shoulders and sides are kept black with structured shoulder pads that go outwards rather than upwards. She also wore a black beret with a small mesh veil from look 1 of the same Celine Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection. Looking closely, the mesh veil features small decoration from black crystals keeping it elegant yet fresh. Unfortunately, I have not found any of the Celine collection available for purchase online (outside of handbags and other small leather goods). Next, Lady Gaga wore black panties and fishnet stockings instead of pants - definitely bringing back true GAGA style! Much of the panties are covered by her Celine shirt so I have not tracked them down yet. But her fishnets appear to be her go-to pair from Wolford. These micro-net tights have a seamless finish for comfort and net ends at the toes making them perfect for open-toe shoes. They are available for $53 here. Finally, Lady Gaga wore her custom Giuseppe Zanotti heels from the Golden Globes in black leather instead of the metallic silver. According to Footwear News, the shoes are a whopping seven inches tall with the large platform and heel! Speaking with Footwear News, Zanotti said the shoes took one month to create; however, he didn’t have to start from scratch, having made shoes for the star in the past. "She always gives very specific guidelines and requires shoes to be comfortable and wearable” he said. As to how to actually walk in these towering heels, Zanotti was at a loss. “I have no idea, you should definitely ask her. She is a superhero." By Terran Warden
    15. Date: February 10th 2019 Location: Staples Center (Los Angeles, California) With five total nominations at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards, Lady Gaga arrived on the red carpet with two wins already under her belt and in an amazing sequin dress that perfectly combined her classic Gaga flair with classic elegance. Covered in metallic silver sequins, Lady Gaga wears a customized version of look 86 from Celine's Spring 2019 collection which was Creative Director Hedi Slimane's debut collection with the fashion house. Instead of a cocktail style dress, Lady Gaga's customization had the dress reach the floor with a leg slit on her left side. The dress also features a large sculptural ruffle along the left side that while on the carpet Lady Gaga placed her arm between. She later joined host Alicia Keys on stage to open the show and accepted her third Grammy of the night for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with Bradley Cooper for their song "Shallow" in this look! Finishing her outfit, Lady Gaga wore an amazing pair of metallic silver platform sandals from Jimmy Choo! She has recently been seen in multiple pairs of Jimmy Choo heels and these are my favorite so far! The sandals are the "Max" in metallic silver that is nearly impossible to find online or for sale, however many other variations can be purchased. Fun fact - Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez posed together on the red carpet both wearing these Jimmy Choo "Max" sandals in two different colors/fabrics! To accessorize, Lady Gaga wore another necklace rom Tiffany and Co's "Blue Book" Collection. This time she wore the boundary-pushing necklace from the 2018 collection. The 2018 collection was the "Four Seasons of Tiffany" and the necklace was part of the Winter designs. “The Tiffany Blue Book Collection serves as a laboratory for developing groundbreaking concepts that will one day make their way into new collections. It’s where our most creative, experimental and innovative ideas begin,” says Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer, Tiffany & Co. World-class skill is required to accomplish this innovative ice-motif design of such exactitude, where the cut and placement of each diamond is carefully considered. Totaling over 91 carats, each one of the 237 uniquely cut diamonds is different and irregular—chosen specifically to fit into an intricately connecting puzzle. I know you are probably look for a price tag on this necklace, but Blue Book prices are not released as they are not for sale to just anyone in a Tiffany and Co store. They are also all in the millions. Lady Gaga also wore some incredible diamond earrings from Tiffany and Co. The earrings boast princess-cut cut diamonds of over 5 carats each—expertly crafted with small round brilliant and square diamonds in the setting. Again, a price is not available as they are not available for sale to the public. BONUS: Lady Gaga's Sarah Tanno revealed all the details on this soft grunge glam! Inspired by rock culture, Sarah calls this look "Blacquer" and wanted to created a lived in look with messed black liner smudged imperfectly - it was achieved fully with Marc Jacobs Beauty products! To start, Sarah used a "dime size" amount of "Shameless" Youthful-Look 24-Hour Foundation, complete with SPF 25, to even out Lady Gaga's skin tone. It is available for $46 here. Next, Sarah added a touch of "O!Mega Bronze" to shape her face, available for $49 here, and set her T-zone with "Finish Line" Perfecting Coconut Setting Powder, available for $44 here. To create her lived in smudged eyeliner, Sarah used the "Highliner" Gel Eye Crayon in the deepest, shiniest black "Blacquer" on the outer corners top and bottom and smudged the liner so it looked like it was put on yesterday. Get your own stick for only $25 here. To add definition she layered waterproof liquid eyeliner "Magic Marc'er" to the lash line. It is sold for $30 here. Next, Sarah added eyeshadow to diffuse the liner with the shade "Catwalk" in the new "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" in Steel(etto) and she used the shade "The Concrete" to shade her eyes naturally. The palette with the shades is available for $49 here. Her and LG decided to skip mascara and lashes. It was about the shape of the eye and not about being to glam. To finish, Sarah applied the "Enamored Hydrating Lip Gloss Stick" in the champagne shimmer shade "Sugar Sugar" to created a paled out nude, it is sold for $28 here. BONUS: Lady Gaga's hair and wig artist Frederic Aspiras revealed the details behind her beautiful rock star look and exactly how to achieve this look using Joico products and GHD (Good Hair Day) tools. Check out the step by step instructions with links to all the products below! 1. Use Joico Defy Damage Protective Shampoo and Conditioner to prevent damager and replenish moisture, leaving hair healthy and shiny. This line was just announced at the end of 2018 and debuted in Europe just three days ago! 2. Apply Joico Defy Damage Protective Shield to protect hair against mechanical and thermal damager from root to tips to damp towl dried hair. 3. Use the GHD Detangling Comb ($22) to distribute product to each section. 4. Section hair into four sections. 5. Apply Blonde Life Brilliant Tone Violet Smoothing Foam ($21.99 or $9.99 travel size) to each section before blowout. 6. Using the GHD Air Hair Dryer ($199) and the GHD Paddle Brush ($35), blow dry hair downwards with leaving minimal volume at root. 7. Frederic created two types of waves by using two different irons. The first iron is the GHD Platinum+ Style ($249) and he used it to create wide flat "S" waves throughout. The second iron is the GHD Curve Soft Curl Iron ($199) and he used it to create "curl and slide" curls throughout the hair. Mixing the two textures of curls give a more natural lived-in look. 8. Spray Joico Body Shake Texturizing Finisher ($19.99) all over the hair while shaking out waves with fingers. 9. Using the blow-dryer on cold, on the low setting, move and open up waves more while closing up hair cuticles to make the hair shiny. 10. Finish with Joico Blonde Life Brilliant Glow Brightening Oil ($22.99) on ends leaving the rest of the hair untouched. By Terran Warden
    16. Date: January 28th 2019 Location: Los Angeles, California While in Los Angeles for the Screen Actors' Guild Awards, Lady Gaga attended a private Q&A session for A Star Is Born with her costars Sam Elliott and Bradley Cooper. Lady Gaga dressed in a business casual style with a simple suit jacket and black tights. Her suit jacket appears to be from Celine's Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection as Lady Gaga is a super fan of Hedi Slimane (the new Creative Director of Celine) and has been spotted wearing the collection recently for Variety and SAG AFTRA. However, this time Lady Gaga's suit jacket fit like a men's style jacket with wider shoulders. The collection featured many variations of black wool suit jackets but hers appears to be from look 34 and 55. Unfortunately, the jacket is not available for purchase anywhere online. Also from Hedi Slimane's new Celine, Lady Gaga carried her iconic Medium 16 Bag. Back in the summer, Lady Gaga was the first person in the world to debut the new design and thus her bag is custom monogrammed with "LG" in gold to match the gold hardware of the bag. The 16 Bag was designed by Slimane on his first day of arrival at Celine and is available in three different sizes. The design of the bag is said to be based on the very Parisian way of wearing a bag and recaptures the codes of Maison Celine's historic bags with specific 60's details such as the cropped flap as well as rounded and belted effects. Made of 100% satinated black calfskin leather with a matching top handle, a removable shoulder strap, and an outer flat pocket under the flap. The bag is finished with a twist lock closure and a Celine padlock on a leather key cover. It is finally available for purchase, in several different leather colors, starting at $4,550 here. Finally, Lady Gaga brought back her black satin Gianvito Rossi pumps from the National Board of Review Awards. The iconic Gianvito pump stand on a stiletto heel of 105mm. This timeless pointy toe pump is neatly designed with pure proportions and thus wearable with any outfit from casual to red carpet as Lady Gaga displays here! The black satin Gianvito 105 Pumps are available for $695 here. Photos and videos from inside the session are extremely limited but HQ photos arriving and leaving are available via GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
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      Date: January 27th 2019 Location: Shrine Auditorium (Los Angeles, California) Nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for her work in A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga stunned when she arrived at the 2019 SAG Awards as a true vision in white! Adding drama, Lady Gaga accessorized with contrasting gold jewelry and deep red lipstick and nails. Truly breathtaking! Debuting only a week ago - Lady Gaga wears Haute Couture from Christian Dior's Spring 2019 collection! Specifically look 61, Lady Gaga's V-neck gown is a classic Dior silhouette made of white silk finished with a feather like edge. The dress is finished with flowing skirt, high leg slit, and wrapped waist creating a beautiful shape! Completing her look, Lady Gaga wore matching white pumps from Jimmy Choo. The heels are the "Anouk" in white linen liquid leather which feature an incredible 120mm stiletto heel and are worn throughout her entire Jazz and Piano Engagements in Las Vegas. They are available for purchase for $650 here. Accessorizing her look, Lady Gaga wore unique gold jewelry from the iconic Tiffany and Co. In fact, Lady Gaga's earrings and choker were the first reveal of the 2019 Tiffany Blue Book Collection! “Tiffany’s Blue Book Collection showcases our most exquisite high jewelry designs that are handcrafted by Tiffany artisans,” says chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff. “Lady Gaga embodies the bold innovation that has always been at the heart of the collection and we are thrilled to see her celebrated for her work in A Star Is Born.” First, on her ears, Lady Gaga wears unique 18 carat gold earrings from the upcoming Blue Book Collection. Tiffany and Co. described the earrings as a study of juxtaposition which mimic soft silk-like butterfly wings in motion, achieved through the textured gold. They are finished with ethically sourced diamonds from Canada. They are masterfully cushion-cut diamonds weighing in at over four total carats and create a welcome icy contrast to the warm gold. The earrings are not yet available for purchase and come at an extremely high price point. On her neck, she wears a frame choker from the upcoming Blue Book Collection that feature two Tiffany icons - the heart and the star. Made of 18k gold and platinum, Tiffany artisans deconstructed the heart and star motifs and re-created them with baguette and round brilliant diamonds, inspired by the waning pattern of the lunar cycle. Again, it is are not yet available for purchase and is priced extremely high. Finally, on her wrists, Lady Gaga layered four of the "True Narrow" Bracelet from the Tiffany T collection. The Tiffany T collection blends graphic angles and clean lines to create beautiful clarity. The intricate "True Narrow" Bracelet features an alternating pattern that echoes the collection’s iconic T motif in 18k gold. They are available in varying sizes for $4,800 each here. BONUS - Lady Gaga's glam team revealed the details behind this amazing look! Frederic Aspiras, the man behind Lady Gaga's many hair colors and styles for more than 10 years, created her slick waves and smooth finish with Joico hair products and Good Hair Day (GHD) tools. The exact techniques of which have not been revealed. As for her makeup, her makeup artist Sarah Tanno spilled all the details on exactly how to recreate her makeup! As a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty, Mother Monster wears entirely Marc Jacobs Beauty products. On her face, Sarah started by mixing the 24 hour "Shameless Foundation" ($46) with Dew Drops in "Dew You?" ($44) She then set her skin with "Finish Line" Perfecting Coconut Setting Powder ($44) and used "O!Mega Bronze" ($49) to add warmth around the face and cheekbones. On her eyes, she started with the "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" in Flamboyant ($49) to achieve a glaze-like texture with the shade "Eleganza" all over the lids and swept under the outer corner of eyes. A touch of loose gold glitter was placed in center and corner of eyes to tie into the Tiffany’s jewelry. She then used the Highliner Gel Crayon in Blacquer ($25) to tight line the eyes and blended out to create a smoked liner. Her eyes were finished with the Haus' favorite Velvet Noir Mascara ($26) to the top and bottom lashes. To get the perfect vampy pout she started by lining the lips heavily with (P)outliner Longwear Lip Pencil in Currant Mood ($24) then blended Le Marc Lip Crème in Blow ($30) into it and a pop of Le Marc Lip Crème in Dashing ($30) to the center of her lips to brighten. Check out hundreds of HQ photos on the red carpet, attending the awards, and more via GagaImages. By Terran Warden
    18. 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
    19. 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
    20. 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
    21. Date: January 7th 2019 Location: TCL Chinese Theater (Los Angeles, California) After attending the 2019 Golden Globes (and winning Best Original Song for "Shallow), Lady Gaga attended Sam Elliott's footprint ceremony at the historic TCL Chinese Theater. The entrance to the theater has over 200 handprints, footprints, and autographs from actors. For the special ceremony, Lady Gaga brought back one of my favorite Born This Way era looks (see left) with an A Star Is Born twist! Lady Gaga wore Fay's "Trench in Leather" in light blue from the Autumn/Winter 2018 collection. Inspired by 70's style, the trench is crafted in soft leather with shoulder tabs, side pockets and waist belt. Their new double-breasted jacket is characterized by sinuous lines and a feminine silhouette- a timeless classic, revisited with a glamorous twist. Made in Italy, it is available for 1,950 euros here. Beneath her jacket, Lady Gaga wore a black sweater, distinguished by the chain attached to the neckline. From there I was able to track it down as Alexander Wang's "Chain Neck Pullover." The distressed split back crewneck sweatshirt features a handlinked jewelry chain at the neck and toggle closure. It is made of 90% wool and 10% cashmere, and is available for $650 here. Lady Gaga's look was completed with my favorite heels of all time - Christian Louboutin's "So Kate" pumps in black patent leather! Owning a pair myself, I would recognize them anywhere and it is always my favorite look when Mother Monster puts on a pair! Inspired by the fervor of disco, the "So Kate" pump combines audacity with sophistication. Made of black patent leather, it hugs the foot with elegance. Atop a stiletto of 120mm, it reveals with each step the signature of the Louboutin House. They are available online for $725 here (but here's a tip - in stores they are sold for $675). Finally, Lady Gaga could be seen carrying her "Medium 16 Bag" from Celine while seated at the ceremony. Back in the summer, Lady Gaga was the first person in the world to debut the new design and thus her bag is custom monogrammed with "LG" in gold to match the gold hardware of the bag. The 16 Bag was designed by Slimane on his first day of arrival at Celine and is available in three different sizes. The design of the bag is said to be based on the very Parisian way of wearing a bag and recaptures the codes of Maison Celine's historic bags with specific 60's details such as the cropped flap as well as rounded and belted effects. Made of 100% satinated black calfskin leather with a matching top handle, a removable shoulder strap, and an outer flat pocket under the flap. The bag is finished with a twist lock closure and a Celine padlock on a leather key cover. It is finally available for purchase, in several different leather colors, starting at $4,550 here. Check out hundreds of HQ photos of Lady Gaga attending Sam Elliott's footprint ceremony via GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
    22. Date: January 6th 2019 Location: The Beverly Hilton (Beverly Hills, California) With 5 nominations for her film A Star Is Born including 2 nominations herself, for Best Lead Actress and Best Original Song, Lady Gaga attended the 2019 Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills looking like a true movie star! Keeping her makeup clean and making her hair edgy with a blue tint, Lady Gaga graced the red carpet in a customized version of look 19 from the Valentino Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2018 collection - the same collection her amazing Venice Film Festival ostrich feather gown came from! The periwinkle strapless ball gown is a simplified version of the runway dress, made with a cape creating dramatic drop sleeves and an extensive train that had to be carried by not one but two stylists - Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador! This beauty was designed and created by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli who released behind the scenes photos of the dress's creation (see left). To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga wore incredible diamonds from Tiffany and Co. Her necklace is the "Tiffany Aurora Necklace" named after Aurora Borealis (also known as the Northern Lights) and was made just for her in the New York City Tiffany workshop! Her Tiffany diamonds extended beyond her neck with cluster diamond earrings and diamond bracelets around her wrist. Allowing her gown to drape beautifully against the carpet, Lady Gaga wore giant heels from Giuseppe Zanotti! She flashed these custom beauties to E News! for just a moment and they are not pictured on the carpet - but are extremely high-heeled silver ankle boots that her stylists Tom and Sandra showed fans on their Instagram stories! Check out HQ photos from the red carpet, presenting with Bradley Cooper, accepting her award, and more via GagaImages! BONUS: Lady Gaga's "icy smokey" makeup was done by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno who is a Global Artistry Ambassador for Marc Jacobs Beauty, thus her entire look was created with Marc Beauty products and we've got the scoop! For her eyes, Sarah began by combining eyeshadow and glitter. The cool-toned eyeshadows are from the Frivoluxe 730 "Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette" which is sold for only $49 here. The glitter is Marc Beauty's "See-Quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow" in icy opal shade Flashlight. Flashlight is no longer available through Marc Beauty but it is still available through Sephora for only $28 here. Next, Sarah lined her eyes with her favorite "Highliner Gel Eye Crayon" in the deepest, shiniest black Blacquer. It is available here for $25. She then finished her lashes with the Haus of Gaga's favorite mascara, the "Velvet Noir" major volume mascara. It is available in a full size for $26 here or in a travel size for only $14 here. Finally for her lips, Sarah first swiped on the "New Nudes Sheer Gel Lipstick" in brownish nude shade Moody Margot 106 for $30 here. She then layered on a champagne gold shimmer with the "Enamored Hi Shine Gloss Lip Lacquer" in Sugar Sugar 312. It is available for $28 here. BONUS: Lady Gaga's tinted updo was created by her longtime hair artist Frederic Aspiras with all Joico products, and Freddie was kind enough to give us the instructions to recreating this look on Instagram! Joico products are available to professionals only at beauty supply stores so there will be no reliable links to purchase these products online. However, the Good Hair Day (GHD) styling tools are available for purchase and listed below! To achieve the color, first create a "brilliant blonde" using Joico's Blonde Life Lightener. To add the beautiful "Cerulean Blue" tint, mix Joico's Color Intensity in shades Sky and Rose with Clear Mixer. To achieve the style, first comb Joico Blonde Life Brightening Veil throughout with a wide tooth Good Hair Day comb. Then use a 1-inch round boar bristle brush and Good Hair Day "Air" blow-dryer on high heat and medium speed. Run the Good Hair Day Platinum + throughout the hair to create smooth finish and spray Joico Body Shake throughout. Next, using the Good Hair Day boar bristle paddle brush, sweep the hair up into ponytail. Wrap and twist hair into a half bun leaving end of hair out parted to each side of head. Wrap the ends of the hair around 1.5 inch Good Hair Day curling iron to create long lasting curl. Finish by spraying Joico Humidity Blocker Finishing Spray throughout. Purchase Freddie's tools below: GHD Wide Tooth Comb ($22) GHD 1 inch Round Boar Bristle Brush ($40) GHD Air ($199) GHD Platinum + ($249) GHD Paddle Brush ($35) GHD 1.5 inch Curling Iron ($199) By Terran Warden
    23. 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
    24. Date: November 20th 2018 Location: Linwood Dunn Theater (Los Angeles, California) Continuing promotion for their film A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga, director Bradley Cooper, and supporting actor Sam Elliott sat down with SAG AFTRA Foundation after a screening of the film to answer questions as part of the "Conversations" series. For the Q&A panel, Lady Gaga wore another great suit from Celine. Shown as look 6 in the Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection - the first collection under Hedi Slimane - this unisex black suit consists of a single-breasted black wool blazer and front-pleated black trousers. Unfortunately, the collection is not yet available for purchase. Unlike the runway version of the suit, Lady Gaga paired her blazer with a black button-up shirt opted out of the slim black tie. For her shoes, Lady Gaga wore designer Taro Ishida for the first time. And yes, that is a price sticker on the bottom of her foot. This brand new design is the "Nephthys Pump" made of hand dyed embroidered black python, featuring a glossy finish and metal cap toe embellishment with handcut semi precious Black Agate stone. These incredible 105mm heels were available shortly through M'Oda Operandi for $4,715 but they are no longer available. Catch the entire panel via SAG AFTRA Foundation's YouTube here. By Terran Warden
    25. Date: November 17th 2018 Location: Goya Studios (Los Angeles, California) Coinciding with her new Variety Magazine cover, Lady Gaga joined Lin-Manuel Miranda for her second episode of "Actors on Actors." She originally filmed an episode with Jamie Lee Curtis in 2016 following her debut on American Horror Story: Hotel. For the new episode, Lady Gaga opted for another men's suit but unlike her Elle Women in Hollywood suit, her look was exquisitely tailored to her body. Lady Gaga's suit is from Celine's Summer 2019 collection which is the first collection under the creative direction of Hedi Slimane formerly of Saint Laurent who Mother Monster has been obsessed with. Her outfit appears to be from an off-the-runway look but a very similar look with a suit jacket and trousers was shown as look 2 in the runway show. Unlike the runway, Lady Gaga's suit jacket is finished with gold-tone buttons while the runway used black and underneath her jacket Lady Gaga wears a black satin button-up. Unfortunately, none of the collection has gone up for sale just yet. To accessorize, Lady Gaga opted for a pop of color with her heels wearing gold pumps. Her pumps are Casadei's "Blade" in gleaming gold metallic nappa leather. Casadei's "Blade" pumps are instantly recognizable by the elegant and sharp pointed toe and the iconic "Blade" heel with its unique curve. The gold "Blade" pumps are available for $725 here. Completing her look, Lady Gaga wore a pair of extremely unique "ear pins" from LA based jewelry designer KATKIM. KATKIM's ear pins are designed to subtlety hook over the top of the ear and through the pierced lobe for a minimal graphic line that makes a distinctive yet timeless earring. Lady Gaga's ear pins are the "Floating Baguette," crafted of polished 18k gold with a floating 0.30 carat baguette diamond. Inspired by the simplicity and elegance of the safety pin, they are available for purchase for $1,600 here. Please allow two to four weeks for production as all KATKIM pieces are made to order. Big thanks to Lady Gaga's styling team of Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador for the credits! The air date for Lady Gaga's episode has not yet been announced but season 7 begins to air in January 2019. In the meantime, check out all the HQ photos from filming via GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
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