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      2018 Patron Artists Awards

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      Date: November 8th 2018 Location: Wallis Annenberg Center (Beverly Hills, California)


      11-8-18.jpgAccepting the Artists Inspiration Award for her philanthropy, Lady Gaga attended the SAG AFTRA Foundation's Patron Artists Awards in a full look from Christian Dior. Complementing her pale pink look, Sarah Tanno kept her makeup extremely light and Frederic Aspiras combed her natural hair into a simple updo.

      Designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, who's Dior debut was just recently in 2017, Lady Gaga wears look 20 from the Fall 2018 Haute Couture collection. The collection was entirely devoted to the precious dignity of beautiful but quiet clothes, pieces sculpted and pleated and constructed which her dress exemplifies.

      The strapless dress creates a beautiful silhouette with boning inside the bustier and a small belt around the waist. The skirt is finished with a flare that was tea-length on the runway but worn as more of a floor length gown on Mother Monster.

      Paired with her Dior dress, Lady Gaga wore "Sweet-D Pumps" also from Dior in powder pink calfskin leather. The sling back pumps are complete with a bow along the side of the straps, unfortunately they are not available for purchase online. However, a shorter heeled version is available on Dior's website.

      Finally, to accessorize her dainty Dior look, Lady Gaga added Peach Morganite stud earrings from Le Vian. Her exact pair are not included in Le Vian's online catalogue however.

      Watch Lady Gaga's full acceptance speech on mental health including her goals, personal story, and important facts here.

      By Terran Warden

       

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