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      Leaving AT&T Park

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      Date: August 13th 2017 Location: AT&T Park (San Francisco, California)

      8-13-17.jpgAfter performing in her first United States stadium for another sold out show on the Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga was spotted by fans while giving money to the homeless and leaving the arena.

      Photos and videos from fans are pretty low quality while leaving the arena, but Lady Gaga was seen wearing a bomber jacket and black hat with her white tour booties.

      Lady Gaga's hat is another Gladys Tamez Millinery piece. Gladys Tamez has been referring to the hat as her "#JohnWayne hat" as it is used during the song on Joanne World Tour. The hat is actually the "Bianca" in black, available for $645 here.

      This hat has been slightly customized to have a black snakeskin band instead of grosgrain, and also includes an extremely long feather on the left side.

      In one fan video, Lady Gaga can be seen getting into her car which shows her personalized bomber jacket from M.A.P. The brand was founded by Marcus Austin-Paglialonga in 2016 with the goal of creating elevated, everyday silhouettes without ego, that fit into every wardrobe.

      Lady Gaga previously wore the jacket (in two different shades) leading up to the release of the "Million Reasons" music video.

      Because M.A.P. is a smaller brand, only a small selection of their pieces are available online which do not include the original bomber jacket. However, they have pieces sold through a variety of stockists. Check the list here for a location near you.

      Check out videos of Lady Gaga leaving AT&T Park below.



      By Terran Warden

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