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.
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