Date: February 8th 2017 Location: Venice Beach (Los Angeles, California)
For his Spring 2017 Ready-To-Wear fashion show, Tommy Hilfiger took over Venice Beach with the historic Venice trestle sign lit up to say "Tommyland" along with carnival rides, food vendors, and entertainment. Among the celebrity attendees was Lady Gaga (along with her rumored new boyfriend!)
Lady Gaga was also seen earlier in the day arriving at a friend's house in Brentwood, California wearing the same look. For her visit Lady Gaga added a black sweatshirt with patches by Tommy Hilfiger. I have not found the item for sale yet.
For the fashion show, Lady Gaga attended in theme wearing Tommy Hilfiger! Lady Gaga's outfit comes from Hilfiger's most recent collection before the show; Fall 2016 Ready-To-Wear.
Lady Gaga's top was not shown in the runway show but was sold in-stores. However, Lady Gaga's bottoms come from look 62 in the collection. The entire collection was created to explore Hilfiger's love of a nautical theme so both pieces feature the same intricate pattern of blue nautical ropes and bright flowers. The same design was also shown on a dress with look 60.
Lady Gaga's shoes are also from Tommy Hilfiger's Fall 2016 Ready-To-Wear collection. The shoes were shown in look 49 on the runway. Unfortunately, I cannot find any online retailers selling Lady Gaga's Tommy Hilfiger clothing.
To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga wore a necklace from VSA Designs. VSA designs stands for "Virgins, Saints, Angels" and Lady Gaga's necklace features religious imagery. Lady Gaga's "Magdalena Cross Necklace" in gold with black diamonds is available through The Giving Tree for $231 here. VSA Designs has select pieces available on their website and is also available through Nordstrom.
Lady Gaga also wore custom stick-on makeup from Face Lace by Phyllis Cohen similar to the custom Face Lace pieces she wore during the beginning of her Super Bow Halftime Show.
And finally, Lady Gaga carried her Hermes "Kelly" Box Bag in black calf leather. The bag is available through many retailers including FarFetch for $10,400 here.
By Terran Warden