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      Joanne World Tour - Look 2

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      Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC)


      joanne tour 2.jpgAfter her first interlude film, rolling in a vintage car with pink smoke, Lady Gaga returned to the stage in her second look of the night. To perform "John Wayne" and "Scheiße" she wore the full look before stripping into a bodysuit underneath for "Alejandro."

      To start, Lady Gaga wore another hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery when she arrived on stage. It was removed early on before breaking into group choreography. Matching her album cover, this hat is the "Bianca" design but in black felt velour. The 4 inch brimmed hat is available for $640 here.

      Next, Lady Gaga wears a fringe "jacket" which is a custom piece from Vex Inc. The fringe is made of latex and designed as a body piece going across Lady Gaga's arms and shoulders but leaving her chest and back open. Vex Inc. also designed accompanying outfits for Lady Gaga's dancers and is handmade in California known for their trendsetting and creative latex designs. Previously they created Lady Gaga's serpent/octopus look for the artRAVE tour.

      vex post.jpgCheck out this behind-the-scenes photo of Lady Gaga's custom latex.

      Underneath her custom latex, Lady Gaga revealed an archival bodysuit from British designer Pam Hogg. The bodysuit is look 26 from her 2012 Spring Summer "Notre Dame" collection, which means it is no longer available for purchase.

      Pam Hogg revealed on Instagram that "she bought [my catsuit] last week along with another commission."

      Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here.

      By Terran Warden

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