Date: January 8th 2019 Location: Cipriani 42nd Street (New York City, New York)
A star has truly been born this awards season and her name is Gaga. Having left us all gagged and begging for more, there hasn't been a single event it seems, that Lady Gaga hasn't turned a look, and The National Board of Review Awards was no exception.
The National Board of Review is an American film organization that chooses what they believe are the best works in film from the year.
Lady Gaga arrived (last of course) at Cipriani's 42nd Street location in Midtown Manhattan to accept the Best Actress Award for her work in, A Star is Born.
Serving us nothing but elegance, she donned a black custom tuxedo gown made for her by Ralph Lauren. The gown which was embellished with reportedly 23,000 black crystals, double breasted front with a plunging neckline, a sexy high slit, and a flowing train.
Not to be outdone, it was accompanied by the pièce de résistance, a black and gold shrug made of feathers, the gold in fact were hand painted. The shrug was featured in Ralph Lauren's 2012 Fall Runway show. Instead of wearing the shrug, she opted to hold it more like a purse, using it as a prop to pose all night long.
Her formerly periwinkle hair was returned back to her signature platinum blonde and was slicked back in short curls below her ears. Wearing subtle makeup, Gaga did sport a stunning red lip, just emphasizing that she has now mastered old Hollywood glamour.
Keeping glamour as a top priority, she accessorized the look with black satin Gianvito Rossi pumps ($695) and Messika spiral earrings from their new high jewelry collection, the price of which, is only available on demand.