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      11-21-17 Instagram.jpgDate: November 21st 2017 Location: PPG Paints Arena (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

      Continuing the #HausEditorial, Lady Gaga had another photoshoot after her Joanne World Tour in Pittsburgh in a bold blue look with even bolder makeup.

      Serving "sexy, chic, 70's vibes," Lady Gaga wore a bright floor-length dress in blue sequin fabric from Cheng-Huai Chuang. The dress just debuted in the Spring/Summer 2018 collection which featured a wide variety of pure sequin fabric looks in dresses, sets, and more.

      weddings-2015-02-2-lady-gaga-wedding-dresses-wedding-gowns-celebrity-weddings-0220-1-main.jpgChuang is a fashion designer and brand based in New York City which debuted in 2010. Lady Gaga wore Chuang one time previously in December 2014 while leaving her New York City apartment.

      The collection has only been shown on Instagram so far, and Chuang fashion can only be purchased by email at [email protected]

      She finished her look with vintage jewelry from stylists Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador. Her shoes are not visible underneath the dress in any of the photos.

      Lady Gaga's makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, did not reveal the products she used to create this "#extremevibes" look of neon green eyeshadow and overlined nude lips. But she did reveal a trick to getting the same intensity - apply pale pink eyeliner as a base. Sarah used Marc Jacobs' Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon in "Pink of Me," shade 59.

      The eyeliner is available for $25 here.

      By Terran Warden

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