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      Date: November 5th 2017 Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, Indiana)

      11-5-17 Snapchat.jpgWhile backstage at the Indianapolis Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga posted two photos to her Snapchat story. In her Snaps, Lady Gaga wears a graphic white t-shirt with black pants and shoes.

      From top to bottom, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing two metal chain necklaces from Martine Ali underneath her t-shirt. Lady Gaga previously wore these two necklaces several times in Montreal. First, Lady Gaga wears Ali’s “Curb Chain Necklace” (shorter) available for $275 here. Lady Gaga’s second necklace is Ali’s “Pin Necklace” (longer) which is available for $175 here.

      willy post.jpgNext, Lady Gaga wears the "FUCK HATE T" in white from Willy Chavarria. Chavarria took to Instagram to show off the look the first time she wore it, writing that "We'll dress you [Lady Gaga] any day!" Chavarria opened his shop in 2005 with a belief that fashion "shouldn't be taken too seriously. We want you to enjoy it or simply fuck off." Chavarria clothing is intended to be non-discriminating and genderless, and features many phrases like "Bullshit," "Respect Others," and "I Need Love.'

      Lady Gaga's shirt, which she also wore before getting into her Halloween costume, is available in multiple sizes for $130 here.

      Finally, Lady Gaga brought back her "Lyndon" ankle boots from Alexander Wang. Shoutout to Star Style for tracking these boots down last year. From her large collection of ankle boots, which became a staple of the Joanne era, these Wang combat boots are made of black pebbled leather with a silver metallic accent to the tip.

      They are no longer sold through Alexander Wang but they are available through ShopBop for $850 here.

      Lady Gaga also appears to wear leggings from Nike. The word "Nike" appears to be written around her legs but the only photo is not high enough quality to get a clear view of.

       By Terran Warden

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