Date: June 25th 2018 Location: New York City, New York
After celebrating Pride in New York City, Lady Gaga stopped by a Born This Way Foundation event at SoulCycle before hitting the streets of Manhattan and eventually arriving at Electric Lady Studios... dying to know what she's working on in there!
From top to bottom, Lady Gaga started with sunglasses from unisex company Bonnie Clyde. Bonnie Clyde is an up-and-coming celebrity favorite worn previously by Kehlani, Tinashe, and more. Bonnie Clyde posted the candids on their Instagram story which they've added to their highlights, see left.
Her slim cat-eye sunglasses are the "Layer Cake" frames in the shade "Coffee Toffee" which feature layered acetate in black accented with tortoise acetate. They are available, also in several other color combinations, for $118 here.
Next, Lady Gaga wore a made-to-order exclusive from House of Holland. Made of polyester and wool, the "Orange Tailored Suit Jacket" features a straight through waist with an open lapel collar and two front pockets. The jacket can be styled with a fitted waist as Lady Gaga's is and is available in every color of the rainbow. 25% of the revenue generated will be donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust, a LGBT Youth Homelessness charity focused on supporting young people living in hostile environments after coming out, to continue supporting their amazing work within the LGBT Youth community.
Purchase your own House of Holland jacket, and thus donate to the Albert Kennedy Trust, for 550 euros here.
Underneath her jacket, Lady Gaga wore her signature fishnet tights from Wolford. These micro-net tights provide a seamless finish with a comfortable sewn-on waistband and net ends at the toes making them perfect for open-toed shoes. They are available in many colors, Lady Gaga always wears black, for $53 here.
Finally, Lady Gaga wore a new pair of Giuseppe Zanotti boots. She would later wear these same shoes throughout her week in NYC. The shoes are a black lace up boot complete with 6 inch stiletto heels. Speaking with InStyle, Zanotti says "I have always been a fan of Gaga and her music. I like the fact that she plays with fashion and style. I have created many custom shoes from the big stage of her "Joanne" World Tour, to red carpets, to everyday looks. It always amazes me how she combines my skyscraper heels with her eclectic outfits."
To finish her look, Lady Gaga carried a new black leather purse. This time, her bag is from Uruguay born, New York based designer Gabriela Hearst. This unique top handle bag is made with Nappa black leather and finished with rose gold hardware but is made in many different leather colors as well as suede and snakeskin. Unfortunately, the bag is sold out on all retailers. However, you can submit your information to a waiting list here.
Beneath her long blonde locks, Lady Gaga wore a pair of asymmetric gold hoop earrings. They can only vaguely be seen so I have not yet identified them as well as her choker necklace. If you have a tip, tweet it to us @WhatGagaWore.
By Terran Warden