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      Venice Film Festival Photocall

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      Date: August 31st 2018 Location: Venice Film Festival (Venice, Italy)

      8-31-18 look 1.jpgLeading up to the world premiere of her film A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga joined Bradley Cooper at their Venice Film Festival photocall. Photocall is a session for press to take photos as well as give a press conference to promote their film. Keeping it simple, Lady Gaga donned a beautiful white dress with black accessories.

      ca998fca16052e19236c4f35debef184.jpgLady Gaga's white jersey A-line dress is from Azzedine Alaia's upcoming Spring/Summer 2019 collection which has yet to debut but thanks to the label themselves we now know one of the looks coming in the collection. Stopping at the ankle, Lady Gaga's dress may look familiar to you as it features an Alaia signature from the 90's - the multiple spaghetti style straps which she wore back at the 2017 American Music Awards, see left.

      Her simple diamond stud earrings are said to be from Lorraine Shwartz.

      To complete her look, Lady Gaga paired black heels with a black bag. The shoes are Brian Atwood's "Valerie" heels in black satin. Unfortunately, they appear to be sold out at all online retailers. However, they are still available in different colors and fabrics for under $300. Thanks to DailyMail for tracking them now! And thanks to Tom Eerebout, Sandra Amador, and Kayla Manjarrez for styling the look!

      Finally, to finish off her look, Lady Gaga carried a new bag from Mark Cross while stepping out of the boat when she arrived. Lady Gaga has previously carried the bag in brown leather, but today she carried the "Grace Small Box" in Saffiano black with gold-plated brass hardware. Inspired by the overnight case created for Grace Kelly in Rear Window, the bag is a top handle handbag with an adjustable and detachable leather shoulder strap. Lady Gaga's is available for $2,295 here and is also available in a wide variety of colors and patterns.

      By Terran Warden


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