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    1. Date: August 22nd 2017 Location: Cleveland, Ohio With a day off in her makeup artist Sarah Tanno's hometown, Lady Gaga and the Haus of Gaga spent the day at a backyard barbeque and house party hosted by Sarah. The day was complete with dance captain Asiel's jerk chicken, sumo wrestling, and campfires. Before the party, Lady Gaga updated her Instagram wearing her full outfit while waiting for her ride from Sarah. She later posted at the party without her jacket and accessories. And ended the night in a completely different shirt. From the beginning, Lady Gaga started in her pink Gladys Tamez Millinery hat from the cover of "Joanne." The hat was custom but is now available in a limited edition for $680 here. She accessorized the hat with a pair of light blue sunglasses and her large hoop earrings, worn the night before while leaving the Joanne World Tour in St. Paul, Minnesota. Lady Gaga covered up her outfit in a denim jacket, matching her blue glasses for a complete look. Lady Gaga's jacket comes from look 10 in Neith Nyer's Resort 2018 collection. Neith Nyer is the fashion label created by Brazilian designer Francisco Terra, formerly of Givenchy. Neith Nyer releases only one collection annually. The resort 2018 collection had strong #JoanneVibes with lots of denim, pink, boots, and hats. Lady Gaga's jacket features pink stitching around the button holes and is available only through contacting Neith Nyer via email at [email protected] At the party, Lady Gaga revealed the light pink shirt she had under her jacket. Lady Gaga's shirt is from New York label Peel's, created by Jerome Peel. A few years ago, he’d created a revamped version of his father’s old mechanic’s shirt as a gift. “I liked it, so I made one for myself,” says Peel. “People quickly started asking where it came from and that’s pretty much how it all started.” Lady Gaga's shirt is Peel's signature shirt in "Dyed Pink Rose" and her patch has been customized to say "Lady Gaga." The shirt with a custom embroidery name, up to 10 characters, is available for $72 here. For her final look of the day, Lady Gaga changed into a Saint Laurent t-shirt. Lady Gaga's shirt is the "Classic Short Sleeve T-Shirt In Ivory And Black SL Musical Notes," made of cotton jersey. The shirt is no longer sold through Saint Laurent's website, as they've moved on to the Winter collection, but it is still available through other retailers like ModeSens which has the shirt for $350 here. From Lady Gaga's 5th post, and her manager Bobby Campbell's Instagram story, the bottom half of Lady Gaga's outfit was pair of denim jeans and black boots. Her jeans have a distinctive pattern with two different shades of denim thus I have not tracked down her jeans yet. Stay tuned for an update when I do. Her shoes are another pair of Saint Laurent ankle boots, that she later wore in red while at Wrigley Field. The "Anita 85 Boot in Black Leather" are no longer available through Saint Laurent but they are available for $1,095 on FarFetch here. By Terran Warden
    2. Date: August 21st 2017 Location: St. Paul, Minnesota For the first time since 1918, a total solar eclipse passed from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast in a band visible across the entire contiguous United States! A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the earth and the sun obscuring the sun. For the historic event, Lady Gaga watched from the rooftop of her hotel with lyrics to her 2013 song "Venus" written across her hands. In her Instagram post, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing an exquisite dress that is unmistakably Saint Laurent, from the runway show she attended with Justin Bieber. While her protective eclipse glasses were around her neck, Lady Gaga wore a pair of regular sunglasses from Grey Ant Eyewear. Grey Ant Eyewear handmakes both optical and sunglasses in Italy and Japan in limited quantities and has been seen on other celebrities including Kourtney Kardashian and Future. Grey Ant took to their Instagram, @greyant, to post which sunglasses Lady Gaga was wearing and they are Grey Ant's "CHAT" in black and gold. Built like an aviator but looks like a cateye, the sunglasses are available for $125 here. From the same collection as her 30th birthday dress and other pieces she's worn, Lady Gaga's dress is the "Peacock Feather-Embroidered V-Neck Dress" from the Pre-Fall 2016 collection. The dress features a plunging neck and fluttering fluted sleeves, meticulously stitched gold feathers, and finished with a hand-applied scattering of sequins. The dress is originally sold for $15,185 but is now on sale for $6,074 through ModeSens here. In a delayed Snapchat story, Lady Gaga's shoes can also be seen and they are another pair of ankle booties. Previously worn before, her booties are Saint Laurent's "Babies" in red velvet. The block heel boots are available through MatchesFashion, originally for $806 but now discounted to $483, here. To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga wore jewelry from now New York based Edgar Mosa. Mosa is an artist born in Lisbon, Portugal where he was trained as a goldsmith at the age of 14. Just like when she was in Seattle, Lady Gaga wore two different earrings from Mosa as well as a bracelet. Check out Mosa's Instagram post about it. Lady Gaga's right earring is Mosa's "Cursive Tear Torrent Earring" composed of handmade chain links each shaped into a tear. The links cluster as they fall and moves gently, swinging as you walk. Handmade of solid brass, and gold dipped in 14K gold, they are available for $260 here. Lady Gaga's left earring is Mosa's "Orbit Tear Earring" composed of hand coiled circles that ascend and decrease in size, creating a very slight teardrop shape. They move extremely well, swinging and spiraling as you walk and collapse so you won't harm another while embracing. Handmade of solid bronze, and dipped in blackened silver, they are available for $350 here. Finally, Lady Gaga wears Mosa's "T Closure Bracelet." This contemporary and sophisticated piece stands out in the crowd due its bold figure yet subtle delicacy. The bracelet is 8 inches long and made of solid bronze and dipped in gold. Get your very own for $530 here. Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing a pair of glasses I have yet to identify. I will update this post when I find them so stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    3. Date: August 19th 2017 Location: CenturyLink Center (Omaha, Nebraska) After performing "Applause" while moving to the piano at the back of the arena, Lady Gaga put a new jacket over her bodysuit before performing "Come to Mama." She then removed the jacket to perform "You and I" - a special addition for Nebraska. Lady Gaga's jacket is another custom piece by Richard Quinn, who also made the black bodysuit underneath. The oversized jacket is made of the same floral fabric used to accent Lady Gaga's right sleeve - Quinn's trademark aesthetic. Quinn is a London-based designer who’s label was established recently in 2016. Seamstress Elodie Laurent worked to create the designs for Lady Gaga and her dancers, and posted this behind-the-scenes look at the outfits on Instagram. Check out Lady Gaga's jacket hanging second from the right. For all the details on Lady Gaga's original look including her custom heels, see our post here. By Terran Warden
    4. Date: August 18th 2017 Location: Omaha, Nebraska The day before her concert in Omaha, Nebraska, Lady Gaga was spotted by fans and posed for photos. In the photo with fan Paul Francis, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing unique black sunglasses and a colorful sweater through the window of her SUV. Lady Gaga's sunglasses are a now-vintage pair of frames from Anna-Karin Karlsson. Karlsson is a Swedish designer Lady Gaga has worn many times in the past starting in her 2012 Born This Way Ball travels. The sunglasses are Karlsson's "Black Horse" design which have a curved frame, forming a horse with the head on top of the right eye and tail on top of the left eye. Lady Gaga previously wore the same pair while at the airport April 19th, 2015 when Koji was just a baby. Unfortunately, the sunglasses are no longer available for purchase through Karlsson and they were last seen online for $604. Lady Gaga's colorful sweater is from Gucci's recent Resort 2017 collection featuring the Bengal tiger print used throughout the collection. Lady Gaga is obviously wearing a women's size but the only sweater available for purchase through Gucci is children's... Made of pink cotton, the shirt is available in sizes 4 years to 12 years for $325 here. By Terran Warden
    5. Date: August 13th 2017 Location: AT&T Park (San Francisco, California) After performing in her first United States stadium for another sold out show on the Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga was spotted by fans while giving money to the homeless and leaving the arena. Photos and videos from fans are pretty low quality while leaving the arena, but Lady Gaga was seen wearing a bomber jacket and black hat with her white tour booties. Lady Gaga's hat is another Gladys Tamez Millinery piece. Gladys Tamez has been referring to the hat as her "#JohnWayne hat" as it is used during the song on Joanne World Tour. The hat is actually the "Bianca" in black, available for $645 here. This hat has been slightly customized to have a black snakeskin band instead of grosgrain, and also includes an extremely long feather on the left side. In one fan video, Lady Gaga can be seen getting into her car which shows her personalized bomber jacket from M.A.P. The brand was founded by Marcus Austin-Paglialonga in 2016 with the goal of creating elevated, everyday silhouettes without ego, that fit into every wardrobe. Lady Gaga previously wore the jacket (in two different shades) leading up to the release of the "Million Reasons" music video. Because M.A.P. is a smaller brand, only a small selection of their pieces are available online which do not include the original bomber jacket. However, they have pieces sold through a variety of stockists. Check the list here for a location near you. Check out videos of Lady Gaga leaving AT&T Park below. https://www.instagram.com/p/BXyFlzgjJc0/?taken-by=monster4lifenews https://www.instagram.com/p/BXyJrYUjqPl/?taken-by=monster4lifenews By Terran Warden
    6. Date: August 11th 2017 Location: T-Mobile Arena (Las Vegas, Nevada) [caption id=attachment_3416" align="alignright" width="233] Click to enlarge.[/caption] After doing four shows in her first Ultimate Backstage photo opportunity look, Lady Gaga changed into a new but similar outfit for her photos in Las Vegas. Instead of a white crop top and denim shorts, Lady Gaga wore a black crop top with matching black shorts. The shirt and shorts were custom made by Vinyl Lifestyle of the Haus of Gaga who also made the white crop top. This time the shirt and shorts are both covered in black Swarvoski crystals. Lady Gaga can be seen holding her pink hat from the "Joanne" album cover. Previously she held a custom pink hat with Swarvoski crystals around the brim. This original "Joanne" hat is made by Gladys Tamez Millinery and is available for $680 here. Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing a different pair of sunglasses - silver framed aviators. We're working on tracking them down. So stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    7. Date: August 8th 2017 Location: The Forum (Inglewood, California) Leading up to her first of three sold-out nights at The Forum, Lady Gaga updated her Instagram with a photo of herself under a neon sign the venue created just for her backstage. In her post, Lady Gaga wears a full look from Blue Roses (see left) - a new solo fashion label created by Edward Meadham in 2016. Meadham was formerly one half of London’s legendary Meadham Kirchhoff. First, Lady Gaga's top is the "Tarantulas Arms-print Long-sleeved T-shirt" from the debut collection. Surrealist prints are a key part of the collection and the shirt is punctuated with an unnerving "Tarantulas Arms" print at the front and long sleeves, juxtaposed with an image of a girl at the center. The shirt is available for $100 through Dover Street Market (New York) here. Just like the look is styled by Meadham, Lady Gaga went pantless and instead wore knee-high socks and heels. Lady Gaga's socks are the "Logo-Jacquard Knee-high Socks" in pink. They're available through MatchesFashion for 149 euros here and are also available in black with white detailing. For her heels, Lady Gaga wears Blue Roses' "Lydia Cut-out Patent-leather Ankle Boots" in yellow rather than pink as the full look is styled. The boots are sold in pink and black through Dover Street Market and MatchesFashion but are not available for purchase online in yellow. The shoes in yellow are pictured throughout Meadham's collection and Instagram though. Finally, Lady Gaga finished off her full Blue Roses look with her customized version of Gladys Tamez Millinery's "Bianca" hat. The black felt velour hat features a 4 inch brim and is used during the opening of "John Wayne" in the show. This custom version for Lady Gaga features a black snakeskin band rather than grosgrain and a large feather attached to the left side. Get your own of the original "Bianca" for $645 here. We'll update this post if/when the yellow shoes become available. Stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    8. Date: August 4th 2017 Location: Seattle, Washington While on the road again, Lady Gaga spent the day out and about in Seattle visiting the aquarium and having dinner on the waterfront. Her outfit for the day was a mx of casually functional and fashionable. To start, Lady Gaga wore a black hat from her favorite hat designer Gladys Tamez Millinery. Lady Gaga seems to own nearly every design and this is the "Mick" in black felt velour. The hat features a smaller brim than many of her other Gladys hats with a three inch brim, and it is available for $385 in black, midnight blue, and alabaster here. Next, Lady Gaga's earrings can be seen in her Instagram selfie. Looking closely, Lady Gaga is wearing the same earring in two different sizes - a larger hoop on her right side and a smaller hoop on her left side. She previously wore the same earrings in gold during the first Joanne World Tour Ultimate Backstage photos so I recognized them instantly. From designer Justine Clenquet, the earrings are part of her "Rave" collection. On her right side, Lady Gaga wears the "Anna XL" earrings which feature a 2 inch hoop in dark Palladium. The earrings are only available in gold on Clenquet's website but they are sold through Soop Soop for $104 here. On her left side, Lady Gaga wears the original "Anna" earrings which feature a 1.25 inch hoop in dark Palladium. Again, the dark Palladium earrings are available through Soop Soop for $88 here. Lady Gaga was not seen wearing her sunglasses, but in photos from fans in Seattle you can see a pair of sunglasses tucked into her collar. Lady Gaga's aviator sunglasses are a new pair of Ray-Ban shades that we have not seen her wear before. The sunglasses are the same "Aviator" frames she has worn before but feature "Gold Sun" glass from the Flash Lenses collection. Get your own pair for $150 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a bodysuit from DAMA. Priscilla Taveras is the designer behind the new womenswear label DAMA which focuses on producing minimalist inspired clothing with an urban edge in Miami, Florida. DAMA reposted Lady Gaga's selfie on Instagram to announce she was wearing the "Victoire" bodysuit from their Autumn/Winter 2017 collection. The bodysuit is a military green ribbed knit bodysuit with a round-neck and open laced sleeve details. The bodysuit is not available for purchase through DAMA's website. According to Google, the bodysuit is only available for purchase online through Circe New York. Preorder your very own for $450 here. They plan to ship preorders starting September 15th, 2017. And finally, Lady Gaga wears another new pair of ankle booties. This pair are from another favorite designer of hers; Saint Laurent. Her booties are the "Babies 90" in a mix of gold and platinum glitter with a 3.5 inch block heel from May 2016. The shoes are now sold out but were sold online for $845. Lady Gaga was also seen wearing a light brown leather "fanny pack." It appears to be from Chanel as they are known for their black quilted leather version but I have not found Chanel to sell it in her color. By Terran Warden
    9. As part of the Ultimate Backstage Package, backstage ticketholders receive a "pre show group professional photo with Lady Gaga" in groups of six. Emails sent to backstage ticketholders ask for up to fourteen days for photos to arrive. And finally we have some! Photos from Vancouver, Edmonton, and the first night in Los Angeles have surfaced online and Lady Gaga wears the same look in each of them - Selena Gomez previously did the same, which makes sense to keep the photos fair for each city. Lady Gaga's main outfit consists of a crystalized shirt, denim shorts with fringe, and a pink hat. Lady Gaga's shirt is a custom piece from Vinyl Lifestyle, part of the Haus of Gaga. The shirt is designed as a bedazzled version of her crop tops while promoting "Perfect Illusion" with her name sewn over her heart. Check out this detail shot posted by Vinyl Lifestyle on Instagram below. <blockquote class="instagram-media" data-instgrm-captioned data-instgrm-permalink="https://www.instagram.com/p/BXjGYQzA5TI/" data-instgrm-version="8" style=" background:#FFF; border:0; border-radius:3px; box-shadow:0 0 1px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.5),0 1px 10px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.15); margin: 1px; max-width:658px; padding:0; width:99.375%; width:-webkit-calc(100% - 2px); width:calc(100% - 2px);"><div style="padding:8px;"> <div style=" background:#F8F8F8; line-height:0; margin-top:40px; padding:50.0% 0; text-align:center; width:100%;"> <div style=" background:url(data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAACwAAAAsCAMAAAApWqozAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAAAFzUkdCAK7OHOkAAAAMUExURczMzPf399fX1+bm5mzY9AMAAADiSURBVDjLvZXbEsMgCES5/P8/t9FuRVCRmU73JWlzosgSIIZURCjo/ad+EQJJB4Hv8BFt+IDpQoCx1wjOSBFhh2XssxEIYn3ulI/6MNReE07UIWJEv8UEOWDS88LY97kqyTliJKKtuYBbruAyVh5wOHiXmpi5we58Ek028czwyuQdLKPG1Bkb4NnM+VeAnfHqn1k4+GPT6uGQcvu2h2OVuIf/gWUFyy8OWEpdyZSa3aVCqpVoVvzZZ2VTnn2wU8qzVjDDetO90GSy9mVLqtgYSy231MxrY6I2gGqjrTY0L8fxCxfCBbhWrsYYAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC); display:block; height:44px; margin:0 auto -44px; position:relative; top:-22px; width:44px;"></div></div> <p style=" margin:8px 0 0 0; padding:0 4px;"> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BXjGYQzA5TI/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">#diamondheart #ladygaga #ladygagawardrobe #LA</a></p> <p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;">A post shared by <a href="https://www.instagram.com/vinyl.lifestyle/" style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px;" target="_blank"> Vinyl | A Lifestyle Salon</a> (@vinyl.lifestyle) on <time style=" font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px;" datetime="2017-08-08T21:47:28+00:00">Aug 8, 2017 at 2:47pm PDT</time></p></div></blockquote> <script async defer src="//platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js"></script> Lady Gaga can also be seen holding a custom hat from her favorite hat designer, Gladys Tamez Millinery. Gladys posted about the "custom #LadyLauren" hat which is made with pink felt velour and features more Swarvoski crystals around the brim. The original "Lauren" hat in blush and in navy blue is available for $510 here. While in Edmonton, Lady Gaga also accessorized the outfit with earrings and a pair of singlasses. Going by her other earrings in the tour visuals, Lady Gaga's earrings are another Justine Clenquet creation. From the Spring Summer 2017 "Rave" collection, her earrings are the "Anna XL Gold Earrings" handmade in France with brass dipped in 24k pale gold. They are available for 90 euros here. Lady Gaga's sunglasses are Ray Ban's trademark sunglasses, the "Aviator Classic" in black with Green Classic G-15 lenses. Lady Gaga has worn this same pair in multiple colors/lenses, all of which are available for $150 here. Stay tuned for more details as photos from each city are released. By Terran Warden
    10. Foreshadowing her upcoming outfit change in one of her rising catwalks, Lady Gaga is shown in the fourth interlude film of the show being crushed between two white walls. In the interlude Lady Gaga wears only one outfit - a custom piece by South Korean born, New York based designer Kaimin. Kaimin designs use fabric to make designs that are defiantly unconventional and sensual, exploring ideas of fetishism, eroticism and sadomasochism. Kaimin also works to challenge accepted standards of what clothing should do for the body. While Lady Gaga's outfit is custom, it is similar to Kaimin's latest Fall/Winter 2017 collection. Lady Gaga's outfit is as if Kaimin combined look 2 and look 3 of the collection in purple fabric. Lady Gaga's piece is custom so it is not available for purchase but the rest of Kaimin's collection is available to shop at The Residency and several store locations listed here. For her shoes, Lady Gaga can be seen wearing an innovative pair of black boots. The boots are from "elevated womenswear" designer Colin Horgan's collaboration with Kira Goodey Footwear created to showcase Horgan's latest collection of clothing. Both Horgan and Goodey are up-and-coming designers therefore the "Thigh High Flare Boots" are not available for purchase online. Horgan is a recent Masters Graduate in Fashion Womenswear from The Royal College Of Art in London and Goodey's brand was created in 2012 to make luxury bespoke handmade shoes, also based in London. Check out this design sketch from Kira Goodey (left) of the "Thigh High Flare Boots." Finally, Lady Gaga can be seen accenting her outfit with large earrings from celebrity favorite Laruicci. Laruiccu reposted a side-by-side photo from LaMaisonGaga of Lady Gaga's large hoop earring which features a large safety pin design inside. Unfortunately, the earrings are not available for purchase but hundreds of other jewelry designs are on larucci.com Watch the interlude in full from opening night in Vancouver, BC. By Terran Warden
    11. While getting ready to move through the arena to her piano, the third interlude film of the tour plays on a screen across the stage which features Lady Gaga, an oxygen mask, and some killer fashion. To begin, Lady Gaga and several dancers are shown together at a small house party dancing around and pouring Pinot Grigio. Lady Gaga wears a red dress from up and coming designer Olya Kosterina. Kosterina is a demi-couture conceptual designer who explores modern elegance and reinterprets classic feminine forms. The dress is Kosterina's "Ruffle Puffer Elegant Half Dress," look 6 from the Fall/Winter 2017 "Coup De Grace" collection. Kosterina's couture is not available to purchase in-stores or online rather anyone interested must email [email protected] Mid-way through the interlude film, Lady Gaga grabs a peach-colored robe and changes into it while spinning throughout the room. You may remember Lady Gaga previously wearing the same robe on Instagram when she got invited to "boy's night" May 8th, 2017. Lady Gaga's robe is a custom piece by Amsterdam designer MaryMe-JimmyPaul. MaryMe-JimmyPaul constantly push the boundaries of what is art and what is fashion with their use of shape, texture, and colours with big, sculptural works. The designers described the custom robe as "#PeachesAndCream #Barbie #dream" adding that "#PrincessPeach has got NOTHING on her" back in May on their Instagram, @marymejimmypaul. Finally, as Lady Gaga breathes in the transformative oxygen (a nod to her line "If only fame had an IV, baby, could I bear being away from you) she changes into a black outfit. Oscar Olima of OLIMAStudio has taken credit for the look describing Lady Gaga's jacket as OLIMA's "Long Fringe Patent Leather Jacket." The interlude ends with Lady Gaga putting another hat by Gladys Tamez Millinery on her head. This time, Lady Gaga is wearing the "James" hat made of black felt velour. The hat is available in multiple sizes for $365 here. Watch the interlude in full from opening night in Vancouver, BC. We will update this post when a higher quality version of the interlude is online! Stay tuned! By Terran Warden
    12. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) [caption id=attachment_3348" align="alignright" width="94] Click to enlarge.[/caption] For her encore, Lady Gaga returned to the stage in one final look to walk through the arena looking at all her "beautiful fans" before taking to the piano to perform one last track off of her Joanne album - "Million Reasons." Layered over her Zaldy outfit from "The Cure," Lady Gaga wears the iconic pink hat from the album cover with a fully crystalized floor-length trench coat. Lady Gaga's hat is the "Lady Bianca" from Gladys Tamez Millinery which was once a custom creation for Lady Gaga but is now available to everyone! The hat is made of pink felt velour with a grosgrain band with a four inch brim. The "Lady Bianca" hat is a limited edition so be sure to get your own before they run out for $680 here. Lady Gaga's floor length coat is a custom creation by Michael Schmidt Studios paved in 250,000 Swarvoski crystals! You may remember Michael Schmidt, who is an entertainment wardrobing designer, for his past work with Lady Gaga creating her glove as The Countess on American Horror Story: Hotel or the metal mesh shorts and crop top for "Perfect Illusion." Finally, Lady Gaga finished off her look in custom Giuseppe Zanotti booties from her previous outfit. Speaking exclusively with Billboard about the shoes, Zanotti describes how "designing shoes for the stage is extremely challenging and requires great attention to details. Boots and booties are usually the most requested styles because they give you the right support while dancing." Adding that while comfort is a key factor when creating performance shoes, they should also include "show-stopping elements with wearable features because shoes are key to making a successful show." To do this, Lady Gaga's booties are made with a block heel and rubber soles but decorated with a crystal band. Read Zanotti’s full interview with Billboard here. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    13. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) [caption id=attachment_3337" align="alignright" width="150] Post by @zaldynyc. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Finishing up the show, Lady Gaga returns to the stage to perform two of her crowd favorites - "Bad Romance" and "The Cure." Accompanied by pyrotechnics, Lady Gaga recreates the final song from her Super Bowl Halftime Show before dedicating "The Cure" to her fans. For "Bad Romance," Lady Gaga wears a white satin bustier with origami-like sleeves/shoulders custom by Zaldy with a white feather eye mask. For "The Cure," the look is removed to reveal a crystal-embellished white fishnet bodysuit also custom by Zaldy. [caption id=attachment_3338" align="alignright" width="150] Post by @zaldynyc. Click to enlarge.[/caption] For both looks, Lady Gaga wears a second pair of custom boots from Giuseppe Zanotti. In an exclusive interview with Billboard, Zanotti says he "had to translate what she liked (lace-up booties) into something unique and extremely practical." The result is a pair of custom white leather booties with a crystal band and block heel. [caption id=attachment_3336" align="alignleft" width="150] Sketch of Lady Gaga's custom heels courtesy of Giuseppe Zanotti. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Zanotti also adds that "it is extremely rewarding, every time a famous singer chooses my creations on stage. Music is one of my main sources of inspiration and part of my DNA. The energy embodied by a great artist on stage is the type of energy I try to recreate when I design shoes for every woman." Read Zanotti's full interview with Billboard here. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    14. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) In a quick outfit change while rising to the ceiling of the arena, Lady Gaga covers her red outfit from "Paparazzi" with a custom look by Lanotta Studio with the Haus of Gaga for the most intimate moment of the show performing "Angel Down" and delivering a speech on exactly what Joanne means to her. The outfit consists of a long blazer jacket and hat made of off-white denim and covered with lyrics from all of Lady Gaga's work along with typewriter keys created by the team of Lisa Bruno, Sandra Amador, Gina Buletta, Laura Spratt, Lady Gaga's sister Natali Germanotta, and Caroline Noble of V2Bentley. Lady Gaga's hat is a custom version of the "Marianne" from Gladys Tamez Millinery. Rather than the colors sold by Gladys Tamez, Lady Gaga's is made with custom "camel" felt velour to match her jacket. The hat is available in 4 colors - forest green, black, taupe, and white - for $645 here. Lady Gaga's blazer jacket is a custom piece from Michael Velasquez. Both were handpainted by V2Bentley who makes "one of one clothing." Lady Gaga finishes the look with the same red boots she wore previously in "Bloody Mary" as she puts the blazer and hat over the previous look. The boots are custom from Andre No. 1 Shoes. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    15. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) [caption id=attachment_3322" align="alignright" width="95] Click to enlarge.[/caption] In a surprising twist, Lady Gaga performs "Bloody Mary" at the Joanne World Tour - a track which has not been performed outside of the Born This Way Ball! Fitting the theme, Lady Gaga and all her dancers perform in head to toe red. Lady Gaga then transforms into a red bodysuit and joins a group of dancers also in different red outfits for "Dancin' In Circles" and "Paparazzi." To start, Lady Gaga wears a custom red mask from Philip Treacy. Treacy is the world's most in demand hat designer and has been worn by Lady Gaga since very early on in her career, including the 2009 MTV VMA's. Next, Lady Gaga wears a custom version of Norma Kamali's "Sleeping Bag Coat." The Sleeping Bag Coat is one of the classic icons of the Norma Kamali brand that was originally designed in 1973. Lady Gaga's has been customized to include a 10 foot train but Lady Gaga's dancers for "Bloody Mary" are outfitted in the classic Sleeping Bag Coat. Norma Kamali added a blog post to her website about Lady Gaga's coat and the history of the design saying Lady Gaga's team "headed by Brandon Maxwell, came up with the idea and we took it from there to make the vision real!! Thank you to all who have a sleeping bag coat stored in your closet. Take good care of your coat and it will take good care of you!" The original version of the red Sleeping Bag Coat are available for $800 here. And the full blog post is available to read here. [caption id=attachment_3323" align="alignleft" width="212] Click to enlarge.[/caption] Underneath her coat, Lady Gaga wears another custom piece this time from DROMe. DROMe is an Italian brand designed by Marianna Rosati known for a style fusing fabrics and leather with elaborated details, favouring a minimal approach. DROMe revealed on Instagram they customized the blouse from look 24 in their Fall Winter 2017 collection. And finally, Lady Gaga wears another pair of custom boots from Los Angeles based Andre No. 1. The red boots go just below the knee and are decorated with red leather bows and metal hoops. Be sure to check LadyGagaNow for photos and videos from every show! By Terran Warden
    16. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) [caption id=attachment_3317" align="alignright" width="125] Click to enlarge.[/caption] After filling the arena with one of her greatest interludes - a short clip transitioning between a party with friends to the fame through an oxygen mask - Lady Gaga returns to the stage to perform "Applause" while moving to the back stage with an iridescent piano. To start, Lady Gaga wears a black full bodysuit with one accent floral sleeve designed by Richard Quinn. Quinn is a London-based designer who's label was established recently in 2016. Quinn is known for creating garments with attention to innovative fabrications which is highlighted with Lady Gaga's accent sleeve. [caption id=attachment_3318" align="alignleft" width="233] Post by @elodie_laurent. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Designed by Quinn, Lady Gaga and her dancers outfits were crafted by Elodie Laurent in "a last minute overnight adventure." Laurent has worked previously with Lady Gaga throughout much of the ARTPOP era in collaboration with Gareth Pugh. Check out Laurent's behind-the-scenes Instagram post of the look. Finishing her look, Lady Gaga wore custom shoes from designer Giuseppe Zanotti. The shoes are black velvet booties with block heel that are not only beautiful but great for traveling around stage. Shoutout to Footwear News for the exclusive photos of Lady Gaga's Guiseppe Zanotti booties! After performing on the piano, Lady Gaga speeds things up again with "Born This Way" but not before making a slight costume change. With assistance from dance captain Asiel Hardison, Lady Gaga adds a large tulle skirt from Viktor + Rolf. From look 18 in Viktor + Rolf's second Bridal collection ever, Spring 2018, Lady Gaga uses only the skirt from the "Asymmetric Tiered Tulle Gown." The gown - not just the skirt - is sold for $8,000 to $8,999 in stores only. Find store locations near you here. Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. Also be sure to check LadyGagaNow for updates from every show! By Terran Warden
    17. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) Heading into some of her greatest hits, Lady Gaga took the stage in a full look by Zaldy Goco - known simply as Zaldy - to perform "Just Dance," "LoveGame," and "Telephone." The Zaldy look is a leotard and long-sleeved short jacket made of "#diamondsdenimandpearls." Zaldy has worked previously with Lady Gaga on numerous iconic looks during The Fame Monster era including her "hunchback suits" and Monster Ball Tour costumes. To finish her look, Lady Gaga paired Zaldy's creations with matching knee high boots from Andre No. 1. Andre No. 1 has been crafting shoes for over five decades with a clientele that includes some of the most famous artists and actors of the world. They have also previously worked with Lady Gaga at the SuperBowl and the 2017 Grammy Awards. The look was also paired with a matching keytar encrusted in Swravoski crystals - of which there are 300,000 throughout the Joanne World Tour - and Lady Gaga's latest version of the disco stick from the SuperBowl. Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. Also be sure to check LadyGagaNow for updates from every show! By Terran Warden
    18. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) After her first interlude film, rolling in a vintage car with pink smoke, Lady Gaga returned to the stage in her second look of the night. To perform "John Wayne" and "Scheiße" she wore the full look before stripping into a bodysuit underneath for "Alejandro." To start, Lady Gaga wore another hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery when she arrived on stage. It was removed early on before breaking into group choreography. Matching her album cover, this hat is the "Bianca" design but in black felt velour. The 4 inch brimmed hat is available for $640 here. Next, Lady Gaga wears a fringe "jacket" which is a custom piece from Vex Inc. The fringe is made of latex and designed as a body piece going across Lady Gaga's arms and shoulders but leaving her chest and back open. Vex Inc. also designed accompanying outfits for Lady Gaga's dancers and is handmade in California known for their trendsetting and creative latex designs. Previously they created Lady Gaga's serpent/octopus look for the artRAVE tour. Check out this behind-the-scenes photo of Lady Gaga's custom latex. Underneath her custom latex, Lady Gaga revealed an archival bodysuit from British designer Pam Hogg. The bodysuit is look 26 from her 2012 Spring Summer "Notre Dame" collection, which means it is no longer available for purchase. Pam Hogg revealed on Instagram that "she bought [my catsuit] last week along with another commission." Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. By Terran Warden
    19. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC) Kicking off her world tour in Vancouver, BC, Lady Gaga arose on stage in an all black look accented with a bedazzled pink hat, and later her pink guitar. [caption id=attachment_3287" align="alignleft" width="150] Custom Swarvoski "Lady Bianca" by Gladys Tamez Millinery. Photo from Lady Gaga's Facebook. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Lady Gaga began with "Diamond Heart" in a custom pink hat from Gladys Tamez Millinery, originally seen in behind-the-scenes footage for Lady Gaga's Superbowl performance. The hat is a fully crystalized version of the "Lady Bianca" using Swarvoski crystals - 300,000 were used throughout the show. The "Lady Bianca" with plain pink felt velour is available for $680 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore a custom jacket from designer Zaldy. Zaldy is known for his style of effortlessly confident and inherently cool costume design and created nearly all of Lady Gaga's looks for the Monster Ball 1.0 back in 2009. [caption id=attachment_3288" align="alignright" width="220] Instagram post by @zadynyc. Click to enlarge.[/caption] Zaldy posted this look on Instagram, thanking Lady Gaga for including his designs which are numerous throughout the Joanne World Tour. As "A-YO" began, Lady Gaga unzipped her jacket to reveal a custom Alexander Wang leather bodysuit. Alexander Wang described the bodysuit on Twitter as being decorated with "tattoo embroidery" and fringe. During "A-YO," Lady Gaga also added her custom pink "Falcon" guitar from Gretsch Guitars. The same custom guitar was used on Saturday Night Live, October 2016, and a white version has been used for the Dive Bar Tour, her Apple Music commercial, and much more. She then continued in this look to perform "Poker Face" and "Perfect Illusion" before leaving the stage. I have yet to identify Lady Gaga's boots, but they have a very similar design to her Wang bodysuit. If you know the designer, leave a comment or tweet us @whatgagawore! Watch some of the first show in HQ here and check out hundreds of HQ photos from the show here. By Terran Warden
    20. Date: August 1st 2017 Location: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC.) After a successful opening night of the Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga quickly greeted fans while leaving the arena. Stopping to sign several CDs, Lady Gaga wore the Joanne album's signature hat as well as new Joanne merchandise. Lady Gaga's hat from the album cover once was a custom creation from Gladys Tamez Millinery. Lucky for us, the hat is now available as a limited edition. The felt velour hat with a matching pink grosgrain band is available for $680 here. Next, Lady Gaga wore brand new merchandise from the Joanne World Tour. Another long-sleeved shirt, the design features the new "racing" Joanne World Tour logo with flames along the sleeves. Joanne World Tour merchandise is available for one week only - so get your very own "Flames White Long Sleeve T Shirt" for $60 here. Finally, Lady Gaga wore a pair of clear acetate sunglasses with blue lenses that I have yet to identify. Stay tuned for updates or send a tip to us on Twitter, @whatgagawore! By Terran Warden
    21. Date: July 29th 2017 Location: Vancouver, BC While preparing for the Joanne World Tour in Vancouver, BC. Lady Gaga took a walk with her boyfriend Christian Carino throughout the city. For her morning out, Lady Gaga wore an athletic outfit with a large jacket and nude heels. From top to bottom, Lady Gaga starts with her pair of "Round Metal" sunglasses from Ray-Ban. Lady Gaga's pair are made with gold frames and Green Classic G-15 lenses, available for $150 here. Next, Lady Gaga wears a large coat for the majority of her outfit. Lady Gaga's coat is actually a men's hooded bomber jacket with a detachable skirt from New York based Public School. The "Clemente Bomber" is from the Fall 2017 collection and is available for $895 here. For her bottoms, Lady Gaga wore a pair of Lululemon leggings. Lady Gaga has previously worn many pairs of Lululemon leggings but it's been awhile. Lady Gaga's pair are the "Wunder Under Hi-Rise Tights" in "Midnight Navy" which she has also worn before. The leggings are designed to fit like a second skin and are available for $98 here. Finally, Lady Gaga ended her outfit with an 85mm nude heel. Her shoes are the "Romy 85" pointy toe pumps from luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo. These classic heels are made with nude suede and are available for $595 through Jimmy Choo here. Check out all the HQ photos from her walk through GagaImages here. By Terran Warden
    22. Date: July 15th 2017 Location: Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, California) Tony Bennett took the stage at the iconic Hollywood Bowl for a special show in collaboration with Dudamel and LA Phil. The show also celebrated Tony's 55th anniversary of his debut show at the venue. After watching from the audience, Lady Gaga joined Tony on stage for a surprise performance of "Cheek to Cheek," followed by "The Lady Is A Tramp." For the night, Lady Gaga wore only one look (but it was marvelous) from iconic designer Bob Mackie. Mackie is known for dressing Cher, among others, which have made him a living legend. Lady Gaga's funky evening gown is fully sequined and beaded with multi-colored arrows pointing upward from the high-low ostrich feather hem. The dress is vintage from the 1990's and no longer available for purchase. It was last seen by Polyvore on sale for $5,295 through 1stdibs. Lady Gaga's shoes could not be seen under her gown in any of the low quality footage or photos. Check out some performance videos from the show here. By Terran Warden
    23. Staples and Lady Gaga have teamed up to promote kindness in schools across the country and ensure that teachers and students have the resources they need for successful classroom learning. In support of this mission, Staples also announced that it is making $1 million donations to both DonorsChoose.org and Born This Way Foundation. Along with the donation, Staples and Lady Gaga created a Public Service Announcement to spread awareness and promote kindness. Lady Gaga surprised students at a Hollywood middle school and wore two different outfits for the minute long clip. Her second outfit is a full look by Saint Laurent - a favorite of hers we haven't seen in awhile. To start, Lady Gaga wore a crystallized leather jacket. The jacket is from look 17 of Saint Laurent's Fall 2016 Ready-To-Wear collection but it was not sold online. For her shirt, Lady Gaga wore the "Off White and Red Striped Breton Shirt." The shirt was last seen for $650 on Ssense but is no longer available. Finally, Lady Gaga finished off her look with "Candy 80" black suede boots with silver lizard embossed metallic leather and silver-toned metal stars. The shoes are also no longer available for purchase but were last seen for $797 at Bergdorf Goodman. She also appears to be wearing a Saint Laurent necklace (with a YSL logo) but I cannot get a good enough view to match it with the necklaces on YSL.com You can watch the PSA below and enter to win a scholarship, Joanne World Tour tickets, and a meet and greet with every $25 Staples purchase here. By Terran Warden
    24. Staples and Lady Gaga have teamed up to promote kindness in schools across the country and ensure that teachers and students have the resources they need for successful classroom learning. In support of this mission, Staples also announced that it is making $1 million donations to both DonorsChoose.org and Born This Way Foundation. Along with the donation, Staples and Lady Gaga created a Public Service Announcement to spread awareness and promote kindness. Lady Gaga surprised students at a Hollywood middle school and wore two different outfits for the minute long clip. For her first look, Lady Gaga wore a bright blue suit jacket and matching pants with a black t-shirt. Lady Gaga's suit is look 38 from 3.1 Phillip Lim's Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear collection. The suit is not available for purchase online but may be available in stores (locations available here) or by contacting the designer via email at [email protected] To accessorize her look, Lady Gaga wore a large pair of Gucci glasses. Her glasses are the "Square-Frame Rhinestone Glasses" in black acetate with transparent lenses. They are also available in tortoiseshell and with dark lenses. Get Lady Gaga's Gucci glasses for $965 here. You can watch the PSA below and enter to win a scholarship, Joanne World Tour tickets, and a meet and greet with every $25 Staples purchase here. By Terran Warden
    25. Date: June 23rd 2017 Location: Montauk, New York Continuing her vacation in Monatuk before Joanne World Tour rehearsals, Lady Gaga was spotted by fans at lunch with Christian Carino. Low quality fan photos were posted online but the look is high quality. Matching perfectly to Montauk's coastal theme, Lady Gaga wore a simple pinstriped summer dress by Alexander Wang. The "Cotton Burlap Off The Shoulder Midi Dress" is part of the T by Alexander Wang line which is stylized by it's clean silhouettes and simpler aesthetic. The dress is available for $525 here and the same fabric and pattern is also available in tank tops, pants, and more. Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing the same Ray-Ban sunglasses she has worn throughout her vacation. Lady Gaga's sunglasses are "Round Metal" sunglasses in Gold with Green Classic G-15 lenses, available for $150 here. Shoes were not visible in any of the available photos. By Terran Warden
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