Lady Gaga serves up pure drama in vegan 'leather' dress
We wondered if the days of Lady Gaga serving us sartorial drama were over, now that she’s a prestigious Academy Award winner and all.
But Gaga proved she’s as fabulously extra as ever, as she rocked a 100% vegan ‘leather’ dress and (what else?) a mile-long crystal earring at a Haus of Gaga party on Thursday.
The Bad Romance hitmaker went to the dark side for the West Hollywood bash to celebrate her new beauty brand, Haus Laboratories.
Because her dress – from Anouki’s A/W ’19 collection – was so incredibly understated, the 33-year-old added some sass in the form of an ostrich feather coat and pointed platform boots.
Honestly, thank God she included those accessories because otherwise, we probably couldn’t have picked her out of a crowd.
While Gaga’s beauty collection doesn’t drop until September, we’ve had a sneak peak at some of the products and now we want the Grammy winner to take all our money.
The names alone, are incredible. Haus of Chained Ballerina, anyone?
Or are you more of a Haus of Rose B**** kind of girl?
Listen, if it worked for Rihanna with Fenty, it’ll work for Gaga.
Aside from being the ruling fashion queen of the world, the Alejandro singer has been the target of romance rumours with Bradley Cooper, after that performance at the Oscars in February.
The duo sang their award-winning hit Shallow from A Star Is Born (great – now it’s in our head again), and viewers couldn’t help but pick up on their chemistry.
Since then, their close relationship has been thought of being the reason behind Bradley’s split from his long time girlfriend Irina Shayk.
According to Radar Online, the supermodel accused the 44-year-old actor – whom she shares daughter Lea with – of having an affair with the Shallow singer, and was left ‘unimpressed’ by their friendship.
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