Today is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta a.k.a. Lady Gaga’s birthday. The three time Grammy awardee besides being known for her amazing chartbuster hits is also equally famous for her unique fashion sense.
Today, on the songstress birthday, we bring you 5 super differently awesome outfits that Lady Gaga pulled off like a pro.
The Bra-TShirt Look
At the Grammy Awards in 2017, Lady Gaga donned a bit too exposing outfit. The look comprised of a crop top – which exposed a bit of her underboob and her toned abs. The look also consisted of rocker-chic spiked sleeves, chain-link adorned hot pants, and the fishnet tights worn under sky-high leather boots.
The Antler Hat
What can we say about this look. If anyone else would have worn it, it may have looked immature – but Gaga was a Boss under those antlers. She wore a fur Mouton Collet torque (antler hat) and a molded silicone dress from Rachael Barrett to an event, and killed it.
The White Opera Cape
Gaga attended the 2010 Brit Awards in a tiered neoprene and silk creation from Francesco Scognamiglio. If anyone else donned it, I may have said it looked like an iced up Christmas tree. But not with her. She complemented the gown with a lace mask by Philip Treacy and a towering bouffant.
The Armani Looks
For the 2010 Grammy’s, Giorgio Armani stepped in to costume for Gaga. He designed a crystal-covered strong-shouldered leotard for her performance, a sheer bodysuit that was topped with a Saturn-inspired iridescent gown for the red carpet, and a sculptured ultra-mini for backstage.
In honor of her late friend, designer Alexander McQueen, Gaga made her 2010 VMAs entrance in a regal gown from his namesake line.
Honorary Mention – The Meat Dress
Lady Gaga credited her jaw-droppingly raw VMA ensemble with a deeper political meaning. On the Ellen show Gaga explained her outfit saying, “If we don’t stand up for what we believe in and if we don’t fight for our rights pretty soon, we’re going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones,” She continued, “And I am not a piece of meat.”
The beautifully constructed garment was less weighty than the message. Franc Fernandez, its creator said that it weighed around forty pounds.