Lady Gaga’s wild outfits might get the bulk of the attention, but she’s aClassicist at heart. Always ready with aVintage reference or nod to Old Hollywood GagaShe often transforms into classic archetypes such as the bombshell, femme fatale, or, in the case last night, the showgirl. After completing three nights at Radio City Music Hall performing with her musical hero andTony Bennett, her longtime collaborator, asked her to step out in aGeorges Hobeika Alta Costura gives it a winning look
She left the venue to greet the fans outside. GagaThe custom gown, which featured crystallized silk tulle, was stunning. and silver floral appliqués that caught the light when photographers snapped her picture. It features a plunging neckline and delicate straps. andThe dress had 3-D ruffles at hem and was brimming full of details. It reminded me of the costumes made for golden-age actresses by designers such as Adrian. andEdith Head. As she left the building, Michael Bearden, her music manager, was the only thing that was on her arm. aCelebratory drink after-show. Fans were presented with a drink as the duo headed for their car. a full view of one of the star’s glitziest outfits to date.
The night was also the first. Gaga has worn Hobeika’s designs. He paired the crystalised dress and the dress in his initial sketches. aFeathered stole for maximum glamour, but true Gaga fashionThe white feathers were saved by her for backstage poses with Bennett. While it didn’t have the meme-ready internet appeal of the meat dress or her iconic multi-layer Met Gala cape, the Hobeika piece aptly captured Gaga’s current mood. After bringing down the house singing Cole Porter. and hoofing it alongside one of the world’s greatest crooners, she deserved aYou will be as captivating as her performance.