Back to Vogue's Best Dressed List, this is the Lady I would have assumed to be number one on their list; Gaga. Although she was honored with the CFDA Fashion Icon award this year, her style is bigger, bolder and better than anyone in the fashion industry right now. She is brave, creative, and original when it comes to hows she's dressed and even when she's not on a stage or red carpet her outfits are still top notch. Here are a few of my favorite Gaga looks for the month of November (but she has so many more!). To see every aspect of all of her outfits detailed check out Gaga Fashionland, anything and everything she wears is sourced on that amazing website.
This particular look got a lot of press from the media and Gaga herself. To the opening of Gaga's Workshop at Barney's, New York, Gaga donned a custom made Chanel gown. You know you're a big deal when Karl designs you a custom Chanel. In her interview with Good Morning America she described it as a wedding dress without groom, perfect. I think it's a spectacular gown, fit for a Queen.
Gaga wore this sexy lace Dolce & Gabbana dress to her 'Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson' book release party at the New Museum in New York. Those amazing platforms are the creation of Noritaka Tatehana. Together they create a sexy and daring ensemble. Very Gaga.
Gaga made a surprise appearance at the 39th annual International Emmy's where she presented the International Emmy Founder's award to Nigel Lythgoe, the executive producer of "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance". She wore a chic black Stéphane Rolland dress to the event. The dress features a slit big enough to show Gaga's tatted up thigh, super sexy.
Gaga spent the majority of the month in London. Unfortunately, I never saw her. Gaga dressed perfectly for her time here. Here she wears a brightly colored Burberry Prorsum ensemble, you can not get anymore british than that!
This month Gaga didn't weird it up as much as usual, but the Philip Treacy hat she wears leaving ITV studios in London could definitely fall into that category. She pairs the pink head accessory with a bright Roksanda Ilincichead dress. I love love love the dress! The colors are bright, seemingly sixties inspired and the cut is chic, yet casual. Great outfit.
I'm obsessed with everything about this outfit. The canary yellow Osman dress Gaga wears flatters her figure to perfection. I also love the gold Loubatins she pairs it with and those adorable heart shaped sunglasses. Again, this outfit seems to have a little sixties inspiration, which I love. Great look.
Something about this outfit also seems to have a British influence to it. It may be the glasses and the way her hair is parted...a la John Lennon. I love the Moschino top she's rocking. Of course she decided to not wear pants and opt for just fish nets and Loubatin heels, which still don't take away from the outfit. She looks great, as always.
The perfect outfit for London. How great is it that she's not only wearing Chanel pearls and white gloves, but she's actually sipping tea while she's leaving her hotel? Amazing. The dress is a beautifully detailed Aquilano.rimondi creation. She looks adorable.
Gaga steps out in a green and gold Gucci ensemble, which is super chic and looks amazing on her. I love the colors in this look.
Another sixties inspired look, I love it! Here Gaga wears a Michael Kors fur coat, circle sunglasses, fishnets and Mary Janes. This is so London in the sixties. I wonder if she's wearing anything underneath? Probably not haha.
This is another amazing sixties inspired look. Gaga wears a cubed burnt orange colored Georgina Hardinge jumpsuit, Maria Francesca Pepe braided rope belt, and vintage Paloma Picasso sun glasses. I also really love the mermaid umbrella and earrings. She looks uber sixties and very chic. One of my favorite street style looks from Gaga.
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