All of Lady Gaga's 'A Star Is Born' Red Carpet Outfits and Press Tour Looks

4:02 PM 9/11/2018

by Lindsay Weinberg

The pop star is reborn a movie star.

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Long gone are the days of the meat dress.

Lady Gaga is bringing her high-fashion A-game to the red carpet. The musician-turned-actress has been taking her film A Star Is Born around the film festival circuit. She's already garnering awards buzz for her portrayal of the young singer Ally who falls in love with her mentor, Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper, who also directed).

After making her big Venice Film Festival entrance in August — cruising in wearing a black mini dress and holding a single red flower — Gaga has worn top-tier labels from Valentino to Armani Privé for her premieres, thanks to stylists Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador. Known for her wild outfits and wigs as Gaga the pop star, Gaga the movie star seems to be going for a more classic look and basing her recent press ensembles on old Hollywood fashion, with bold lips, textured gowns and styled wet curls.

Here's a look at what the reborn star has been donning for her press tour so far.



  • A Jonathan Simkhai Entrance

    The star-to-be made a splash by debuting at the Venice Film Festival in a boat, wearing a black minidress by Jonathan Simkhai and a single red flower. She later posed with a black Celine tote (a first look at Hedi Slimane's designs). 

  • Marilyn Monroe Inspired

    She channeled the classic American movie star Marilyn Monroe at a Venice photo call on Aug. 31, wearing a low-cut, flowing white dress paired with a Mark Cross box bag.

  • Valentino's Flamingo

    For her big debut, Gaga donned a large feathered Valentino gown with earrings by Chopard and makeup by Sarah Nicole Tanno. Worn to the Star Is Born Venice premiere on Aug. 31, the dress is designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli and fittingly named "Flamingo." 

  • Jean Paul Gaultier Glam

    It was another Marilyn moment for the Born This Way singer, who wore a Jean Paul Gaultier and Naked Wardrobe outfit: a cutout piece with a thick white coat, red lips and rectangular shades. 

  • Victoria Beckham Vibes

    Gaga wore a one-sleeve Victoria Beckham dress with her hair pulled back — paired with Ana Khouri diamond Lolanda earrings and Simplicity bracelet in Toronto.

  • Silver Sparkle

    For Entertainment Weekly's party at the Toronto International Film Festival, Gaga went glam with a silver sparkling slit dress — sleeveless — with strappy heels, dangling fringe earrings and pink lips. She kept her hair up in a slick wave at the Thompson Hotel event on Sept. 8.

  • Ralph and Russo Red

    For her A Star Is Born press conference at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Gaga sported a burgundy velvet, one-shoulder ready-to-wear gown by Ralph and Russo. 

  • Armani Disguise

    Gaga wore a veiled, form-fitting ensemble by Armani Prive to her Toronto premiere on Sept. 9. On the red carpet, she dramatically pulled back her veil, wearing it as a shoulder piece. The singer accessorized with a sequined hat, blue eyeshadow and dangling Chopard earrings. 

  • Ralph and Russo Round Two

    Gaga attended the Audi Canada and Links Of London's post-screening event at the Masonic Temple at TIFF that night. She chose her second Ralph and Russo gown of the evening — black velvet couture with a tad of pink flair. 

  • Old Hollywood

    While attending the Sept. 9 premiere of her film at TIFF, Gaga posed in a strappy grey dress with the same black hat and her black pumps, again reminiscent of classic movie stars. 

  • Angelic Iris van Herpen


    GAGA In @irisvanherpen styled by myself and @sandraamador.xx MU @sarahtannomakeup Hair @fredericaspiras

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    Gaga whirled in a whispy aqua Iris van Herpen gown at TIFF, plus Ana Khouri's diamond countour earrings. It's one of her only cool colored gowns of the tour thus far; she's been keeping it to blacks, whites, silvers, pinks and reds (the Hollywood palette, sans gold).

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