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The performer wasted no time in matching her new album’s Western vibes with her performance outfits
Her rendition of “A-YO” saw the singer pair her pink cowboy hat with a silver metallic crop top and matching fringe shorts, custom created by Michael Schmidt. The L.A.-based designer has previously worked with Gaga on the the custom crystalized wheelchair in her “Paparazzi” video and the plastic bubble ensemble for her Rolling Stone cover, as well as the crystal-embellished gloves she wore on American Horror Story: Hotel.
Gaga paired her shimmery ensemble with YSL boots that Kerin Rose Gold, founder/creative director of luxury artisanal eyewear line A-Morir, helped transform from plain black to shiny pink with rhinestones and glitter.
For her performance of “Million Reasons,” Gaga looked no further than her best designer pal Brandon Maxwell for a bespoke long-sleeve bodysuit that featured a deep-V neckline and long cape. She donned the pink hat again, which was designed by L.A.-based label Gladys Tamez Millinery (the brand’s pink topper is also featured on her Joanne album cover).
Gaga ended her evening at the curtain call with a bang, donning a Marc Jacobs ensemble from the designer’s spring 2017 rave-themed runway collection. The singer, wearing purple fur sleeves with satin booty shorts and colorful sky-high platforms, topped off the night with a custom baby blue hat by Gladys Tamez Millinery.
Should Gaga’s Little Monsters want to wear a hat like their idol, it looks like the hat-making company is selling a pink limited-edition “Lady Bianca” hat, inspired by Gaga, for $350.
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