She's starring in the most fashionable film to hit cinemas this fall - the hotly-anticipated family saga, The House of Gucci - so it makes sense that Lady Gaga, our favourite directional dresser, has shifted her wardrobe greatness up a gear.
Spotted out and about in New York, Gaga's closet has had a change of heart over the past month, one that's very much in keeping with her polished on-screen persona, Patrizia Reggiani. The wackiness that we know and love and been temporarily replaced by a catalogue of monochromatic outfits that are heavy on the chic-factor.
First was a feather-sleeved little black dress from Lanvin, which she paired with vinyl platform boots that came with a teetering 18cm stiletto from Pleaser, a styling choice that was pure Gaga.
Next was a sculpted black leotard and silk turban combo, followed by another LBD, this time a white-collared number from Andrew GN. Gone were the boots, replaced by a crystal-studded slingback heel from Giuseppe Zanotti.
Then, a navy polka dot dress from Rodarte, which, with its '80s power shoulders, could have walked straight off the film set.
The best was definitely saved until last, however. With a brilliant return to the 'make-an-entrance' dressing she's famous for, Gaga stepped out wearing an outfit hot off the catwalk from Valentino Haute Couture Fall 2021 - a micro cape coat and a matching feathered hat in look-at-me violet.
All of these labels, plus others that she's worn like Alexander McQueen, Alessandra Rich, Magda Butrym and Fendi, are known for their 'modern power dressing' credentials. While you wait for the film's release in November, there's still plenty more outfit wizardry on the promo trail to look forward to.
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