It hasn't been long since Lady Gaga burst onto the scene. Her hit music and mind blowing fashion has turned the music industry upside down. You may think her style is outlandish, but she always catches your attention. Check out the unique style of Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga made her first appearance at the 2008 Jingle Ball, where she preformed her hit single "Just Dance." Gaga wore a winter-white ensemble equipped with 3D icicles. She completed her look with lovely lashes and Christian Louboutin ankle boots.
Lady Gaga traveled across the pond in January 2009 in a Minnie Mouse-esque ensemble. She paired her hair bow and latex body suit with her now signature round sunglasses.
At the February 2009 Brit Awards, Lady Gaga walked the carpet in a structured hot pink cocktail dress and black peep toe ankle boots. She completed her look with a handful of jewels and an '80s side ponytail.
Hit the Lights
Lady Gaga showed off one of her many amazing costumes while preforming in Los Angeles in March 2009. She ditched her long locks for a short bob cut, which would be the first of many hairstyle changes for the fashion maven.
X Marks the Spot
While traveling through Perth Airport in May 2009, Lady Gaga toned down her avant-garde look for a plane ride back to the states. Though, she did give her black sheath dress a dash of Gaga with a bit of duct tape.
Draped in Black
While in London, Gaga showed off her over-the-top style during a fan signing in September 2009. With her recent globetrotting, the "Paparazzi" singer declared herself "the hardest working woman in pop."
Who can forget Lady Gaga's September 2009 MTV VMA appearance? Her multiple costume changes and onstage performance seemed like an official coming-out party.
Gaga attended the launch of Heartbreaks, her own line of headphones, in September 2009, donning a ruffled ensemble that looked from centuries past. She paired her ruffled boy shorts with retro shades.
A Hairy Situation
Gaga attended the Women in Music event in October 2009, donning a dress embellished with... hair? Not the typical way stars wear their weaves, but it's creative to say the least.
Powder Room Anyone?
While in attendance at the ACE Awards in November 2009, Lady Gaga sported a questionable outfit doused in white powder. It's not uncommon for her ensembles to be unique, but we're not sure what the purpose of the powder was?
Fit for a Queen
Lady Gaga had the pleasure of meeting the Queen of England in December 2009 while preforming at the Royal Variety. She showed up in a dress made of red PVC that featured a 20-foot-long cloak. She topped off her look with bejeweled eye makeup.
For the January 2010 Grammy Awards, Lady Gaga showed off her couture style in an Armani Privé gown. Lady Gaga took home awards for Best Electronic/Dance Album for The Fame and Best Dance Recording for “Poker Face.”
The singer performed at the amfAR Gala in February 2010 donning pearls from head to toe. She not only covered her face in pearls, but also embellished her military hat, biker jacket and platform boots. Is her pearl embellishment creative or creepy?
For her show-opening duet with Elton John, the "Poker Face" singer channeled a neo-Tinker Bell in a super high-cut bodysuit (can you say Brazilian bikini wax?) complete with ultra-arched shoulders and matching green glitter booties.
Lady Gaga showed us her poker face while attending the Brit Awards in February 2010. Her layered coat was later stripped down to unveil her barely-there lace bodysuit. Beside making a statement on the red carpet, she took away a whopping three trophies from the awards.
It looks like Gaga took home the menu from London eatery Mr. Chow in February 2010. Her lobster headgear was accompanied by a latex dress and a yellow claw. Her style has always been different and has continued to evolve into something that's all her own. We can't wait to see where she will take us next.
Lady Gaga attended The Mac Viva Glam Launch Event today at the Ill Bottaccio in London. To no surprise Lady Gaga wore a see through lace outfit and another large hat.
Lada Gaga arrived in Japan for four concerts through the weekend and celebrated by getting a temporary tattoo written in Katakana script. The tattoo, etched on her left arm, reads, "I love little monster."
Queen In White
The singer started her set with the classic Gershwin ballad 'Someone to Watch Over Me,' wearing an all-white ensemble of pants, a bra and a blazer. With dancers backing her, she took off the jacket and launched into her hit 'Bad Romance.'
Everyone was waiting to see what Lady Gaga was going to wear at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards and she didn’t let us down.The singer dominated the red carpet – literally – wearing an Alexander McQueen gown.
Her gown with a bejeweled collar was maximized with a tulle underlay to give it plenty of volume.The singer also wore those impossible to walk in Alexander McQueen Spring 2010 armadillo heels.
PETA+GaGa in Meat=Trouble
Lady Gaga covered in meat at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. OMG. She won the award for Video of the Year. Cher presented that award and Lady Gaga handed her her “meat purse” when she accepted the award.
Do you guys know which cut of meat she used? I see some inexpensive flank steaks.
Gaga made no concession to the petite Japanese musician and artist as she teetered around the stage in a pair of super-high platform boots.Wearing a crystal studded black bodysuit and spiked headband, it was, one might say a more sober look than usual for the outrageous singer whose stage shows often require her to be soaked in fake blood.
Lady Gaga keeps her head held high as she exits through the service entrance of her London hotel. Gaga was wearing a masculine black suit with white dards paired with a white shirt underneath.
You can take Lady Gaga out of her meat dress, but you can’t take the meat out of Lady Gaga. That’s what she said. But seriously… you can dress her up like a nice, respectable woman of class, but she’s still the same chick who wears a wonton dress.The 'Just Dance' diva walked out of his car driver in a gray Victorian dress.
Quite obviously, Lady Gaga simply didn’t have a thing to wear in Paris. Before the second of two concerts on Tuesday, the pop star left her Place Vendôme hotel late in the afternoon, “wearing a leather jacket,” according to one eyewitness. “She had on a matching beige string, big black fishnet stockings and really high, high heels…but no pants!”