Met Gala 2019: Lady Gaga makes four stunning transformations in theatrical entrance
Gaga first adorned a massive headband and paired the look with dramatic doll-like makeup and a wavy bob. Gaga knew the moment was her's to own, so she wowed the audience, layers after layer.
We should have known how epic Lady Gaga's entrance at 2019 Met Gala would be. Soon after flaunting a short but enormous Marc Jacobs cocktail dress with a tiny purse, the 33-year-old pop star walked the steps of Met owning a fuschia fashion moment in a ballooned gown with a 25-foot train.
Unlike her itsy-bitsy purse, Gaga adorned a massive headband and paired the look with dramatic doll-like makeup and a wavy bob. Gaga knew the moment was her's to own, so she wowed the audience, layers after layer.
Her iconic and dramatic entry in the fuschia dress accompanied by men carrying umbrellas soon enough transitioned into a theatrical journey in the art of layering. Wearing Brandon Maxwell, and in a Geisha-like movement, Gaga channeled her inner porcelain doll when she began untying her head bow and allowed her designer friend to unzip her cape dress, only to reveal a stunning black corset dress, featuring a long train.
Walking down the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art carrying an umbrella, channeling Rihanna, and posing with sultry moves, she pulled up another fuschia gown underneath. With the help of her designer friend, again, she wowed the audience when the black dress turned bright pink. This time, a column body fitting gown.
That was not all. As she stood still, letting her hands and expressions do the talking, Maxwell walked in and skillfully pinned straps, her team got her oversized studded sunglasses, a telephone, and a lipstick. Her makeup artists swarmed to do her retouch and spray her hair.
Walking up and down the stairs, Gaga made sure the audience was stunned again when Maxwell unzipped her gown once again, but this time to reveal a black crystal bra and panties, giving us a true Gaga moment.