Leave it to one of the co-chairs of this year’s Met Gala to steal the scene.
Lady Gaga arrived at the fashion event of the year in not one, not two, not three, but four different looks as she truly embraced the theme “Camp: Notes On Fashion”.
All the outfits were designed by Brandon Maxwell with jewels from Tiffany & Co.
Margaret Cho gave her Twitter commentary on the creations. “Gaga re-emerges triumphantly and as she should after 18 months of publicly pretending to tolerate Bradley Cooper. She is giving me ‘Valley Of The Dolls’ and ‘Stepford Wife’ through the lens of Nabokov. I’LL TAKE IT,” the comedian wrote.
As the carpet went on, Gaga wore less and less. This is how she started.
Then came a black ballgown.
From there she switched back into hot pink, this time in a form-fitting dress and fabulous retro accessories.
And then came the final look which Gaga posed extravagantly in.
No word on which of these four (if any) outfits the superstar will be wearing inside the gala.