Lady Gaga Put All Our Zoom Outfits to Shame with Two Killer Looks

Erica Gonzales
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From Harper's BAZAAR

  • Lady Gaga wore two elaborate looks during a surprise appearance at a virtual fundraiser benefiting the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, which supports Black trans lives, on Wednesday night.
  • The singer sported a sheer, beaded ensemble and an avant-garde, feathery pink suit for the benefit hosted on Zoom. She shared footage from the online appearance on Instagram too.

Lady Gaga really went above and beyond with her Zoom party wardrobe this week. On Wednesday night, the singer made an unexpected appearance at a virtual fundraiser and celebration (or "fundrager") hosted by Paper magazine for the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, an organization supporting Black transgender people. While the event included fans tuning into the performances from drag queens, musicians, and DJs, Gaga also jumped in with some dancing and deejaying herself.

In classic Gaga fashion, the superstar stunned for the virtual gathering with two over-the-top looks. (Her viewers were all fantastically dressed too.) The first was a black sheer leotard adorned with crystals and tassels by Peruvian designer Augusto Manzanares, who specializes in sparkling, body-hugging designs. Gaga previously sported custom pieces by Manzanares in the dark and alien-like imagery for her Chromatica album, which arrived just last month.

The second look was a bright, bubblegum-pink creation sprouting feather-covered legs from the brand BCALLA from New York City–based designer Bradley Callahan. Gaga has frequented his work in the past as well.

The "Stupid Love" singer shared footage from her fundraiser appearance on Instagram yesterday, featuring herself rocking out to Chromatica tracks and thanking her attendees for joining.




Watch the full stream on Paper and donate to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute here.

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