All of Lady Gaga’s Stunning Looks from the Chromatica Ball

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July 22, 2022
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Mother Monster has risen!

 

 

After the vividly colorful release of Chromatica and the wonderland of the Dawn of Chromatica Remixes, Lady Gaga finally kicks off the supporting tour called Chromatica Ball. The first leg began in Düsseldorf, Germany, where she performed iconic songs from her sixth studio album—and doing so in impeccable fashion. The popstar surprised ballgoers by reviving her Mother Monster-esque style, far away from the (slightly) pared-down aesthetic of Joanne and A Star is Born. Safe to say, the show wouldn’t be complete without Lady Gaga’s stunning looks.

 

Creative director Nicola Formichetti and stylists Sandra Amador and Tom Eerebout came together to birth the Chromatica Ball looks. From Gareth Pugh, Christian Lacroix to Alexander McQueen, they turned to Lady Gaga’s favorite brands to double down on Chromatican fashion. Extravagant, campy and unapologetically her, Chromatica Ball is dripping with glam. Mind you, it’s been a hefty five years since her last tour, so this monster-slash-behemoth of a production deserves an equally fantastic wardrobe.

 

Up ahead, we list Lady Gaga’s stunning looks from the first night of Chromatica Ball.

 

 

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Grey Geometric Glory

Lady Gaga opens with the classic, such as Bad Romance, Just Dance and Poker Face, in this grey geometrical Gareth Pugh suit. FYI, Pugh has provided Lady Gaga with a lot of her geometric outfits since 2009. Aside from wearing a piece from his S/S 2007 RTW collection in one of her interludes, Pugh created a custom grey outfit for the pop star. The geometric, sculpturesque body armor opens to show a structured blazer with matching paperbag trousers.

 

 

No Sugar, All Spice

Red is undeniably Lady Gaga’s color (TBH, the entire color wheel is hers), to which she plays up to a tee in Act II. For her red number during Alice, she and her team tapped Topo Studio Design House—co-owned by her little sister, Natali Germanotta, to create this incredibly detailed outfit. The flowy dress mixes custom-dyed organza, silk and sequins to mimic muscle tendons and blood. Lady Gaga tops this off with matching leather thigh-high boots and leather gloves.

 

 

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The top of the number detaches, revealing a latex bodysuit by Vex Clothing, the brand responsible for a handful of her daring looks. For the rest of the set, Lady Gaga stuns with the bloody latex turtleneck.

 

 

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The 411 on the 911

For 911, Lady Gaga shows us what law enforcement in Chromatica looks like: dark and edgy. (But hey, in this utopian world, they’re also not bastards.) This stunning Lady Gaga look incorporates a deconstructed suit by Topo Studio and Muto-Little, accessorized with a pointed shoulder jacket and mini-glove by H.O.N. She tops it off with a utilitarian touch by wearing a PVC biker cap by Noel Stewart.

 

 

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The Golden Age of Chromatica

Partying in ancient city-style means bringing all the glamour and the gold. Lady Gaga does so in custom Alexander McQueen. The golden outfit—the cropped jacket, sleeveless shirt and trousers—gleam against the concert lights. And then Lady Gaga enters Chromatica’s golden age as she proudly proclaims, “This is not a tour. It’s a ball, kids, so put your hands up!”

 

 

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For the tail end of Babylon and Free Woman, Lady Gaga wears a golden, long-sleeved lamé gown designed by Topo Studio once again. The avant-garde sleeves are seriously giving choir leader in the best way possible. If this is what worship looks like in Chromatica, best believe I’ll be in perfect attendance.

 

 

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In The Deep End

After closing Act III with an explosive and empowering performance of Born This Way, Lady Gaga kicks off Act IV on her Dragon Head’s piano. Then, donning a black Vex Clothing latex bodysuit and a headpiece plucked straight out of Chromatica, she starts her ballad set. Of course, she kicks it off with the ever-so emotive Shallow and even performs Always Remember Us This Way for the first time.

 

 

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We Want *Your* Stupid Love, Gaga!

For the final act of Chromatica Ball, Lady Gaga enters the stage in Alexander McQueen. Her statement piece is the cropped leather jacket accentuated by leather eyelets, paired with crystal harness embroidery. If anything, this outfit looks plucked right out of her Born This Way era, wild eyeliner and all.

 

 

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Lady Gaga ends the show with a blaze of glory and a last-minute costume change. The highlight? Her giant monster claw. If that isn’t the biggest show that screams “Mother Monster’s back!,” then I don’t know what will.

 

 

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The Chromatica Ball has 17 more stops before it ends on September 17 in Miami. Knowing Mother Monster, Lady Gaga’s list of stunning looks will keep on growing as this tour progresses.

 

Got a favorite like from all of these? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

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