For #ThrowBackThursday this week, we look back at some of her most ‘gaga’ style moments of all time.
When Lady Gaga released her debut album, “The Fame,” in 2008, she had blunt bangs and donned big sunglasses. She wore this red hooded bodysuit to MTV’s TRL.
At the 2009 Video Music Awards, Gaga changed into numerous outfits throughout the night. Her first was this feathery black dress.
She accepted an award on stage in this lace getup, crown, and face mask, prompting some weird looks from Eminem.
Between the hairpiece and see-through lace, her outfit at the launch of V61 sure was something.
She stuck with the lace covering her face at the 2009 ACE Awards where she also wore a pink satin bra over a shirt, fishnets under her shorts, and platform shoes.
She met Queen Elizabeth II while wearing a red latex gown.
Lady Gaga showed up to the 2010 Grammys in insanely high shoes — her staple — and a gown reminiscent of space.
She wore even nuttier shoes and a crazy headpiece after winning her first two Grammys.
Gaga isn’t afraid of wild hair and went all out for the 2010 Brit Awards where she also wore a layered gown.
Later that night, she switched into a see-through white bodysuit-esque outfit.
Gaga arrived at the 2010 MTV VMA’s in an Alexander McQueen gown, but it was her change into a raw meat ensemble which made headlines and caused controversy.
She appeared at the 2011 VMA’s as her alter ego Jo Calderone.
Gaga helped ring in 2012 wearing this circular cage in NYC.
Her head was encircled by a bunch of flowers when she attended a fashion show.
Gaga took a major spin on a suit jacket and skirt at the Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards.
Gaga had a residency at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC in 2014 and emerged from a taxi in a new outfit every night. This see-through rose bodysuit was particularly memorable.
As was this head-to-toe fuzzy ensemble.
At the 2016 Grammy Awards, she honored David Bowie on the red carpet with bright orange hair, an intensely blue jacket, and towering red platforms. We now who inspired Sheebah’s Asfa 2017 outfit.
Gaga took the 2016 Met Gala theme of Manus x Machina to heart with her leotard inspired by a circuit board. She also brought back her platform shoes.
Source: This is insider
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