Why Lady Gaga's Sheer Feathered Dress Holds Sentimental Value
Lady Gaga has been sticking to a classic and elegant red carpet wardrobe this season. At the 2022 Grammys, she wore a total of three dresses, finishing the night in the most special design of all: a turquoise crepe-back-satin and custom dyed silk velvet gown from Topo Studio NY. Topo Studio is her sister’s, Natali Germanotta, design house, which offers full-service garment development from sketch to construction.
Gaga’s intricately crafted Grammys look came personalized with an embroidered tag that read “Stef” and a detachable sheer feathered capelet speckled with rhinestones. Gaga played up the pops of silver with Tiffany & Co. flower earrings in platinum and 18k yellow gold with diamonds, plus a pair of metallic pointed-toe pumps.
Prior to showing off her sister’s emerging label in the audience, Gaga performed “Love For Sale” and “Do I Love You” in a blue Elie Saab Haute Couture satin gown with a strapless A-line silhouette, a gigantic bow, and a floor-sweeping train at the back. Over the course of the night, she also won two Grammys, including best traditional pop vocal album and best-engineered album, non-classical, for “Love For Sale” with Tony Bennett.
Earlier in the evening, Gaga walked the red carpet in a one-shoulder black-and-white Armani Privé gown, replete with a satin train that swept gracefully around the back of the dress. She accessorised the look with eye-catching Tiffany & Co. jewels.
It’s not the first time Gaga has worn Topo Studio, and we doubt it will be the last. Previously, she wore two dresses on stage – one in black velvet and the other with champagne feathers and a nude mesh bodice – at an album launch in LA.
Ahead, see why Gaga’s turquoise gown stood out on Grammys night – for both its sentimental value and its regal air.