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Met Gala Style Evolution ft. Lady Gaga


Met gala is an annual fundraiser even host by the Metropolitan museum of Arts in New York. See how the Pop artist Lady Gaga walked down the red carpet each year.


In 2015 the American pop singer Lady Gaga had her debut to walk on the red carpet in Met Gala. Let’s see how she managed to left people in wonder throughout the years passed on.

Met Gala or The Met Ball is an annual event held by the Metropolitan Museum of Arts in New York City. And celebrities are often invited to the annual night of the fundraiser which they dress according to the theme. But just because you are a celebrity you do not get invited for the event. You have to make a fashionable remark in the industry. In this article I will show you how the fashion icon Lady Gaga rocked the red carpet in each year since 2015.

2015

Lady Gaga wore a custom made black and creme colored dress designed by Alexander Wang for Balenciaga with a black feather like crown.

2016

For the 2016 Met Gala she wore a bodysuit decorated with silver sequins and a metallic jacket with fishnets. The dress was designed by Versace. She paired the dress with exceptionally ling high heels.

2019

For her 3rd Met Gala Lady Gaga wore a 4 tier outfit.

First she arrived with a huge fachsia pink gown with a 25 feet ling train which was designed by Brandon Maxwell. She accessorized the outfit with a huge pink bow and dramatic eye make up.

With the help of her crew she removed her pink gown to reveal a black strapless dress.

Then she stripped the matte black dress to reveal another hot pink figure hugging dress.

Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell, Met Gala 2019

For her final look she removed her pink dress and revealed her crystal decorated bra and underwear and black pantyhose. She accessorized the look with Tiffany and Co. diamond choker.

Lady Gaga was the first to walk the red carpet during the 2019 Met gala. And made quite an entrance in her 17 minute performance on the pink carpet.

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