Lady Gaga Transformed Into A Punk Ballerina For Her 'Haus Of Gaga' Exhibition In Las Vegas
- Lady Gaga's most over-the-top and legendary outfits are currently on display at HAUS OF GAGA/LAS VEGAS at Park MGM in Las Vegas.
- The singer-actress made an impromptu visit to the grand opening and looked fierce in her crop top, tulle skirt, combat boots, and high ponytail.
Lady Gaga's eccentric fashion choices are officially museum-worthy. The singer-actress, who recently nabbed her first Oscar win, now has her most legendary outfits on display at the HAUS OF GAGA/LAS VEGAS activation at Park MGM in Las Vegas.
Her 2010 MTV Video Music Awards meat dress, the Versace bodysuit she rocked during her 2017 Super Bowl performance, and the custom look she wore during her iconic "Paparazzi" performance at the 2009 VMAs are all featured in the space.
To celebrate this monumental achievement, Lady Gaga made a surprise visit to the grand opening and unsurprisingly served up yet another killer outfit. The focal point of her ensemble was a custom Laurence & Chico orange tulle skirt that resembled an avant-garde ballerina.
However, in true Gaga fashion, the A Star is Born actress styled it with a pair of edgy black combat boots with elevated platforms. She added a black crop top with "Don't Be a Drag, Just Be a Queen" emblazoned on the front. (The lyrics on her T-shirt are from her song "Born This Way.") She accessorized with an extra large pair of silver hoop earrings and leopard-print sunglasses.
Her platinum blonde hair was pulled up into a high ponytail that she whipped around back and forth as she posed for the cameras. Beauty-wise, Gaga's skin looked luminous and her coral lipstick cleverly matched her tulle skirt.
“Lady Gaga and I wanted this experience to reflect the most iconic moments the Haus of Gaga has conceptualized during her career,” said Haus of Gaga member and curator Nicola Formichetti in a statement. “Our vision for HAUS OF GAGA/LAS VEGAS is a space that will visually immerse fans into Lady Gaga’s most iconic moments that will leave them in awe.”
Mother Monster is bringing a charity aspect to the exhibit as well. Select pieces from the display will be auctioned off, where 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the Born This Way Foundation, which Gaga started with her mother Cynthia Germanotta.