Lady Gaga Glamorous At The 2022 Grammy Awards Showing Off Her Sister’s Dress

 

Lady Gaga wore three extravagant gowns to the 2022 Grammy Awards. Including a silk velvet gown with feather caplets designed by her sister, Natali Germanotta.

 

Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, expressed her gratitude through a post on her Instagram. “Thanks to Topo Studio for making this beautiful dress for me,” she wrote.

 

Topo Studio also showed off the dress on its Instagram page on Monday with a series of photos. The custom dyed gown also includes a heart-shaped bodice in a hand-stitched satin crepe material. “A closer look,” the brand caption reads.

 

Overall, Lady Gaga looks luxurious with a classic Hollywood style. She arrived on the red carpet wearing a black and white one-shoulder dress from Armani Privé which featured a white dress tail and an open back. She completed the look with a retro updo that showcased her dazzling jewelry from Tiffany & Co — yellow gold and platinum necklace featuring morganites and diamonds, and yellow gold and platinum earrings with spinels and purple diamonds.

 

While performing on stage, the 36-year-old singer wore an equally glamorous Elie Saab Couture gown with a large bow on the back.

 

The Topo Studio dress is Gaga’s post-show look. He wore it while sitting in the audience at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, where he posed for photos with fellow music stars including Lil Nas X and BTS’s Kim Taehyung or V.

 

Lady Gaga was nominated for five awards at this year’s Grammy Awards. He and Tony Bennett won the award for the best traditional pop vocal album for Love for Sale, their second collaboration record.

 

As she sings, a video of her friendship with Bennett starts playing in the background. “I love you, Tony, we miss you,” he said after closing the show.

 

The House of Gucci actress also expressed her happiness at getting the thirteenth Grammy award through an Instagram upload. “I won my thirteenth Grammy last night, and I’m crying like the first time I won for ‘Just Dance,'” Lady Gaga wrote.

 

“Tony and I are so grateful for this honor. I am so proud to be part of such a wonderful community of musicians where so many people are valued for their art.”

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