Lady Gaga was in London to perform on ‘The X Factor’, no doubt in a bid to entice people to watch the dated show.
The singer stepped out in four looks this weekend starting with this YSL Spring 2012 ensemble on Saturday.
Who would’ve thought that the singer would be the first to showcase this collection?
Her pretty pink ruffled top was teamed with a black skirt with a split, which was accented with a belt. The fit of the skirt is a bit off for me. It looks too big. The belt is supposed to be covering that fact, but it is doing the opposite by highlighting it.
Black leather gloves, sky-high Louboutins and cat-eye sunglasses completed this look.
Later on the same evening, the singer donned another look from the YSL Spring 2012 collection.
You’d be forgiven if you thought this look was Haider Ackermann. The colours and style are very reminiscent of his Fall 2011 collection.
Navy satin shorts were paired with a teal blue halter top, which was twisted on the runway, and matching suede loafers with gold hardware.
I was very excited to see Gaga wearing Aquilano. Rimondi as I’m a huge fan of the Italian designers.
Gaga wore this Spring 2012 look as she made her way to the X Factor studios on Sunday.
A remembrance day poppy accented her beaded cap-sleeve top which she paired with a tulip-shaped baroque-printed skirt.
Whilst I prefer the runway styling of tucking the top into the skirt, I’m just happy to see this look off the runway.
Gaga also wore the runway python-print five-strap platform pumps with white gloves, hexagon shades and a pearl necklace.
After her performance, Lady Gaga was probably tired of wearing clothing as she donned half of this Moschino Spring 2012 look.
An ivory double breasted blazer with gold buttons was teamed with an ivory shirt with a black ribbon tied around the collar.
Fishnet tights and her favourite Louboutin’s completed her look.
Which look is your favourite?
Aquilano. Rimondi wins for me.
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