Lady Gaga has been gracing our feed with her presence and her style – to say the least.
The House of Gucci actress and ‘Just Dance’ singer was spotted earlier this week in Manhattan, where she wrapped up three nights at Radio City Music Hall, performing alongside her musical idol, Tony Bennet, stepping out in a custom gown by Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika.
Gaga has been turning heads all week throughout New York, and this look was the cherry on top of the tiered couture looks she’s been serving up. As the singer exited the venue greeting fans, Gaga stunned in a custom gown featuring a plunging neckline filled with crystallized detailing, 3D silver floral applique and delicate straps that dazzled our eyes.
Georges Hobeika took to his Instagram to reveal a behind-the-scenes and in the making of her custom gown, sharing, ‘A nod to the golden age of Hollywood: here’s a look at the making of the custom show-stopping #GEORGESHOBEIKAdress the iconic LADY GAGA (@ladygaga) stepped out in after her One Last Time concert at Radio City Music Hall. The crystallized silk-tulle fabric with iridescent elements, plunging neckline, and 3D flower details at the hem of the creation come together to make it a timeless piece, fit for a timeless star.
Within the sketches, initially, Hobeika created a custom feathered stole for the crystallised dress, as seen in the sketches. Still, Gaga opted to wear the feathered stole on its own backstage when posing next to Bennett before the show.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Gaga sporting regional designers. From red carpets to live performances and on-screen interviews, the singer and actress continuously shows her love for the region, and ever since she’s landed in New York, she’s made the Plaza hotel her very own runway. We’ve seen her in the latest designs from Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Loewe, Alessandra Rich, and now Georges Hobeika.