We’ve seen meat dresses and countless other otherworldly styles from Lady Gaga over the years, but her political fashion might be the most notable of all. On November 2, the Grammy Award-winning singer took to the campaign trail with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. She spoke and performed at his rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, debuting three outfits throughout the evening and two must-see masks.
Lady Gaga arrived at the rally in style. She wore all-black, donning a sophisticated Alexander McQueen suit and blouse. She accessorized with earrings from the famed British fashion designer and dangerously tall Pleaser Xtreme-1020 Boots. But the most eye-catching part of the look was her “VOTE” face mask, brought to life by celebrity fashion designer Michael Ngo. The collector’s edition mask is available now for you to hold on to for, well, every election to come.
For her on-stage speech, Gaga changed up her ‘fit and her mask. She swapped the first protective face covering for a crystal denim one that’s made from Levi’s 501 Jeans. This VOTE x Crystal Denim Mask was designed by Ngo, too, and it’s only available for a limited time, so you ought to act fast if you want to vote like Gaga.
The A Star Is Born actress paired the mask with a long-sleeved dark-wash denim midi dress that tied around the waist. She slipped off those sky-high heels and into a less-intimidating pair of boots to address the audience.
“Now is the time to show up and vote like this country depends on it, because it does,” says Gaga.
Her final outfit change of the evening was the most low-key of all. To perform a couple of her all-time favorite hits, the New York native wore a white sweater featuring the Democratic presidential candidate’s name inside the outline of a heart. For bottoms, she went with Rag & Bone Nina High-Rise Ankle Cigarette Jeans in No Fade Black, and she accessorized with matching gloves and boots.
In the 2016 Presidential race, Trump won Pennsylvania by a slim margin. This year, Lady Gaga and Biden put in the work to ensure that every resident knows how important it is to make their voice heard at the polls.
So there you have it. Have you voted yet?