All the world’s a stage for Lady Gaga, and all of us are mere players.
The Queen of Pop is notorious for her theatrical productions and outrageous costumes that continue to shock and blow people’s minds. Remember when she wore a bubble machine dress that actually blew bubbles? Yes, that actually happened. Lady Gaga has been keeping herself busy with the promotion of her new album, ‘Artpop’, which is set for release on November 11. But that did not stop her from sashaying in crazy cool ensembles as she made the rounds on the media circuit.
On Monday, she was seen leaving the ‘Good Morning America’ studio after a performance of her new single, “Applause.” The Grammy-winning pop star, who chose a Wizard of Oz theme for her performance, was spotted wearing a boxy black blazer, matching shorts, and sky-high leather platform heels as she exited the studio in New York.
Lady Gaga in a massive blazer, tiny leather shorts, and gravity-defying skyscraper platform heels as she leaves the Good Morning America studios in New York City on September 9, 2013
Lady Gaga has been spotted wearing massive blazers with rigid square shoulders lately, but this time she wore one in black and paired it with matching leather shorts that showed off her toned legs. The American singer opted for a shoulder-length blonde wig with blunt bangs and hid her eyes behind a pair of dark sunglasses. Her choice of footwear defied gravity as she towered over everyone in extremely high patent leather platform heels.
Lady Gaga teetering on the edge of glory in an all-black ensemble and crazy-high platform heels
The Grammy winner and all-around superstar has an ongoing love affair with insanely high ankle-breakers as she has been seen wearing a multitude of sky-high platform heels over the years. Most recently, she has been clad in her favorite Azzedine Alaïa lace-up leather platform boots while dressing down, eating out, and saying goodbye to her adoring crowd. This time around, on a casual Monday morning, she chose a rather PVC-esque pair of black patent leather platforms with scary high heels.
How she managed to strut down the street in those heels and make it look easy is beyond me. What about you? Can you pull off a pair of skyscraper heels as well as she did?