Lady Gaga shocked us once again with her bizarre sartorial choice on Wednesday as she stepped out of The Langham Hotel, where she was seen posing with a very detailed custom cake in celebration of the 150th anniversary of London’s first grand hotel.
The 29-year-old singer wore Pippi Longstocking plait pigtails and crazy makeup with glittery red eye shadow and layers of thick black eyeliner, outlining her eyes, eyebrows, and eyelids. She kept her outfit a bit toned down, choosing a black-and-white structured coat dress from Alexander McQueen’s spring/summer 2015 collection featuring silver trims, a high neck, shoulder pads, and extra-long sleeves with slits. Later that day, the “Applause” singer was spotted wearing a lobster-inspired hat by Philip Treacy, who was seen leaving his Belgravia shop with the controversial singer.
Lady Gaga wearing Pippy Longstocking plaits while leaving The Langham Hotel in London, England, on June 10, 2015
Lady Gaga wearing a lobster-inspired hat while arm in arm with Philip Treacy as they leave his shop in Belgravia, London, on June 10, 2015
Gaga completed her bizarre ensemble with a pair of Alexander McQueen lace-up sandals, which are made of snakeskin leather and feature pink trims, lace-up fastenings, open toes, double platforms, and illusion heels. If there’s one person who can sport such dangerously high heels effortlessly, it’s no other than the Mother Monster herself.
Lady Gaga wearing Alexander McQueen sandals
These Alexander McQueen sandals are already sold out, but you can check out similar styles below, which are a lot more wearable than Lady Gaga’s.
Alexander McQueen Ankle-Tie Snake-Embossed Leather Sandals, $912.79 (before: $1,955)
Alexander McQueen Platform Sandals, $1,116 (before: $1,395)
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