Lady Gaga Shows Snippets of Italian Fashion in Her House of Gucci Premiere Tour

Just a few short weeks away from the 24th November release of the House of Gucci, we all are patiently waiting to feast our eyes on the 1980s archival designs from the eponymous fashion house. In the meantime, the leading lady of the movie Lady Gaga is giving us some ‘tailored-trailers’ in her premiere red-carpet tour. And like always, she never disappoints. She always has something cool to say at award shows and other red carpet events. But this time, her fashionable looks are going to be doing all the talking.

The London Premiere

Perfectly leaving up to the hype, Gaga kick-started the premiere show tour with a Gucci number. In the London premiere, the fashionista singer-actress appeared in a storm blowing with a dramatic sheer cape, which was attached with her vibrant purple flowing Gucci gown. The thigh-split dress perfectly showcased her knee-high fishnet stockings and lace-up platform-heeled black boots. It wouldn’t be a surprise if many held their breaths as she walked past them.

The Milan Premiere

Gaga donned a stunning look from another legendary Italian fashion house for the next one. She appeared on the Milan premiere red carpet in a floor-length red silk satin gown from Atelier Versace, inspired by the label’s Spring 1995 collection. Like the UK premiere, she complimented her look accessories with her favorite Tiffany & Co. designer jewelry.

The N.Y. and L.A. Premieres

Lady Gaga continued the Italian fashion theme while touring back to the US with the film’s premieres. For the New York City premiere, she chose a bold black Giorgio Armani velvet bodycon gown, featuring a pois d’esprit tulle halter, completed with shining crystals and an oversized bow. Keeping it simple, she paired the dress with diamond earrings and a large stone-studded link bracelet. Last but by no means least, Gaga perfectly finished off the red carpet tour in Los Angeles with a dazzling final look in a shimmering silver strapless dress by Valentino.