Met Gala? More like Met Gaga! Lady Gaga proved that sometimes one look isn’t enough at the 2019 Costume Institute Benefit on Monday, May 6, in New York City. The Star Is Born actress, 33, underwent a public met-amorphosis, changing into four looks by designer and close friend Brandon Maxwell at the star-studded event.
VIEW GALLERY Lady Gaga wowed at the 2019 Met Gala wearing multiple designs by Brandon Maxwell
The Golden Globe winner arrived with the designer, as well as with an entourage of umbrella-holding, tuxedo-clad dancers, wearing a hot pink parachute dress that featured a 25-foot train, and a matching bow headband, before unveiling her second look beneath: a black asymmetrical strapless gown.
VIEW GALLERY The actress turned heads in four looks on the pink carpet in NYC
After posing with an umbrella and delivering a dramatic performance-like entrance, the Bad Romance singer changed her look again in front of the cameras, shedding her black gown to reveal a hot pink column dress.
VIEW GALLERY Lady Gaga played with a phone on the pink carpet during her third outfit change
Gaga completed her third look with bedazzled over-sized sunglasses and a vintage mobile phone that she played with on the carpet. However, that wasn’t the final look. For her grand finale, Gaga stripped down to her undergarments – a crystal black bra, matching panties and fishnet stockings – before making her way up the famous steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Brandon.
VIEW GALLERY The singer stripped down to her black undergarments at the 2019 Met Gala
As if her costume changes were not enough, the actress stunned with her five-inch long, metallic gold leaf lashes that were created by Gaga's longtime makeup artist Sarah Tanno, according to Vogue. Instead of a bag, the pop star opted for a "Haus of Gaga" pink wagon that was filled with Brandon Maxwell branded champagne, pink Joanne cowboy hats, hairspray, a hairbrush and sunglasses. Lady Gaga is one of this year’s co-chairs for the Met Gala, which celebrated the exhibition “Camp: Notes on Fashion" that opens May 9.