2019 Met Gala
A look that many know and already love is Gaga's 'Camp'-themed number at the 2019 Met Gala, where she enlisted close friend Brandon Maxwell to design this four-tiered pink outfit before giving a 15-minute performance on the red carpet.
2019 Academy Awards
Gaga's highly-anticipated 2019 Oscars outfit was a conceptual black Alexander McQueen gown, accentuated by statement hips (a signature of the late designer). However, the true kicker was the 128-carat Tiffany & Co. diamond she wore, which was famously sported by Audrey Hepburn on the Breakfast at Tiffany's press tour in 1961 and is estimated to be worth a cool AU $45 million.
2018 Venice Film Festival
The world was formally introduced to 'Lady Gaga the Film Star' when she stepped onto the Venice Film Festival red carpet in this majestic feathered Valentino Haute Couture gown, originally modelled by Kaia Gerber on the runway. Though it wasn't her first look on the A Star Is Born press tour (a momentous era for her personal style), it definitely set the tone for the rest of her incredible fashion moments to follow.
ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards 2018
At the 2018 ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards, Gaga went pared-back in this oversized Marc Jacobs suit, for a very important reason.
In her speech, she explained: "I tried on dress after dress today getting ready for this event, one tight corset after another, one heel after another, a diamond, a feather, thousands of beaded fabrics and the most beautiful silks in the world. To be honest, I felt sick to my stomach. And I asked myself: What does it really mean to be a woman in Hollywood? We are not just objects to entertain the world. We are not simply images to bring smiles or grimaces to people’s faces. We are not members of a giant beauty pageant meant to be pit against one another for the pleasure of the public. We women in Hollywood, we are voices."
London A Star Is Born premiere
For A Star Is Born's London premiere in 2018, Gaga dug into the archives of Alexander McQueen—one of her most-worn British labels—and re-purposed this Elizabethan-inspired number from the brand's autumn/winter '13 collection.
2017 Grammy Awards
Gaga took biker-chic to the 2017 Grammys in this exposing Alex Ulichny number, complete with black Ray-Bans (the ultimate rockstar addition).
2016 Met Gala
Among a sea of Met Gala ball gowns, Gaga stood out in the best way in this Atelier Versace jacket and bodysuit, complete with huge punk heels and an '80s hairdo.
2016 Golden Globes
This stunning, Marilyn Monroe-inspired Atelier Versace look marked a brief interlude from Gaga's more flamboyant red carpet style, in the year she won a Golden Globe for her performance in American Horror Story: Hotel.
2015 Academy Awards
Though it would be four years before we'd begin to see 'film star Gaga', this Alaïa look at the 2015 Oscars was a memorable taste of what was to come.
2011 Grammy Awards
Definitely not one to feign fitting in with the crowd, Gaga arrived at the 2011 Grammys in a literal egg, before erupting onto the red carpet to perform 'Born This Way', an ode to feeling comfortable in your own skin.
2011 MTV VMAs
Few people remember when Gaga adopted a male alter-ego, 'Jo Calderone', who she performed as at the 2011 VMAs (and presented the Video Vanguard award to none other than Britney Spears).
2011 BRIT Awards
This instantly-recognisable Gaga look, comprising of a tiered Francesco Scognamiglio dress, a lace mask and a statement hairpiece, made sure all eyes were on her.
MTV VMAs 2010
Plenty of us remember where we were when we saw Gaga hit the Grammys red carpet in this Brandon Maxwell dress made from real meat. Gaga later revealed that the dress was a statement against the U.S. military's controversial 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy at the time, which affected LGBTQ+ members of the armed forces.
2009 MTV VMAs
The audience didn't know what to think when Gaga accepted her 'Best New Artist' award at the 2009 VMAs in this (now-iconic) red lace dress, from a 1998 Alexander McQueen collection. Add to that a custom crown, for an all-round incredibly memorable look.