There can be 100 people in the room, and 99 of them aren’t carrying giant balls of feathers, but all you need is one massively oversized feather accessory to know that Lady Gaga is standing in said room and ready to destroy the sartorial competition.
Gaga, who’s been racking up the accolades for her performance in A Star Is Born this awards season, arrived at the National Board of Review Awards Gala in N.Y.C. on Tuesday in a glittering black tuxedo halter gown from Ralph Lauren with a thigh-high slit running up her left leg. She complemented the classic yet modern gown with a pair of black pumps and diamond statement earrings, her platinum locks curled at the bottom in an Old Hollywood fashion and a bold dark maroon lip lending a splash of color to the ensemble.
The pièce de résistance, you ask? A giant pom pom with black and gold feathers. Is it a purse? Is it a pet? We don’t know, and frankly we don’t care, because it is capital G-L-A-M.
Anyway, the singer and actress saw more than just a fashion win last night, she also accepted the award for Best Actress.
Stephen Colbert kept her poof company while she delivered her speech (it was probably more than coat check could handle).
A Star Is Born also took home the awards for Best Director (Bradley Cooper) and Best Supporting Actor (Sam Elliott).
This article originally appeared on InStyle US.