Lady Gaga might have just wowed us on the red carpet with her first dress, an elegant black number by Alexander McQueen, but she wasn’t done.
Taking to the stage to perform Shallow with Bradley Cooper, Gaga swapped gloves for another black tie dress, this time a Brandon Maxwell number with a grand ballgown skirt and a skater-like top.
Complete with the same $41 million Tiffany & Co. necklace that she wore on the red carpet, Gaga’s second look was just as elegant as the first.
Now, the dress is available to buy, stocked on Moda Operandi for a cool $9,065 — a low price to pay for a taste of Oscars history, right?
Performing with Cooper, Gaga looked all the part an old school movie star, with her classic updo going perfectly with the skater-esque cut of the gown.
An Oscars-worthy moment if we ever saw it!