Lady Gaga has had quite the year. From receiving countless awards and her first Golden Globe nod to performing at the Oscars and getting engaged, Gaga can add 2015 as another milestone year.
It wouldn’t be a momentous year without a few fashion statements — we are talking about Gaga here. The pop star made FN’s list of 40 Greatest Celebrity Shoe Moments Of 2015 for the heel-less platform boots she wore to the Met Gala in May. To no one’s surprise, she also made this year’s Most Daring Shoe Moments with her Alexander McQueen Armadillo booties, purchased by fiancé Taylor Kinney for a whopping $295,000.
Lady Gaga wears various designers when it comes to her street style and red carpet looks, but this year,she seemed to favor Brian Atwood on more than one occasion.
Mother Monster moved into the jazz world this year, teaming up with Tony Bennett to create Grammy-winning album “Cheek to Cheek.” The duo embarked on a seven-month tour that wrapped in August. To top it off, Gaga received the Young Artist Award at The Americans for The Arts 2015 National Arts Awards, with Bennett by her side. As she won her “most meaningful” award, Gaga wore a pair of Brian Atwood silk pumps. She later opted for the same shoes at the “Rock the Kasbah” premiere.
Gaga then made her way to Hollywood with her Golden Globe-nominated performance as the Countess in “American Horror Story: Hotel.” For the premiere, the star stunned on the red carpet as she was — conveniently — draped in red, wearing matching platform Brian Atwood heels.
Gaga’s style has certainly evolved from the infamous meat dress. Just recently, she attended the 2015 Women In Music event to receive the Woman of the Year award. She dressed in a sleek long white skirt and matching halter top, paired with white and gold platforms.
Throughout the year, Gaga seemed to have moved away from her outlandish stage looks, wearing elegant dresses like the Brandon Maxwell spring ’16 gown she donned for the Emmys and the Tom Ford dress she wore on the British Fashion Awards red carpet.