The star stayed true to her reputation at the Toronto International Film Festival Friday, opting for an oversized, embellished pink coat and plastic-y wide legged trousers. The 31-year-old’s avant-garde look is custom Lanotta Studio, and Gaga’s younger sister, Natali Germanotta, created the jacket.
The “Just Dance” singer’s new revealing Netflix documentary, “Gaga: Five Foot Two,” premiered at the festival to a standing ovation from theatergoers.
During the photocall for the film, Gaga appeared in an all-black outfit, adding an edgy element to her look with sky-high platform shoes — a Gaga staple for the past decade that makes the star appear taller than her actual height, the 5-foot-2 referenced in her documentary title.
Gaga documented her photocall look with a series of Instagram posts, sharing a video of herself doing the “Bad Romance” dance in her outfit and captioning a selfie with a thanks to fans, writing, “Thank you to all the monsters wishing me such support and wishes. I have not seen the documentary yet but I know that it includes very private raw moments in my life that I am ready to share with all of you. I love you. I love music. And I love life.”
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