If anyone is known for taking risks when it comes to fashion, it’s Lady Gaga.
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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