Lady Gaga’s latest album artwork is everything we expect from the artist and more.
The “Stupid Love” singer released the cover for her upcoming sixth studio album “Chromatica,” which features the artist in a dangerous look. She wears a Cecilio Castrillo leather bodysuit with spiky armored sleeves and hornlike shoulder straps.
On her feet, the 34-year-old chose two unique footwear styles, one a studded Cecilio Castrillo platform boot complete with a knife in place of a stiletto heel.
The second style, from Gasoline Glamour, featured a strappy round-toe pump covered in Swarovski crystals and dangling embellished fringe, replacing a heel with a bloody animal horn.
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In another look for the album art, Lady Gaga donned metallic hot pink armor from Laurel DeWitt with scalloped shoulder pads and gladiator-style buckled leg wraps. Her footwear matched the ensemble in a set of metal-embellished platform pumps, also from DeWitt.
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The full all pink metal @ladygaga look for her album packaging by #laureldewitt (except the claws) is out! Huge thank you to @sireleolamar @professionella_ for helping me make this project happen! Styled by @nicolaformichetti and @marta.del.rio ! You both are just beyond! So honored to have created this! #ladygaga #chromatica #littlemonsters
The release of “Chromatica” was postponed to an unannounced date in 2020 because Lady Gaga decided to push back its release in the face of the current coronavirus outbreak. She also postponed her Las Vegas MGM show in addition to a secret Coachella performance she had planned, according to a post she shared on Instagram on March 24. In the meantime, she encouraged fans to stay safe at home and to practice kindness during these difficult times.
While the “Bad Romance” singer’s shoes are custom-made, check out some platform boots that match her style.
To Buy: Demonia Damned-225 Boots, $100.
To Buy: Pleaser Swing-815 Boots, $116.
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