It’s official, little monsters, Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album is finally here. At midnight, the pop star released “Chromatica,” and she celebrated with a dance party at home.
Lady Gaga kept with her “Chromatic”-style, of course, wearing a Manga patchwork tee, custom-made for her by Mexican streetwear brand No Name. She paired the look with ripped fish nets, a pink wig and her custom “Chromatica”-themed neoprene face mask with spikes, created by Michael Ngo. To complete the ensemble, Gaga wore her go-to Demonia Slay-301 platform knee-high boots featuring patchwork in hologram pink.
And this outfit can be considered tame, compared to her album artwork look, which could seriously kill. The “Rain on Me” singer wore a Cecilio Castrillo platform boot complete with a knife in place of a stiletto heel, and on her root foot, a design from Gasoline Glamour, which featured a strappy round-toe pump covered in Swarovski crystals and dangling embellished fringe. The heel was also replaced with an animal horn.
Gaga’s new album is a high-anticipated dance record, featuring appearances by Ariana Grande, Blackpink and Elton John. Stay tuned for more as Gaga hosts a listening party online today at 2 p.m. ET.
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