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Lady Gaga Steps Out in a Statement-Making Purple Valentino Couture Cape Dress in NYC

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It's another casual day for Lady Gaga, which means showing off yet another boundary-pushing statement ensemble that proves her reign on camp.

On Saturday night, the singer was spotted in New York City stepping out of Radio City Music Hall in a full-on, head-turning purple fit including a Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino Haute Couture cape dress from the fall/winter 2021 collection, a matching lilac feathered headdress by Philip Treacy, and a pair of coordinated purple-lined Marc Jacobs shades. She complemented the look with bright-yellow leather gloves and barely-there stilettos.

The singer was reportedly leaving rehearsals for a special joint performance with singer Tony Bennett for a special recording of MTV's Unplugged. The two artists are expected to perform collaborations from their 2014 jazz album, Cheek to Cheek.

Photo credit: BACKGRID
Photo credit: BACKGRID

Gaga took the streets of New York City earlier in the week showing off a plethora of other bold statement ensembles ahead of her upcoming shows, including a standout number featuring her staple nine-inch lace-up platform boot heels. In a look this past Tuesday, the star wore a tight black minidress featuring statement angel feather wings—and she served an ode to Richard Quinn the following day in a flowing floral gown by the designer.

Aside from her iconic street fashion and musical engagements, the pop mogul will also appear in the much-anticipated House of Gucci. The film, which is set to release this November, follows the real-life assassination of the famed one-time head of the fashion house Maurizio Gucci, and sees Gaga starring opposite Adam Driver as Patrizia Reggiani, the wife of Gucci (played by Driver).

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