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Lady Gaga wore a dress on the Gucci runway for the “House of Gucci” premiere

Gucci has had a few big days over the past week thanks to the Gucci Love Parade and their appearance at Saturday’s LACMA gala, but things are about to turn ten as the first premiere of Gucci House is officially upon us. On Tuesday, the star-packed cast of Ridley Scott’s highly anticipated film stepped out in London dressed in something other than tons and tons of Gucci. And while the supporting cast looked sharp in velvet suits and gold lamés, all eyes were, of course, on Patrizia Gucci herself, Lady Gaga.

Gaga stepped out in a dress fresh out of the Love Parade, the first person to wear an item from the collection, which debuted last week and was aptly inspired by Hollywood and the movies. Gaga opted for a purple pleated dress with an incredibly high slit. The fabric gathers in the center of his torso before spouting in all directions, including down his back in a cascading cape, which Gaga had fun flipping for the cameras on the red carpet.

Style-wise, Gaga didn’t stray too far from the original look that paraded the runway. She paired the dress with a sheer, gloved undershirt and bold fishnet thigh highs. The singer added her own flavor, however, with the dizzying platform heels that have become her hallmark. This specific pair were simple black leather boots with a studded platform and heel.

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On the red carpet, Gaga posed with the rest of the film’s cast, including longtime Gucci muse Jared Leto, who wore the brand’s turquoise velvet suit and carried their anatomical ‘heart bag’ from the Aria collection. Salma Hayek, who plays Patrizia’s friend Pina Auriemma, wore a gold Gucci dress with a fitted waist and structured bodice, while Gaga’s husband and on-screen victim Adam Driver opted to keep things simple in a Burberry suit.

Ahead of the film’s premiere, Gaga talked a lot about how she got into the character of Patrizia. She revealed in her British Vogue cover story that she experienced as the Black Widow for a year and a half while filming, speaking in her Italian accent for nine months of that time. “I never broke up,” she said. “I stayed with her.

It looks like Gaga’s dedication can pay off. The actress is already creating a lot of Oscar buzz thanks to the film, with rumors that she won her first Major Acting Award at this year’s ceremony.

Gucci House opens in theaters November 24.

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Cory E. Barnes

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