Who Designed Lady Gaga's Super Bowl 50 Suit? Those Sequins Are Something Special
Even when she's being somewhat literal, she's still being uniquely herself and totally fashion forward. Lady Gaga wore a custom red pantsuit while flawlessly and dramatically belting out the National Anthem at Super Bowl 50. Like her vocal performance, Gaga's fit-and-flare pantsuit was absolutely unforgettable, thanks to the nipped-at-the-waist jacket and those bell bottoms. While skinny jeans and slim pants have been having a moment for like 10 years, it seems like Gaga could bring back the '70s flared leg with one single performance. But who designed her bright, bold, and glittery two-piece suit?
It was actually a bespoke Gucci outfit. While the suit was part of a patriotic ensemble that included red eye shadow, a blue stiletto manicure, and mismatched stars 'n' stripes heels, it was designed by the Italian fashion brand. It made total sense, since Lady Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is a proud Italian-American who often celebrates her heritage. She was singing America's National Anthem while wearing an Italian suit, showing off both elements of her personal identity.
She did Ma and Pa Germanotta, Little Monsters, and America proud with her look and her sound. Gaga doesn't do pantsuits very often, but when she does, she totally slays 'em.
The Gucci pantsuit was fitted at the waist and had statement shoulders. But overall, the ensemble wasn't super slim or straight, thanks to those majorly flared pants. The silhouette didn't swallow her and it even made the petite singer appear taller.
You can appreciate the width of her pant legs here! She didn't over accessorize, either. It was all about the suit and the heels.
Lady Gaga, your suit just won the Super Bowl.