Lady Gaga literally shines at the Grammys while wearing new Celine and Tiffany and Co.
We weren't readyBy B. del Rio
February 11, 2019 at 11:34 am

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Lady Gaga proceeded to this year’s Grammys already knowing she’s a winner. And yes, she arrived there looking like one. The pop star once again slayed her red carpet look with a sequinned silver Celine dress by Hedi Slimane, a good friend of the singer. She completed the look with a stunning Tiffany & Co.necklace featuring over 100 carats of diamonds, which reportedly required a distinct diamond cutting process that’s never been done before.

“It was a huge challenge just finding a stonecutter who could create the stones that we envisioned when it was designed,” Tiffany & Co.’s chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff told Refinery29. “It was conceived in the absence of any concrete knowledge about whether it was achievable or not, and in the end, after many, many months, the team was able to create something with a real sense of luxury but with a modern and innovative feel to it.”

Aside from the two awards she had already snagged prior to the ceremony, plus the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance of the Year with Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga is also performing during the ceremony, and may still take home the Record of the Year, as well as Song of the Year.

But let’s be real, even without these wins, she’s already looking like the biggest winner of the night.

[Elle and Refinery29]

Photo courtesy of @ladygagagalaxy’s Instagram account

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