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Lady Gaga wears latex, lace and metal masks in new ‘911’ music video

Lady Gaga’s new “911” music video, which dropped Friday morning, is a lot of things.

Directed by “The Fall” and “The Cell” filmmaker Tarsem Singh, it’s an ode of sorts to her experience with antipsychotic medication, an homage to the 1969 Soviet art film “The Color of Pomegranates” and a mini movie, with a shocking third-act twist we won’t spoil here.

In true Gaga style, it’s also a fashion masterpiece, with the 34-year-old pop superstar donning a whole series of colorful, avant-garde outfits over the course of the “Chromatica” clip.

Below, are all the eye-popping, must-see looks from “911.”

When we first meet Gaga, she’s stranded in a desert and wearing a red mesh mask by Dead Lotus Couture that wouldn’t have looked out of place paired with one of her many 2020 VMAs outfits. Her draped red dress and cape were made custom by Johannes Warnke.

White gloves, a duo of dramatic rings and pearls from House of Emmanuelle and Lillian Shalom — along with bright blue hair and matching eye makeup — round out the look.

Next up, it’s a sheer blue beaded dress by Diego Montoya, a chain-wrapped wrist and another mask, this one a Lance Victor Moore creation made from gold metal thorns and wooden accents.

Gaga ascends in a green off-the-shoulder and vintage silver circlet halo designed by Shaun Leane for Alexander McQueen.

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This red-hot latex bra and skirt combo was designed by Karina Akopyan, while Gaga’s fantastical feathered headpiece is from It-Spain.

Just before the video reaches its tragic conclusion, we see Gaga in this archival lace Alexander McQueen dress from 1995, part of the late designer’s controversial “Highland Rape” collection.

 

 

 

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