Lady Gaga and Versace Celebrate Born This Way’s 10th Anniversary With Pride-themed Clothing

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‘Different is beautiful’: Lady Gaga teams up with Versace to celebrate Born This Way’s 10th anniversary with Pride-themed clothing

Lady Gaga teamed up with Versace to celebrate both Pride and the 10th anniversary of her album Born This Way with a limited edition clothing collection.

The 35-year-old superstar took to Instagram to share the news, modeling a black beret with rainbow lettering and an oversized white T-shirt from the line.

Thirty percent of the proceeds from the sale will go to Gaga’s Born This Way foundation, and the line is intended to support the LQBTQ+ community and mental health.

Clothing for a Good Cause: In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way, the megastar has teamed up with Versace to launch a limited edition clothing collection of pride-themed pieces in support of LGBTQ

The House of Gucci star looked effortlessly cool as she leaned on a couch in two of the pieces, shooting a short video.

She continued to add attitude to the look with a bright green printed belt and Ray-Ban sunglasses, while flashing a red lip.

Versace has always been a leader. Since Gianni, Donatella, Allegra and still they have celebrated the beautiful colors of love that we have within us to offer each other. We were all more different, and different is beautiful,” she wrote.

The Rain On Me Singer Kept Thanking Donatella For ‘supporting LGBTQ+ mental health and the tenth anniversary of Born This Way.”

Attitude: The House of Gucci star looked effortlessly cool as she leaned on a couch in two of the pieces, shooting a short video

Attitude: The House of Gucci star looked effortlessly cool as she leaned on a couch in two of the pieces, shooting a short video

Pricey: The eye-catching beret retails for $350 and both the black and white Born This Way x Versace shirts sell for $250, but 30% of the proceeds go to Gaga's Born This Way foundation

Pricey: The eye-catching beret retails for $350 and both the black and white Born This Way x Versace shirts sell for $250, but 30% of the proceeds go to Gaga's Born This Way foundation

Pricey: The eye-catching beret retails for $350 and both the black and white Born This Way x Versace shirts sell for $250, but 30% of the proceeds go to Gaga’s Born This Way foundation

Donatella: 'Thank you Donatella for supporting LGBTQ+ mental health and Born This Way's tenth anniversary,' wrote Gaga in her caption;  pictured on Stonewall Day 2019

Donatella: ‘Thank you Donatella for supporting LGBTQ+ mental health and Born This Way’s tenth anniversary,’ wrote Gaga in her caption; pictured on Stonewall Day 2019

The standout beret retails for $350 and both the black and white Born This Way x Versace shirts retail for $250.

In addition, a special replica of the $20,000 Versace leather jacket the singer wore on her Born This Way Ball tour will also be up for auction via omaze.com.

Bidding for the custom garment – ​​which took 400 hours to make – officially closes on June 30, and the winner will be announced on July 14.

And the party doesn’t stop at luxury garments. Earlier this week, Gaga announced that she will be releasing a special edition of her 2011 album on June 18, much to the delight of her fans.

Chance to win: A special replica of the $20,000 Versace leather jacket the singer wore on her Born This Way Ball tour will also be up for auction via Omaze.com

Chance to win: A special replica of the $20,000 Versace leather jacket the singer wore on her Born This Way Ball tour will also be up for auction via Omaze.com

Icon: The Rain On Me singer was given a key to the city of West Hollywood on May 23, and an official Born This Way Day was declared

Icon: The Rain On Me singer was given a key to the city of West Hollywood on May 23, and an official Born This Way Day was declared

The record will feature new packaging as well as a second disc featuring redesigned versions of the 14 songs sung by various collaborators.

On May 23, the staunch LGBTQ ally was also given a key to the city of West Hollywood in honor of her years of activism.

Prior to Pride month, “Born This Way” was painted on Robertson Blvd and declared an official Born This Way Day as her song has become an anthem for the community.

“You’ve been the goddamn key to my heart for a long time,” she told a cheering crowd in her acceptance speech. ‘I promise I’ll always be here for this day… to celebrate with you. To feel joy with you, to cry with you, to laugh with you. Because do you know what we are? We are poets and we just talk to each other.’

“You’ve been the goddamn key to my heart for a long time,” she told a cheering crowd in her acceptance speech after Mayor Lindsey Horvath gifted her a key

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