Lady Gaga looks eternally chic wearing a white pussy bow blouse and tuxedo to promote the Tudor watch
Lady Gaga exuded classic elegance when she showcased her superior style in a new ad for Tudor watches.
The chromatic artist, 34, was stunned as she wore a crisp white pussy bow blouse and black tuxedo-style pants as she posed on a deck high above the LA skyline.
Gaga reached into her pocket and emphasized the everlasting coolness of her luxurious wristwatch as she leaned against a glass wall and smiled at the camera.
Beware: Lady Gaga looked chic as she showed off her gorgeous Tudor watch in a new ad posted Thursday
The Grammy winner had her icy blonde locks swept down with chic ’70s curtain ties and a bit of bedhead-inspired tangle. For makeup, Gaga opted for a silvery smoky eye and thick, fluttering lashes.
To keep it simple, she captioned the shot: ‘#BornToDare.’
Ever the pioneer, the Stupid Love singer became Tudor’s first female ambassador in 2019.
Classic: The chromatic artist, 34, wowed while wearing a crisp white pussybow blouse with black tuxedo-style pants
Icon: Once the pioneer, the Stupid Love singer became Tudor’s first female ambassador in 2019
Speaking of her partnership with the Swiss brand around that time, Gaga said, “ I mean, the truth is, when it comes to doing, you know, sponsoring or being the face of something, it’s not really something that normally interests me. in, but they are [Tudor] so innovative. ‘
Gaga is currently in Italy to photograph Ridley Scott’s House Of Gucci, where she will play the role of ‘black widow’ Patrizia Reggiani, who was found guilty of paying a € 300,000 hitman for the murder of 46-year-old Maurizio Gucci in 1995.
Ever the devoted actress, the multihyphenate has been physically transformed for the role by dropping her signature blonde or pastel locks for a deep chocolate brown look.
Chameleon: Gaga traded her blonde locks for a rich brunette for her role in Ridley Scott’s upcoming drama House Of Gucci (seen on set in Rome on March 22, 2021 above)
Reggiani gave her estranged husband a hit after Gucci left her for another woman 10 years earlier, telling her he was going on a short business trip from which he never returned
Reggiani was initially sentenced to 29 years in 1998, reduced to 26 years on appeal. She was serving 18 before being released in October 2014.
The film is based on the bestselling The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamor and Greed by author Sara Gay Forden.
Resentment: Reggiani, nicknamed the ‘Black Widow’, was found guilty of paying a hitman € 300,000 (£ 240,000) for the murder of 46-year-old Maurizio Gucci, an heir to the fashion empire