Lady Gaga wears fluffy angel wings as she towers on HUGE platform heels

She had been seen in the same spot the day before in ridiculously high platform heels.

And Lady Gaga came out of Milk Studios on Tuesday in a similar black ensemble with slightly shorter platform boots.

The 35-year-old singer and actress looked angelic in a striking black Lanvin dress covered in feathers.

Standing tall: Lady Gaga, 35, towered in another set of platform boots as she rocked an angelic vibe in a black dress as she left a photo shoot in New York City on Tuesday

The ribbed, sweater-esque dress from the luxury French fashion house is an unreleased look from the Fall/Winter 2021 collection, according to The Gaga House Instagram account.

The faux turtleneck showed off her tanned legs and was enlivened with a slew of white ostrich feathers.

The 5ft1in beauty stayed with the French designer for her handbag, the Hobo Cat SM model.

The modest black leather bag had a striking gold handle in the shape of a cat and retails for $2,690.

Gorgeous: Gaga wore a black ribbed Lanvin dress with a thick white ostrich feather lining

Gorgeous: Gaga wore a black ribbed Lanvin dress with a thick white ostrich feather lining

Exclusive style: The dress is an unreleased look from the French fashion house's Fall/Winter 2021 collection, according to La Maison Gaga's Instagram account

Sky-high: She was also high in shiny platform boots

Exclusive Style: The dress is a previously unreleased look from the French fashion house’s Fall/Winter 2021 collection, according to La Maison Gaga’s Instagram account. She also stood tall in shiny platform boots

The A Star Is Born actress turned to platform specialist Pleaser Shoes for her incredibly tall Xtreme-1020 patent leather heels.

She contrasted her figure-hugging dress with more angular Marc Jacobs Icon sunglasses, which sell for $250.

She put the focus on her striking ensemble and kept her hair down by tying her wet dark brown locks tightly back in a bun.

The singer seemed to be trying to maintain the same look she wore the day before, when she also left the studio.

She showed more skin in a low-cut Magda Butrym dress while practically hitting the air in an even bigger set of faux leather platform boots.

Luxury: The 5ft1in beauty stuck with the French designer for her handbag, the Hobo Cat SM model.  The modest black leather bag had a striking gold handle in the shape of a cat and retails for $2,690

Luxury: The 5ft1in beauty stuck with the French designer for her handbag, the Hobo Cat SM model. The modest black leather bag had a striking gold handle in the shape of a cat and retails for $2,690

Out of the sun: She contrasted her figure-hugging dress with more angular Marc Jacobs Icon sunglasses, which sell for $250

Out of the sun: She contrasted her figure-hugging dress with more angular Marc Jacobs Icon sunglasses, which sell for $250

Sticking to the theme: The singer seemed to be trying to keep the same look as what she wore the day before, when she also left the studio

Sticking to the theme: The singer seemed to be trying to keep the same look as what she wore the day before, when she also left the studio

Aside from her gorgeous heels, Gaga (real name: Stefani Germanotta) has lately favored more traditionally glamorous ensembles, while putting her pop music on hold to focus on jazz standards and timeless tunes.

Earlier this month, she filmed an MTV Unplugged concert with her friend and longtime collaborator Tony Bennett, with whom she collaborated on their 2014 duet album Cheek To Cheek.

The album debuted at number one, once again making Bennett the oldest musician to have a number one album.

After the success, it was only natural that the singers would work together again.

Back to basics: Earlier this month, she filmed an MTV Unplugged concert with her friend and longtime collaborator Tony Bennett, with whom she collaborated on their 2014 duet album Cheek To Cheek.

Back to basics: Earlier this month, she filmed an MTV Unplugged concert with her friend and longtime collaborator Tony Bennett, with whom she collaborated on their 2014 duet album Cheek To Cheek.

Back for more: The Poker Face artist announced last week that she and Bennett would be reuniting in early August for a series of concerts titled One Last Time: an Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Back for more: The Poker Face artist announced last week that she and Bennett would be reuniting in early August for a series of concerts titled One Last Time: an Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Out of this world: She showed more skin on Monday in a low-cut Magda Butrym dress while practically hitting the sky in an even bigger set of faux leather platform boots

Out of this world: She showed more skin on Monday in a low-cut Magda Butrym dress while practically hitting the sky in an even bigger set of faux leather platform boots

The Poker Face artist announced last week that she and Bennett would be reuniting for a series of concerts titled One Last Time: an Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga in early August.

“One last time,” she wrote. An evening with @itstonybennett and me at Radio City Music Hall on August 3-5. I am so honored and excited to celebrate Tony’s 95th birthday with him at these special shows.”

Participants must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination and smartphones will be kept in Yondr pouches during the performance.

Darren Pfeffer of Madison Square Garden Entertainment said in a statement: Variety“We couldn’t be prouder to host such a special engagement to two of the most iconic entertainers of our time.

“Both Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga are synonymous with New York City, making Radio City Music Hall’s amazing stage the perfect place to honor their 10-year friendship and celebrate Mr. Bennett’s 95th birthday.”

The singers will also release a second duet album later this year.

Old friends: 'I am so honored and excited to celebrate Tony's 95th birthday with him at these special shows.'

Old friends: ‘I am so honored and excited to celebrate Tony’s 95th birthday with him at these special shows.’

End of an era: The upcoming shows will be on a bittersweet note, as Tony was revealed in a February 2016 AARP profile that he had Alzheimer's disease;  seen in 2019

End of an era: The upcoming shows will be on a bittersweet note, as Tony was revealed in a February 2016 AARP profile that he had Alzheimer’s disease; seen in 2019

The upcoming shows will be on a bittersweet note as Tony was revealed in 2016 that he had Alzheimer’s disease. AARP profile from February.

The neurodegenerative disease is responsible for most cases of dementia and involves increasing memory loss along with a reduction in bodily functions.

Although affected people can live with the disease for years, it is always fatal.

However, music and performance seem to help the legendary singer avoid the worst symptoms.

“It kept him sharp and also stimulated his brain in a significant way,” Bennett’s neurologist Gayatri Devi told AARP.

‘He does so many things, at the age of 94, that many people cannot do without dementia. He really is a symbol of hope for someone with a cognitive impairment.”

Special Connection: Tony's wife Susan Benedetto, 54, revealed on CBS This Morning in February that Gaga was one of the people she shared his diagnosis with before going public;  seen in 2015

Special Connection: Tony’s wife Susan Benedetto, 54, revealed on CBS This Morning in February that Gaga was one of the people she shared his diagnosis with before going public; seen in 2015

Tony’s wife Susan Benedetto, 54, revealed on CBS This Morning in February that Gaga was one of the people she shared his diagnosis with before going public.

“You know, Gaga is great,” she said.

Bennett’s wife also confirmed that he could still recognize the Born This Way singer.

“Sure,” she said with a laugh. “Gaga is hard to forget.”

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