Lady Gaga shone performing in dresses designed by her sister

In a live performance presented by Westfield, Lady Gaga performed songs from her new album “Love for Sale” with Tony Bennett.

Lady Gaga shone performing in dresses designed by her sister

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“Love for Sale” is the second joint album by American singers Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, released on September 30, 2021, by Columbia and Interscope Records.

The pop star took the stage in dramatic dresses from Topo Studio, a new brand designed by Gaga’s younger sister, Natali Germanotta.

For her first appearance on stage, the Grammy winner appeared in a see-through feather dress and performed the tracks "Luck Be a Lady" and jazzy "Poker Face".

She later changed into a black velvet dress with a slit and a variegated belt to sing “Born This Way,” “La Vie en Rose,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” and more.

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"It was a pleasure to sing to you today, thank you for following us online. Thank you and for coming to celebrate the new album 'Love For Sale' with me," Gaga wrote on Instagram after the performance.

She then thanked her sister for making the beautiful dresses.

"Thank you to my talented sister for designing my beautiful costumes for the show," she added.

Gaga’s younger sister Natalie, 29, graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City and once helped designer Brandon Maxwell, who had served as Gaga’s stylist for years. She also designed numerous stage costumes for her famous sister, and also worked in the costume department on Gaga’s 2018 "A Star Is Born" blockbuster.

Watch Gaga's performance here!

By: Sarah R.