When it was announced that the queen of off-kilter fashion herself, Lady Gaga, would lead the A-list group of co-chairs at this year's Met Gala, which theme is "Camp: Notes on Fashion," we knew we would be in for one seriously iconic display. Turns out, we got four.
Gaga was one of the first stars to arrive on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's *pink* carpet in her campy best, rolling up in a poof-tastic fuchsia gown (boasting a 25-foot train!) and massive bow by her designer bestie and former stylist, Brandon Maxwell.
Flanked by a group of tuxedo-clad dancers holding black umbrellas, along with her makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, the Oscar-winner shocked just about everyone with her wardrobe-shifting performance. In the middle of the carpet, she stopped in her tracks as Maxwell unzipped her dress to reveal a smaller black gown underneath.
But that's hardly where her Russian doll ensemble ended. Beneath that gown, a slim-fitting, hot pink column dress, which she paired with giant bejeweled sunglasses (before freshening up her makeup for all to see).
Finally, she stripped down to her crystal-studded skivvies, revealing not only some skin, but her giant platform boots, throwing it back to the Gaga style we all know and love.
With the added addition of gold-foil lashes and electric pink lipstick, Gaga's look(s) are certainly going to be hard to beat.
[Photos via @voguemagazine/Getty]