If 2019 is going to be anyone's year, it's Lady Gaga's. I don't care that it's only January, I'm calling it now. On cloud nine after the success of her leading role in the film A Star Is Born, Gaga is now slaying at her Las Vegas residency concerts, not to mention serving looks on every carpet she graces. Lady Gaga's 2019 SAG Awards dress is no exception, and she, once again, looks unbelievably ravishing. After a career of stunning, sometimes shocking outfits, you think she'd have to slow down, but not our Gaga. She's constantly stepping up her game, and the looks just keep getting better.
In addition to presenting an award alongside her A Star Is Born co-star and director, Bradley Cooper, Gaga is in the running to win two awards of her own tonight. She's nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, and the entire ASIB cast is nominated together for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Whether or not she wins big, though, her look is certainly a winner in my book. Gaga showed up wearing a long white Dior Couture gown with a waist-high slit, a plunging v-neck, criss-crossed ruching at the waist, and frayed detailing on the ends of the dress. She looks like an angel sent down from heaven to singlehandedly save my life.
This is the kind of slayage I want to see on a red carpet:
Gaga paired her ice-white gown with various gold accessories from Tiffany & Co.'s brand-new Tiffany Blue Book Collection, including a gold and diamond choker, stunning gold earrings, and several gold bracelets. Keeping with the all-white look, she strutted in stark white, pointed-toe Jimmy Choo pumps.
As for her beauty look, we know Gaga lives for the drama, and tonight was no different. Marc Jacobs Beauty's Global Artistry Ambassador Sarah Tanno did the glam, and went with a bold, shimmery gold eyeshadow look using the brand's Eye-Conic Frost Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in "Flamboyant" ($49, sephora.com). On the lips, Tanno used a combination of two Le Marc Lip Crème Lipsticks ($30, sephora.com), dark berry "Blow" all over and cherry red "Dashing" in the center of the lips. The shades perfectly matched her nails, which were painted with essie's berry naughty ($8, essie.com). Her personal master hairstylist, Frederic Aspiras, utilized ghd and Joico products to create that dreamy ballerina bun at the nape of her neck, and finished everything off with a spritz of the Joico JoiFix Firm Finishing Spray ($16, ulta.com) for serious hold and intense shine. Basically, every single aspect of her beauty look commanded attention on the carpet.
Honestly, this has to be one of her best looks to date. Fight me on it:
But that's not to say she hasn't been killing her fashion game recently in general, though. In fact, while I love a meat dress as much as the next gal, her 2019 award show season ensembles really have all been incredible. Her periwinkle gown and matching blue hair at the Golden Globes, for example, really had everyone talking, and her National Board of Review Awards tuxedo-style dress and feathered accessories gave us that Gaga-specific edge I was starting to crave. I also loved her Critics' Choice Awards glam, which served up some serious Old Hollywood vibes.
This look really kicked off the icy blue hair trend for the year:
And this is how you revamp Classic Gaga for 2019, people:
Can someone, anyone, teach me to curl my hair like this? Please?
I loved all three of the above looks, but honestly? Tonight's SAG Awards ensemble just might have them all beat. Whether or not she takes home an award tonight, Gaga wins in my book as the chicest celeb on the carpet, as per usual.