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Gaga Is Wearing Cool Clothes Around NYC Again


What message doth the outfits conceal?

Just when you thought she'd permanently transitioned into pink cowboy hats and conservative ensembles (not that we were complaining), Mother Monster has reared her glorious head once more, returning to the streets of the Big Apple with some of her mightiest looks yet.

Gaga has been visiting Electric Lady Studios in New York's Greenwich Village over the past week, sometimes accompanied by frequent collaborator Tony Bennett, fueling rumors that another album is near in the future. Bennett's presence makes us wonder if they're working on a jazzy follow-up to Cheek to Cheek, or even a classical Christmas album.

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What's most important here, though, and gives us a renewed vitality in our step, is that Gaga is fully, and without reserve, back to her high-fashion freakish ways--over the course of a single day last week, she shifted into not two, but three fresh-off-the-runway couture looks. May 24 saw Gaga in a puffy white, 50's-inspired knee-length frock and matching period piece hair, very Cheek to Cheek meets "Eh, Eh."

She later switched into a more demure, Miranda Priestly-in-the-boardroom skirt suit with a yellow plaid pattern:

She emerged for the evening in a red, over-the-top Christian Siriano showstopper:

But the looks of the week are far from over. On May 25, she wore a series of minidresses and skirt outfits, before returning to the avant-garde glory on the 26th, stepping into this iconic leopard-print number, soon-to-be Gaga fashion canon:

She balanced it out with a conservative number (with amazing shoulder pads) the same day:

And at a birthday party that weekend, she was a sizzling stunner in this blue leather dress and gloves:

Some of our other favorites of the weekend: This black leather trench number:

This casual-yet-commendable pantsuit:

This pure perfection (note the shoes that make her seem to levitate):

And, most recently (as in last night) this gorgeous red sensation:

What does it all mean? Gaga seems to be mixing her Fame, Fame Monster, Cheek to Cheek, and Born This Way-era fashions--ok, honestly, Artpop is visible in here too. It certainly indicates Gaga is aware of her fans' hunger for visuals of eras past, but does it mean the music will reflect her earlier iterations as well? Only time can tell.

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