Lady Gaga Rocks Colorful Two-Piece, Platform Sneakers in Tokyo


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Lady GagaTokyo! The Japanese hitmaker flew to Tokyo for her show Chromatica Ball tour, rocking a look that was just as vibrant as the country’s capital.

The “Bad Romance” singer, 36, announced her arrival in Tokyo via Instagram on Monday, August 29, sharing a video that showed her in a colorful two-piece. Yohji Yamamoto’s bold set included an abstract-patterned button-up, balloon trousers, and blue, red, yellow, and purple flowers.

Gaga paired the ensemble with a large chain necklace and a mini bag. Gaga wore black sneakers with a five-inch platform on her feet.

Gaga complimented the eye-catching outfit with her glam, wearing a glossy red lip, winged liners, and shimmery purple eyes. Gaga finished the look with a sleek, low-maintenance updo.

“TAKE A BITE TAKE A BITE #Tokyo,” the New York native captioned the social media post, adding a sushi emoji.

After delaying the Chromatica BallGaga announced new dates in March for her 2020 tour due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The show began in Germany on July 17, and will end in Los Angeles on September 10.

“I’m so incredibly grateful to everyone who worked with me to build this show and helped me express a vision of freedom and joy through music, dance, fashion, art and technology,” the Grammy winner wrote via Instagram after the first concert. “I never thought I’d be on stage like this again. I’ll never forget all the hard work we put in as a team.”

She added: “I love and appreciate the dancers and band for all their hard work, dedication and talent in their rehearsals and performances, and the entire team and crew who make all of this possible.”

The “Poker Face” artist has since shared a number of moments from her tour, showing off her out-of-this-world performance outfits. In addition to promoting her tour, Gaga has been hard at work on her beauty label, Haus Labs, announcing a new product — Triclone Skin Tech Foundation — on Tuesday, August 30.

“@Hauslabs is trying to revolutionize the way you think about clean foundation,” the House of Gucci star captioned the Instagram reveal ahead of the September 8 drop “Who’s excited to try a clean foundation that feels like skincare but performs like makeup?”

The American Horror StoryStar launched the beauty brand in September 2019 with inclusivity as its goal.

“When I was young, I never felt beautiful. And as I struggled to find a sense of both inner and outer beauty, I discovered the power of makeup,” she wrote in a press release at the time. “I remember watching my mother put her makeup on every morning, basking in the glow of her power to put on her bravest face as the hardworking woman she was. I began to experiment with makeup to fulfill my mother’s dreams. It was then that I invented Lady Gaga.”