Lady Gaga Wore Longview Designer’s Gown at the Oscars
Lady Gaga looked so glamorous at the Academy Awards during her performance of Shallow with Bradley Cooper, and while accepting her Oscar. Did you know she was wearing a gown designed by a man from Longview?
It's true, Gaga's stylists are garnering praise for her gorgeous looks throughout the awards season, Tom Eerebout and Sandra Amador have been named to the Hollywood Reporter's list of the 25 Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood.
Eerebout told The Hollywood Reporter that the hardest part of dressing Gaga was ,
"finding the middle ground: We wanted to deliver looks that were true to her — the element of surprise — and capture movie star magic."
While Gaga wore Alexander McQueen on the red carpet, she had a costume change prior to her performance donning the dramatic black ball gown designed by Longview's own, Brandon Maxwell. He's dressed her before along with other celebrities like Michelle Obama, Oprah and Blake Lively.
Her Oscar look received 34,000 retweets and 3.2 million Instagram “likes.”
According to her stylist team, Gaga wanted something black and timeless, so she donned the black gowns, set off by Tiffany & Co's 128.54 carat yellow diamond.
Lady Gaga's stylists, Sandra Amador and Tom Eerebout, said in a statement:
“The chance to work with such an amazing piece of design and history tonight is a creative dream come true. There are so many beautiful jewels in the world, but the radiant Tiffany Diamond, which weighs over 128 carats, is truly exceptional, which is just so fitting for Lady Gaga.”