“I might sound like a broken record, but wear a mask. It’s a sign of respect.”
This quote and a handful of face mask designs became the most discussed topic in MTV Video Music Awards 2020. Thanks to the Queen Mother herself, Lady Gaga.
Albeit the threat of a pandemic, the MTV Video Music Awards still rocked with some glamour. Yet, the Twitterverse and the news ended up picking up the German-American singer and producer’s eye-catching mask outfits.
Known for her yearly unique assemblages and ensembles (remember the meat dress?), Gaga took on stage seven outrageous masks: four were for the acceptance of her awards, the three during her performances specifically in the Chromatica medley.
Care to check below how does each Lady Gaga’s mask look like? Here are some photos from KEVIN WINTER of MTV VMAS 2020 and GETTY IMAGES:
Starting the opening salvo of masks were the entry-making silver circular Area coat, matched with an exact face shield/astronaut helmet by Conrad by Conrad, similarly inspired by the V.M.A. Moonman himself.
In accepting the Artist of the Year accolade, she donned an Iris Van Herpen bird of paradise dress paired with swirling pink Cecilio Castrillo Mark
For the Song of the Year plum, she sported a gigantic iridescent emerald green shirtdress ball gown made by Christopher John Rogers and a complementary bejeweled. She tusked Lance Moore mask, appearing to be a super glamorous mastodon.
During her performance of “Chromatica,” Gaga was seen to have worn a pink and black bodysuit, Diego Montoya creates the mask.
Lastly is the giant feathered Valentino couture cape and silver bodysuit with a silver mas from Maison Met. This also served as her last change into a silver cape by Candice Cuoco as she receives the Tricon award.
In her quick revert to the audience, she ended, saying, “Be kind. Mask up!”.
For this year, Gaga continued her streak of flamboyant fashion. This year, her masks are the real winner along with her message to live a bit louder, a bit bolder, despite being in the year as messy and anxious as 2020.