Out & About: Lady Gaga Wears Worth Couture In Denmark

Published On September 3, 2012 | Celebrities, Fashion, Out & About

Mother Monster is busy on her ‘Born This Way Ball’ tour and she was spotted wearing quite the ensemble as she left Hotel Skt. Petri yesterday (September 2nd) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Lady Gaga wore a crystal embellished feather bespoke headpiece by Matthias Lavesson and a black leopard print minidress from the House of Worth Fall 2011 Haute Couture collection She accessorized with lace gloves, crystal embellished Chanel tights, platform ankle boots and a Louis Vuitton Monogram Coffret Trésor Trunk.

As Lady Gaga lives for her little monsters, she signed autographs and posed for photos before entering a waiting car and driving off to an unknown destination. Later that day, she performed at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.

She posted, “What a fabulous fashion piece by Worth Couture, PARIS… IN DENMARK!”

In other Gaga news, the singer recently received yet another piece of ink. On the left side of her body like all of her other tattoos, she had a small anchor inked just below her breast. Along with the photo, she posted, “New Tat. Stamp of His Mermaid.” She later took to her Little Monsters social site where she thanked Hank from the Amsterdam Tattoo Museum for a job well done.

Gaga is currently on the European leg of her ‘Born This Way Ball’ tour, which kicked off on August 14th.

Check Out Photos Of Lady Gaga Exiting Her Hotel In Denmark Below:

Photo Credit: FameFlynet.com.

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