Celebrity Lady Gaga Lady Gaga Had a Mic Drop Fashion Moment at the SAG Awards Her gown left us speechless. By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on February 28, 2022 @ 07:47AM Pin Share Tweet Email It's not everyday that a look leaves us at a loss for words, but if anyone can wear one, it's Lady Gaga. The singer-slash-actress shut down the silver carpet at the 2022 SAG Awards last night in a stunning white Armani Privé column gown with a plunging sequined bustier and a flowing train. The winning dress delivered the bombshell glamour you'd expect from an award show while still staying true to Gaga's over-the-top style (even her signature sky-high platform boots were hidden underneath the gown). She accessorized with a diamond jewelry from Tiffany & Co., and wore her platinum blonde hair down in Old Hollywood-esque waves. Gaga played up the vintage vibe of her look further with a dramatic cat eye, which was contrasted by angelic white eyeshadow. During the show, Gaga reunited with her former A Star Is Born co-star Bradley Cooper more than three years after the film was released. The two shared a sweet embrace and posed for pictures together once inside the venue. Lady Gaga Told Jake Gyllenhaal That Donnie Darko Is Religion Gaga was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for her work in House of Gucci as Patrizia Reggiani, but sadly didn't take home the award. Back in December, the multi-talented performer revealed that she embodied her character fully for the film — so much so that she needed a psychiatric nurse on set. "I was the same way for A Star Is Born. I was always Ally," she told Variety at the time. "And for this, I was always Patrizia. I always spoke in my accent. And even if I was speaking about things that weren't related to the movie — I wasn't pretending that Maurizio was waiting for me downstairs — I was still living my life. I just lived it as her. I brought the darkness with me home because her life was dark." "I had a psychiatric nurse with me towards the end of filming," she added. "I sort of felt like I had to. I felt that it was safer for me."