The 35-year-old singer and actress hit the red carpet at the 75th annual awards show Sunday in an emerald green velvet and silk taffeta evening gown by Ralph Lauren. The intricate outfit took 150 hours to make by hand, using 50 meters of both velvet and silk taffeta.
Gaga styled her hair to match, rocking soft sideswept waves that were a call to carpets of the past. She paired the floor length gown with an emerald and diamond necklace from Tiffany & Co., adding green tourmaline and diamond earrings, as well as a bracelet and ring from the same set. She also carried a small purse in the same color, playfully holding it out for photos to show off the bag's fringe details.
Gaga did however, put a modern twist on her old Hollywood look. Peeking through a small side slit in the dress were the "Stupid Love" singer's signature black leather platform combat boots, which gave the five-foot-one star some extra height as she made her way into the awards show.
In addition to strutting her stuff on the carpet, Gaga, who is nominated for Leading Actress for playing Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott's murder drama, House of Gucci, channeled the convicted criminal and former socialite, when speaking to reporters about the transformation she underwent to take on the role.
"I totally talked like her for a really long time," Gaga said in an Italian accent. "And my family was really upset with me, and they had to deal with me every day in the trailer."