Lady Gaga's Oscars gown took 25 people and 1600 hours to embroider
Pop sensation Lady Gaga's white gown at The Oscars took 1600 hours to make. The Applause hitmaker stood out on the red carpet at The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles in her white crystal-embellished gown, which she'd accessorised with red gloves. Lady Gaga took to her Instagram account on Sunday evening to share with her fans how long the stunning dress took to make.
She wrote alongside a photograph of her on the red carpet, "I will never forget tonight. Thank you, Azzedine Alaia for this stunning piece. It took 1600 hours of embroidery and 25 people in Paris.”
"What an honor. The gloves were hand dyed Crimson, baby orchid blooms hand painted in my hair and killer pear shaped diamonds by Lorraine Schwartz.," the 28-year-old singer wrote.