Fashion is one of Lady Gaga's primary means of self-expression.
Her choices on and off the red carpet have always been politicized. Remember her famous meat dress? She didn't just pack pounds of meat on her body for the look. She made a sartorial statement to comment on how society treats women and the discriminatory policies towards LGBT military personnel.
This time, Gaga's clothing is conveying a different message -- her love and support for the victims of the Friday attacks in Paris. Channeling the French flag, the singer stepped out in a blue, white and red Chanel dress and blazer in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Gaga documented the look on her Instagram, showing the intricate patterning on the patriotic frock and a close-up selfie revealing the designer of the stunning look. She added the French flag emoji in a caption.
The "American Horror Story: Hotel" star has been showing her love for Paris over the last couple of days, updating her social media profile with the French flag filter, sharing a photo of blue, white and red flowers on Twitter and Instagramming a black and white image of the flag.
Gaga is one of many celebrities showing their support for the French capital. Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato also shared Paris-inspired images on their social media, while Madonna addressed the attacks in a heartfelt speech during the Stockholm stop of her world tour.
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