While visiting Paris, Lady Gaga took a trip to the Louvre yesterday looking like a walking piece of art. Despite it being nearly 70 degrees in the French capital, the singer committed to a dramatic all-black leather look for her visit to the museum. But along with her floor-length, Matrix-inspired coat, Gaga’s ensemble featured one very important accessory: the new, never-before-seen Céline bag.
The bag, as Business of Fashion confirms, is Hedi Slimane‘s first design for Céline. It’s slated to hit the runway as part of his inaugural collection for the brand during Paris Fashion Week next month. Slimane was announced as the new artistic, creative, and image director of the French fashion house back in February, succeeding Phoebe Philo.
“Oh, this old thing?”
Giving it a grand debut, Gaga whipped her new Céline bag all around Paris—from the Louvre to her hotel balcony, serving us angles and LEWKS all along the way. The structured bag is personalized with her initials (L.G.) and features gold clasp detailing.
This isn’t the first time Lady Gaga has debuted Hedi Slimane’s designs, though. In 2012, the “Born This Way” singer was the first to wear Slimane’s inaugural collection for Saint Laurent just a week after it hit the runway. Hopefully this means we can expect to see Gaga cheering on Slimane from the front row at Céline this Paris Fashion Week.
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But if not, she’s currently giving us her own Paris Fashion Week while there now:
In a red, ladylike look on Monday.
In a metallic blue Nicolas Jebran jacket and Naked Wardrobe shorts on Tuesday.
And carrying the new Céline bag out of the Louvre today.
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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.