Lady Gaga Channels Audrey Hepburn In Breakfast at Tiffany’s at the Oscars

She stunned in an Alexander McQueen gown and some very famous Tiffany & Co. jewels

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After delivering an entire award show season of red carpet magic, Lady Gaga ended her A Star Is Born era on a high note tonight at the Oscars. The singer channeled Audrey Hepburn’s iconic Breakfast at Tiffany’s look in an Alexander McQueen gown for the biggest (and final) red carpet event of the season

Not only did Gaga’s hairstyle and gown look similar to that of Audrey’s most famous role, but she also wore an actual piece of jewelry that Hepburn worn when promoting the iconic movie itself. Accessorizing her McQueen gown, Gaga had the honor of wearing the Tiffany Diamond at tonight’s show. In the jewelry brand’s 142-year history, Gaga is only the third person ever to wear the massive diamond. The last was Audrey Hepburn herself in the 1961 publicity photos for Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It was first worn in 1957 by Mrs. Sheldon Whitehouse at the Tiffany Ball held in Newport, Rhode Island.

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Photo: Getty. The massive diamond piece is a whopping 128.54-carats. Tonight marks the first time the piece has been worn to an award show after being held in the Tiffany & Co. vault for 58 years.

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Gaga’s look tonight follows her Cinderella moment at the 2019 Golden Globes, where she wore an ice blue gown by Valentino Couture. She even dyed her hair blue to match.

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Gaga in Valentino Couture at the 2019 Golden Globes. Photo: Getty

Most recently, she attended the Grammys in a sparkling silver Celine gown by Hedi Slimane.

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Gaga in Celine at the Grammys. Photo: Getty

Though it comes as absolutely no surprise, it’s safe to say Lady Gaga won red carpet season—and we’re sad to see it end.

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US

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