Lady Gaga wears studded horns in London; can tell who designed a dress by its hem

Via a quick stop in Cannes, Lady Gaga came to London on Friday for Radio 1’s Big Weekend, and she wasn’t about to let France’s famous film festival out-do her in the sartorial stakes. So she wore a pair of horns – studded ones, at that – a-top her head.

Whilst she’ll probably deny that they came from anywhere other than birth, we can confirm by the Viking helmet-shaped back that they are, in fact, fake (by London-based Maria Francesca Pepe) and not actual horns, for anyone wondering whether she was Born This Way.

Swathed in studs, chains and PVC, Lady Gaga greeted fans as she left her hotel in the capital for Carlisle, where she headlined Radio 1’s Big Weekend on Sunday.

Meanwhile, she’s been penning her first column for V magazine, for which she’s this month’s cover star, and proving with the utmost perseverance that she knows her fashion like the back of her monster hand.

“I myself can look at almost any hemline, silhouette, beadwork or heel architecture and tell you precisely who designed it first, what French painter they stole it from, how many designers reinvented them and what cultural and musical movement parented the birth, death and resurrection of that particular trend,” she writes, according to the Telegraph.

Anyone else think that’d make a fun Sunday afternoon game?

Flick through our gallery to see what else Gaga wore in London – Cruella de Ville hair, coffin and cookies all included.

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