Lady Gaga proved once again that she's the queen of bold fashion choices when she was spotted leaving Radio City Music Hall on August 4.
The singer has been staying in Manhattan to rehearse for her and pal Tony Bennett's two-night live performance, One Last Time.
The shows, which will likely be Bennett's final acts due to his Alzheimer's disease, are a treat for fans who are looking forward to the October 1 release of their second joint album, Love for Sale.
Check out Gaga's wild outfit below!
The "Applause" crooner sported a baby blue bandeau-like top and matching biker shorts from Marc Jacobs. The set is part of the designer's Color Collection, "an everyday capsule designed by Marc to celebrate comfort, creativity and self-expression."
The American Horror Story alum had her hair pulled back into a neat bun, and she accessorized with a pair of cat-eye sunglasses, gold hoop earrings and a white Mark Cross micro bag.
Gaga put her best foot forward in a pair of white lace-up booties from Pleaser Shoes that featured an 8-inch stiletto heel with a 4-inch platform base.
Sky-high heels are a staple in Gaga's wardrobe. In fact, she wore a similar black pair of shoes last week.
"There's always a dichotomy within me. If you see me dressing really out there, I tend to be self-deprecating inside," she explained to Billboard of her changing style. "When I dress like a lady, I tend to be feeling very wild and confident."
The House of Gucci star waved to her fans as she made her way to the car. Later that night, she returned to Radio City Music Hall to belt out countless hits alongside Bennett.
USA Today reported the duo closed out the show with "The Lady is a Tramp," "Anything Goes" and "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)."
"You've been a good audience. I love this audience," gushed the 95-year-old legendary musician before the "Shallow" singer asked for "another round of applause for Mr. Tony Bennett."