Lady Gaga has turned her stay in Manhattan into her very own fashion show!
The singer has been in town to rehearse for her and Tony Bennett's August 3 and August 5 performances, and every time she steps out of the Plaza Hotel, she's the center of attention.
"I am so honored and excited to celebrate Tony’s 95th birthday with him at these special shows," Gaga shared of the event.
Check out the outfit she wore on July 31 below!
Gaga skipped the gimmicks this time around and donned a polka dot dress by Rodarte. The wrap style featured a white collar and cuffs, which matched with her top-handle purse.
The star also slipped into a pair of white leather pointed-toe pumps from Giuseppe Zanotti, which featured sleek 4-inch chrome heels.
Other photos online showed that the "Born This Way" singer's bag featured the words "LOVE FOR SALE" in big black letters.
She also wore a pair of drop earrings and Celine sunglasses.
The A Star Is Born lead will take the stage at Radio City Music Hall on August 3 and 5 alongside Bennett for a show titled, One Last Time: An Evening with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.
It's said to be the jazz singer's final performances, as he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Gaga and Bennett first met a benefit concert years ago, and in 2014, they released their album Cheek to Cheek.
"Working with Tony has reaffirmed everything I knew but that you start to forget when your life changes and it gets really noisy," the "Poker Face" songstress explained. "For Tony, it’s all about great music."
The Hollywood star has revealed that in the past, she once contemplated giving up on music, but Bennett discouraged her. "I tell Tony every day that he saved my life," she shared of the emotional moment.
When asked about the most meaningful life lesson she's ever learned from her mentor, Gaga replied, "That it’s important to stay true to yourself."
"You know, people wrote a lot of things about my last album, Artpop, which was very controversial. If it didn’t grab the whole world the way The Fame Monster did, that’s OK, because I know it’s good," she explained. "That’s what Tony has taught me, that my intuition is right. When he talks about the 66 albums he’s put out, the peaks and valleys, and how it’s not about having a hit record — it’s the most inspiring thing."