Lady Gaga‘s long-anticipated remake of the 1937 film A Star Is Born made its official debut at the Venice Film Festival this weekend, and Gaga honored the occasion with a complete showstopper of a moment on the red carpet. She showed up in a stunning Valentino couture gown, complete with pale rose feather merlons, looking every bit like royalty.
Whether she’s living her best life on the side of a Venetian water taxi or running around in a meat dress, we obviously live for Gaga fashion moments—and this is one for the Lady Gaga history books. According to the official Valentino Twitter account, the organza gown was created by designer Pierpaolo Piccioli, and it’s called “Flamingo.” (Kaia Gerber actually wore the dress down the Valentino Couture runway earlier this year.)
The whole thing is complete elegance, perfect Hollywood glam, and fit for, well, a star. Early reviews have noted her knockout performance in the Bradley Cooper-directed film, calling her work “electrifying” and“mesmerizing.”
But back to the matter at hand: the dress. Check it out from every single angle:
Gorgeous, no? Apparently the film was a hit too: Gaga and Cooper received an eight-minute standing ovation for the film at its premiere from the festival crowds. It’s described as a romantic musical drama that stars Cooper as a country musician; he falls in love with a younger musician, played by Gaga. It’s been made multiple times since 1932, with versions that include a 1954 musical that starred Judy Garland and a rock update that featured Barbra Streisand. Oscar rumors have already started circulating, which means that we might have a chance to see how Gaga stuns at the Academy Awards. Until then, however, we’ll happily keep refreshing photos of this gorgeous Valentino creation.