Lady Gaga wears white Giambattista Valli ball gown in New York
Haute couture shows may be about to begin in Paris, but Lady Gaga is serving up an appetizer in New York City, wearing several ball gowns as street style moments this week. After making headlines for wearing a sheer black strapless Alexander McQueen dress outside the Plaza Hotel on June 29, Gaga wore her second dress of the week this afternoon at the same venue. Gaga opted for a white tulle Giambattista Valli number, with a scalloped skirt. It’s a very bridal look, although Gaga isn’t getting married at this point, but she has had a committed relationship for over a year with Michael Polansky.
Gaga accessorized with a long white coat, mint handbag, white heels and dangling pearl earrings.
How close is Gaga to getting engaged? It’s not imminent, sources said earlier this year for Entertainment tonight.
In March, a source spoke to Entertainment tonight on Gaga’s relationship with Polansky a year after dating began. Gaga “is super in love with Michael Polansky,” said the source. “She told her friends that she wanted to complete a few projects and then focus on the installation. Gaga wants to have children one day and sees a future with Michael.
A source also spoke to Entertainment tonight in January on what sets Gaga and Polansky’s relationship apart from its predecessors. “He’s different from other guys she’s dated in the past because he’s very endearing and affectionate on the surface and has an old-fashioned gentlemanly vibe,” the source said. “She likes manly men who take the lead and Michael definitely is. She feels like a princess in their relationship. She has been somewhat deprived of their relationship and wants to protect it.
The source added that at this point the two “have yet to talk about an engagement or marriage. Friends don’t think it will happen any time soon. She is very busy with her career and is not thinking of any issues. long term projects at the moment, but she loves having him by her side.
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