Lady Gaga is regarded as one of the most stylish women in the showbiz industry with her unapologetic and daring fashion sense.
And the Bad Romance singer proved why she deserves the title on Thursday when she oozed Hollywood glamour as she stepped out of her hotel in Rome.
The 34-year-old pop star looked sensational in a crisp white suit created by designer MaxMara.
Lady Gaga’s latest appearance comes after her beloved dogs Koji and Gustav were safely returned to her after her dogwalker Ryan Fischer, was shot and robbed last month.
While she’s endured a tough couple of weeks, the songstress put on a brave face and pulled out all the stops for the recent outing after finally being reunited with her pet pooches.
The iconic singer sported brunette locks which were styled in loose Hollywood style curls which cascaded down to shoulders.
Gaga paired her showstopping white ensemble with a pair of sky-high patent black boots and an embellished face mask to keep in line with current coronavirus guidelines.
Her latest appearance comes just one week after the singer's dog walker was shot by thieves who stole her two bulldogs.
Police believe the suspects are "probably individuals that recognise the value of the dogs."
There are allegedly no leads that have indicated that the kidnappers knew who the dog's owners are.
Last week, Ryan spoke about the ordeal from his hospital bed in an emotional Instagram post.
Sharing pics of himself as he began his recovery, Ryan captioned the post: "I will write and say more later, but the gratitude for all the love I feel from around this planet is immense and intense.
"I felt your healing support! Thank you."
He continued: "I am humbled and grateful that attention and focus from the police were enough to get Koji and Gustav back to safety, and I know they are committed to bringing these criminals and attempted murderers to justice."
Addressing Gaga directly, Ryan wrote: "Your babies are back and the family is whole… we did it!
"You have shown so much support throughout this whole crisis to both me and my family.
"But your support as a friend, despite your own traumatic loss from your kids, was unwavering. I love you and thank you."
Ryan's family had confirmed previously that doctors expect the hero dog walker "to make a full recovery."
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