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Thought Lady Gaga had ditched her flair for eccentric fashion? Think again.
Ever the style chameleon, Gaga has recently made headlines for her uncharacteristically paired down wardrobe since releasing her latest album Joanne.
She's traded raw meat dresses for cut-off denim shorts and sky-high heels for combat boots, but that all changed Sunday when she was spotted in a Japanese airport in quite the ensemble.
Clad in a grey and white tulle skirt with sheer detailing, coordinating crop top and wide-brimmed hat with a red, white and blue "VOTE" pin, the "A-Yo" songstress made the terminal her very own couture runway.
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Gaga had jetted off to Japan in support of Noritaka Tatehana, the acclaimed designer behind some of the Grammy winner's iconic heel-less footwear she's worn onstage and in her music videos.
Dressed in a baby pink silk suit with her name and red flames embroidered on the jacket's backside, Gaga also shared multiple photos from her time abroad on Instagram.
And if you're wondering where the inspiration behind her latest looks comes from, look no further than the presidential election. "In times of stress I like to be fashionable," the 30-year-old captioned one snapshot, adding, "#Election2016 #GoVote #ImWithHer"
Not a bad reason to put on your finest threads for an important cause!