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Lady Gaga, Kendall Jenner, Marc Jacobs NYFW

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YAS, MOTHER MONSTER. YASSSSSSSS!

Lady Gaga is no stranger to being front and center, but today she took on a whole new beast by slaying the runway for New York Fashion Week.

The singer, whose fashion has always been a topic of conversation since she first stepped onto the scene, strut her stuff on the catwalk alongside models, like Kendall Jenner, for Marc Jacobs fall 2016 show at the Park Avenue Armory.

While the ensemble may seem a bit bizarre for some, it wasn't much out of the ordinary for Gaga. In fact, she wore pants, which is a rare sighting. The celeb rocked an oversize coat with fur sleeves over a pussy-bow blouse and extreme platform boots (which she probably now owns, since that's totally her steez).

Her makeup and hair seemingly channeled a 1920s flapper, with her newly dyed platinum blonde styled in roaring waves and dark lined eyelids which added to her raven lips.

There was an obvious height difference (even with those shoes) between Gaga and the other models, but Mother Monster's larger than life personality and fierce facial expressions definitely made up for that.

According to Women's Wear Daily, the singer arrived at the show's venue around 3:30 p.m. and "insisted" on being treated like everyone else backstage, from getting her glam done alongside the other models to showing up sans her entourage.

"I've adored @marcjacobs @therealmarcjacobs since I was very young, so I was so honored to be one of his beautiful creatures tonight," Gaga wrote on her Instagram account.

Meanwhile, Marc Jacobs took to his Twitter at the end of the show, and shared a photo of himself taking his bow with the caption, "That's a wrap! Thanks for watching. #mjfw16."

Lady Gaga, Marc Jacobs NYFW

Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs

Lady Gaga, Kendall Jenner, Marc Jacobs NYFW

Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs

Lady Gaga, Marc Jacobs NYFW

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs

Lady Gaga, NYFW

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs