For mega-fans of the “Million Reasons” singer, the biggest news of Lady Gaga‘s energetic performance (would you have expected anything less?) at Coachella on Saturday night was the debut of her new single, “The Cure.” As for style enthusiasts like us, we had our eyes fixed on the fashion—as we just knew Gaga’s stylist/designer Brandon Maxwell (who’s been the force behind some of our favorite looks ever worn by the star) was going to give us some seriously stellar outfits. While the performance ensembles didn’t disappoint, they also stayed relatively minimal—minimal, that is, for a woman who’s previously called “strategically placed meat” an outfit. Gaga kicked off the hit-filled set list with a leather Mugler trench coat, lace-up boots and a military-inspired cap, and made only subtle changes throughout the evening: an embellished denim jacket and thigh-high boots here, and a tour hoodie there. Scroll though to see all the stylish highlights from her festival performance.
Gaga began her set in a belted Mugler trench from the designer's most recent runway show.
After ditching the coat and hat, the "Just Dance" singer strutted the stage in just her mock neck leotard and tights.
Gaga added a customized Balenciaga denim jacket and bedazzled Adam Selman boots before belting "Born This Way."
Keeping her energy high even at the tail end of a 20-song set, Gaga finished off the night in a sheer, sequined bodysuit.