NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Thursday, February 18, 2016, 10:52 PM
Singer Lady Gaga presented a creation by Marc Jacobs during his Fall/Winter 2016 collection on Thursday.
We’ve seen her poker face, now watch Mother Monster’s model strut.
Fresh off her David Bowie tribute, Gaga continued to live for the “applause, applause, applause,” taking the runway for Marc Jacobs at New York Fashion Week on Thursday night.
The 29-year-old wowed the catwalk, keeping up with supermodel Kendall Jenner and other professional runway stunners in a 1920s ensemble.
The pop star rocked an oversized coat with fur trim, a pale green shirt and sky high platform silver heels — a normal staple of her outfits she’s probably used to.
The “Marry the Night” singer stood out in wavy blond hair, dramatic black eye makeup and black lipstick to match.
Fittingly, the designer dressed Gaga in a sequined white suit for her nine-song medley honoring Bowie on Monday night, as well as her elaborate red carpet blue gown.
Throughout the big day, the singer-turned-model posted several photos to her Instagram of her catwalk preparations.
She even quoted Right Said Fred, captioning a photo of getting her hair done with “I’m a model, you know what I mean.”
The singer-turned-model is a close friend of Jacobs and the designer dressed her for the Grammys.
A friend of the “American Horror Story” actress also took to Snapchat to show the star’s unique way of gearing up her walk.
Gaga, dressed only in a black bra and underwear, did push-ups before turning heads on the runway.
Later, the recent Golden Globe winner praised the man behind the show.
A photo posted by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on Feb 18, 2016 at 5:19pm PST
“I’ve adored @marcjacobs since I was very young, so I was so honored to be one of his beautiful creatures tonight,” she captioned a photo of her New York Fashion week debut.
The hit maker has kept busy in the past month.
In addition to her Grammy number, she wowed audiences with her rendition of the National Anthem at the Super Bowl.
This isn’t the first run at modelling for Gaga. She previously modeled an ornate headpiece at a Philip Treacy fashion show in 2012