Lady Gaga Wears Sally LaPointe To The Consumer Electronics Show

Lady Gaga at CES on Jan. 6, 2011, and the design she wore from Sally LaPointe's Spring 2011 collection.
Photo: Getty Images/Sally LaPointe

Pop superstar Lady Gaga (aka the Creative Director for Polaroid) was at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 6 to unveil the first batch of gadgets she helped co-design for Polaroid’s Grey Label specialty line. The gizmos (a throwback Polaroid camera, a pair of futuristic shades with a camera built in, and a portable pic printer) were cool, but they took a backseat to the sexy avant garde outfit Gaga was cloaked in while presenting the line.

Turns out, the black jersey dress with hip pads (that Lady G teamed with a somber black veil) was from the Spring 2011 collection of up-and-coming designer Sally LaPointe. "I feel really blessed that my art has been so well received. I get to do something I love and am passionate about everyday, and the fact that my work is being worn means that I can share my vision with a broader audience," said 26-year-old LaPointe. Judging by the success of other Gaga dressers (Franc Fernandez and Noritaka Tatehana), LaPointe could be probably is on the fashion fast track.

+ MORE LOOKS FROM SALLY LAPOINTE'S SPRING 2011 COLLECTION

Looks from Sally LaPointe's Spring 2011 collection.
Photo: Sally LaPointe

Looks from Sally LaPointe's Spring 2011 collection.
Photo: Sally LaPointe