I'd bet there are lots of perks to being friends with Donatella Versace, and if your name starts with Lady and ends with Gaga, digging through the Versace archives is one of them.
So on the way to meet her BFF for lunch in Milan, Lady Gaga stepped out of her hotel wearing "That Dress" which catapulted Elizabeth Hurley to fame at the Four Weddings and a Funeral premiere in 1994.
Created by Gianni Versace and given to Hurley on loan, the safety pin dress is one of only 14 individual dresses that's merited its own Wikipedia page, probably because it reveals a lot of skin and people were even pervier in the Nineties than they are today.
I think there's no doubt that Elizabeth Hurley wins the world wearing this, but shut up, Lady Gaga looks great too.
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