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One of Lady Gaga’s Grammys Dresses Was Designed by Her Baby Sister

Lady Gaga's little sister, Natali Germanotta, is a sartorial genius—and she wants the world to know it.

In case you missed it, the "Shallow" singer wore three show-stopping gowns at this year's Grammy Awards ceremony, including a turquoise gown that featured a stunning hand-ruched heart bodice and a sparkly feather capelet.

As it turns out, it was Germanotta who spearheaded this custom design, which is reminiscent of old Hollywood glam. Gaga shared a snap of herself wearing the dress on her Instagram account and thanked her sister in a heartfelt post. She said, "Thank you to @topostudiony for hand making this beautiful [dress] for me."

Germanotta's official business account, Topo Studio, also shared a few close-ups of the gown, and fans wasted no time gushing over the dreamy outfit. One follower wrote, "This dress is ABSOLUTELY stunning, amazing work!!!" Another commented, "Beautiful tribute and throwback to the glamour of the golden era. You captured its essence perfectly."

At the Grammys, Gaga arrived in an elegant, one-shoulder black-and-white gown by Armani Privé, complete with a sparkly statement necklace and matching earrings. Then, after switching into a custom Elie Saab Couture dress for her touching performance, she ended the night in her Topo Studio gown.

After scoring five nominations this year, Gaga walked away with a well-deserved Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. If we had our way, we'd also give her sister an award for designing her gorgeous outfit.

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