Lady Gaga has taken her penchant for outlandish fashion to the next level by stepping out in a pair of giant horns.
The American pop star arrived for dinner on a night off from her tour, wearing the eye-catching headpiece which towered two feet above her head, reported Daily Mail online.
But fashion experts suggested it was a tribute to late designer Alexander McQueen.
One of his last collections was called 'Horn of Plenty' where models walked the catwalk with their hair sculpted into horns, in a show dedicated to McQueen's mother Joyce. She died days before he took his own life earlier this month.
Gaga, 23, was said to be devastated by his death and dedicated her performance at the Brit Awards to him last week.
She was unable to attend his funeral in London on Thursday, however, because she was performing in Liverpool the night before.
This week she picked up gongs for both best-dressed and worst-dressed at the Shockwaves New Music Express Awards.
Gaga's nine-date UK tour kicked off in Manchester last week and has been wowing the critics with her show-stopping extravaganza.
As expected, the New Yorker has worn a series of dramatic outfits and performed on stage with a burning grand piano, an armoured Rolls Royce and a 40-foot animatronic sea monster.