By NADIA MENDOZA
Green with envy: Lady Gaga goes night shopping at vintage store Rellik in Notting Hill wearing a Philip Treacy creation
As everyone else gears towards Halloween, Lady Gaga busies herself wearing Easter bonnets.
The Telephone singer showcased a typically outrageous item of clothing as she stepped out in a creation from hat designer Philip Treacy.
Balancing atop her peroxide locks, the head attire was dominated with colourful dollar signs bouncing and bobbing in the air from springs.
Million dollar question: Dressed head-to-toe in green, the singer completed her look with a hat sporting colourful US monetary symbols bobbing from springs
The 25-year-old paid a visit to The London Television Studios in Waterloo to pre-record an interview for The Jonathon Ross Show.
She was accompanied by Treacy, who seemed elated at all the attention surrounding his muse's Medusa-inspired wardrobe choice.
Delighted: Hat designer Philip Treacy seemed thrilled at the reception his headgear was receiving
Gaga herself was in high spirits, posing for photographs and even kissing one of her 'Little Monsters' on the cheek, who was waiting for a glimpse of her idol on the other side of the railings.
The Irish designer then seemed to bid his latest companion a fond farewell, before she headed off for a spot of late night shopping.
Friendly: Philip Treacy attended The London Television Studios as Gaga pre-recorded her interview for The Jonathon Ross Show
Greeting her fans: Popstar kissed one of her 'Little Monsters' through the railings
Treacy hit the headlines earlier this year after Princess Beatrice of York came under scrutiny for her choice of headgear at the Royal Wedding.
Having designed hats for various films, including Harry Potter and Sex And The City, he is a force to be reckoned with.
Staying hidden: Although she made a spectacle with the hat, Lady Gaga concealed her gaze beneath celebrity shades
Change of style: Gaga seemed wear something different for her interview as she was seen in a mint green nightdress after recording with Jonathan Ross
Looking for a bargain: Lady G perused the rails at Notting Hill vintage shop Rellik
Royal treatment: Gaga was seen clutching a drink as she shopped after hours