Lady Gaga Wore a $1 Million Hat at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

And it took over 300 hours to make.

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We all know how Lady Gaga loves to push the envelope with her fashion choices and has definitely sported many unconventional hats since her rise to fame. But the days of meat headpieces seem to be over for the pop singer.

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Since the release of the cover art for her album Joanne, we've been seeing the singer rock many variations of big hats out in public. But for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Lady Gaga took it up a notch and sported a custom-made $1 million wide-brimmed hat!

Gladys Tamez Millinery, who has been credited with creating Lady Gaga's latest fedoras, partnered with Swarovski to design it. The topper is reportedly made of 45,700 crystals, earning it the nickname "Million Dollar," a nod to her single, "Million Reasons."

Apparently it took some serious manpower behind the scenes to create the it. According to WWD, "It took a team of 10 craftspeople and more than 300 hours to complete, and it features 60 hand-beaded hanging crystal strands."

We have to tip our hats to Lady Gaga for always rocking the most memorable headpieces in music—and we can't wait to see the hat-inspo the pop singer has in store for us in 2017.

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