Harry Styles and Lady Gaga wore the same marigold suit just months apart

Lady Gaga and Harry Styles wore the same marigold suit from Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2020 collection.

When it comes to fashion, both Harry Styles and Lady Gaga know how to make a statement, even if they are wearing the same outfit.

At the BRIT Awards on Tuesday, Styles walked the red carpet in a brown Gucci suit with a purple wool sweater, his signature string of pearls, and Mary Janes.

After changing into a custom Gucci lace jumpsuit for his performance of “Falling,” the singer switched outfits again, ending the night in a vibrant marigold suit from Marc Jacobs’ spring/summer 2020 collection.

The yellow three-piece outfit may look familiar, as Lady Gaga was actually the first to wear it on the December 2019 cover of Elle, which was shot by Sølve Sundsbø. Gaga styled the suit a bit differently, wearing a matching yellow hat and Cartier earrings for the photo shoot.

Styles’ stylist, Harry Lambert, told British Vogue that all of the singer’s recent outfits are an expression of him embracing gender-neutral fashion.

“Tailoring has been an important part of Harry’s wardrobe for some time now. We’ve never been afraid to experiment with silhouette, and tonight is no exception,” Lambert said about Styles’ BRIT Awards looks.

In the same interview, Lambert added that Styles is a fan of “granny chic,” and he also draws inspiration from Princess Diana.

“For the past few seasons I have been really keen to get Harry into some of Marc’s ready-to-wear and, coincidentally, Harry has been talking about wearing a yellow suit for some time,” he said. “The moment I saw the marigold suit on the Marc Jacobs spring/summer 2020 runway, I knew we had to get it.”

“Marc and his team have been great, and I think all their hard work is really going to pay off,” Lambert added. “It’s rock ‘n’ roll, with a touch of British camp.”

Jacobs also expressed his enthusiasm for Styles wearing the suit on Instagram.

“A hu-MAN after my own heart. What more could one want? Handsome, talented and dresses like a BAD B—H. I love and admire his freedom of self-expression. I am honored to have the chance to dress you in this suit, LOOK #2 from our SPRING 2020 RUNWAY collection,” Jacobs captioned the photo.

Styles’ stylist, Harry Lambert, told British Vogue that all of the singer’s recent outfits are an expression of him embracing gender-neutral fashion.