Lady Gaga is always ready for the “Paparazzi.”
The “Born this Way” singer, 35, stepped out on Monday holding a personalized Louis Vuitton bag emblazoned with the faces of her beloved French bulldogs.
The custom embroidery was done by C. Bonz, a Malibu-based designer whose one-of-a-kind pieces include customization on a vintage camouflage jacket, Chanel bag — or, Gaga’s choice, an embroidered Louis Vuitton Speedy 25.
Gaga’s three pups — Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo — made major news when they were involved in a brutal dognapping in February 2021, resulting in Gaga’s dog walker suffering a gunshot wound to the chest.
He later turned to crowdfunding to raise money for his recovery and a woman eventually returned the three dogs to their owner, claiming she found the pups in a bid to net the $500,000 reward. Cops busted five people in the case, including the woman.
The canines were considered Hollywood royalty long before the traumatic event. Gaga’s “Little Monster” fans created web pages devoted to the dogs and they even appeared on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar in 2015.
C. Bonz was created by designer Celine Benz, who personalizes curated vintage pieces with embroidery. One of the brand’s specialties is pet portraits, which can be placed on pullovers, sweatpants, totes, designer bags and more.
Gaga previously posed in a Death Grip Oversized Crew Pullover ($195) from the brand in January while “Saved By The Bell” star Tiffani Thiessen has a bespoke jumpsuit ($400) and actress Lindsay J. Price wore a pullover with a pet portrait ($195).
Her pet portraits can also be seen on Staud’s bags and custom clothing.
Now, with this custom bag, she can always remember her dogs this way.