Never one to favor restraint, Lady Gaga managed to pick up some lavish fur coats while in Russia last week, TMZ reports. The singer, whose next album is due in spring 2013, was seen at Russian designer Helen Yarmak's Moscow boutique.
Sources told the website that Gaga scored a dark-brown Barguzin Russian sable worth more than $200,000 — a drop in the bucket for one of the world's most powerful celebrities. The "Born this Way" songstress strutted out of the store wearing the sable. She also reportedly purchased a green-dyed silver fox coat totaling more than $19,000.
On Saturday, back stateside, Gaga joined the Rolling Stones for the last show of their 50th Anniversary Tour, at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. Gaga left the fur coats at home, instead opting to wear a comparatively conservative velvet catsuit along with her signature platform heels. Gaga performed onstage with the Stones for a rendition of their classic track "Gimme Shelter."