They say all that glitters is not gold, but last night’s Super Bowl proved otherwise – with both glitter and gold.

The musicians were adorned in custom made designer gear from head to toe, which elevated their show-stopping performances. Below, you can check out who wore what, and shop inspired-by looks from your favorite Super Bowl superstar.

The National Anthem & Lady Gaga

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In full patriotic pride, Lady Gaga wore a red lurex Gucci suit custom made by Alessandro Michele, who is the brand’s creative director. Michele stated, “when Gaga asked me to create an outfit for the [Super Bowl 50], I was very honored, and I went for red, pure energy for an energetic woman performing on an energizing event.”

Her glittering platform heels, seen below, were also custom Gucci with a navy left heel and red and white for the right platform.

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While a custom-made Gucci suit will be hard for you to get your hands on, you can still channel your inner Mother Monster with these picks below.

In case you missed her performance:

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The Pepsi Halftime Show & Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars

Coldplay:

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Coldplay donned a unique 60s inspired look including colorful embroidery on their jackets and jeans.

Chris Martin also wore a custom pair of colorful Air Jordans that were – get this – designed by his son, Moses!

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Like what you see? Nike has a plethora of customizable options on their website, but below are a colorful pair of Jordans that would do the trick, too!

Bruno Mars:

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Bruno Mars and his “Uptown Funk” dance moves made us swoon. He and his crew wore black and gold Nikes, along with custom made joggers and jackets by Versace.

Feel this look? You’ll be livin’ it up in the city with this black and gold style.

Beyonce:

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Black, gold, and fire = Beyonce at Super Bowl 50. The Queen wore a custom made DSquared militaristic leather jacket with gold harness. She also wore custom made black and gold Christian Louboutin boots. Her wardrobe paid tribute to the King of Pop’s Super Bowl performance from 1993 and her backup dancers dressed as the Black Panther Party.
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Bey’s dancers also wore the coolest Doc. Marten Boots seen below.

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Think you don’t need more black and gold in your life? Think again, because Bey just gave you a reason!

In case you missed her their performance:

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