Lady Gaga may be having the best year of her life, and it's only February! After taking home a Golden Globe, performing the national anthem at the Super Bowl and giving a heartfelt and energetic tribute to David Bowie at the Grammys, Gaga made her way to New York Fashion Week to walk the runway next to Kendall Jenner at the highly-anticipated Marc Jacobs show.

The Marc Jacobs show - which closes NYFW every season, according to HuffPost Style - took on a gothic Victorian look this year that was complete with sky-high platform boots, dark makeup and finger-waved hairdos that resembled the style popular in the 1920s. Gaga wore an oversized trench coat with a green blouse and bag to match. Jenner, a seasoned model, wore a black and white knit dress, a feathered coat and black leather platform boots.

Gaga may be a superstar in her own right, but the singer arrived at the show's venue and "insisted" on being treated just like the other models, according to Women's Wear Daily. She arrived at Park Avenue Armory at 3:30 p.m. for the show without an entourage, and got her hair and makeup done alongside the other models. While Gaga seemed to enjoy her time as a runway model, she did say she had one complaint about the show.

"I told Marc I was disappointed the shoes weren't taller," Gaga told Vogue backstage.

"I've adored @marcjacobs @therealmarcjacobs since I was very young, so I was so honored to be one of his beautiful creatures tonight," Gaga wrote on Instagram after the show.

Check out Gaga strut down the runway for Marc Jacobs below.