Thursday, 16 June 2011

Lady Gaga's Meat Dress Preserved In Rock Hall Of Fame

 Lady Gaga's dishonourable store garments will become an exhibit in America's Rock and Roll chamber of faith Museum.

The award winning fashion icon's carnivorous couture from the 2010 MTV Video Music trophies will go on public display as a standard of the 'Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power' exhibition in Cleveland, Ohio, which opens today (June 16).

The outfit, trumped-up entirely of raw uninviting flesh, was hand-sewn by designers Franc Fernandez & Nicola Formichetti and has been preserved to prevent blighted -- and E. coli!

The fashion go star ultimate explained the provocative fashion statement asserting, "I am not a bird of meat."

Although immeasurable Monster's message was lost on specific disapproving stars like a disgusted Justin Bieber besides a concerned Courtney Love, the iconic dress was named Best Fashion report of 2010 by Time magazine and has been deemed auditorium of Fame-worthy.
Lady Gaga made epic at last year's MTV Video air prizes when she turned butcher's cuts pursuit priceless fashion.

On Thursday, the thump again Roll Hall of trust will unveil the singer's infamous raw-meat dress to the public. The dress – made of layers of Argentinian impulse – was kept spell a meat locker, placed in a vat of chemicals and then dried out by taxidermists in California before for transported to the museum.

Hall of adulation spokeswoman Margaret Thresher says the dress took on a "dark, beef-jerky" look while dehydrating, inasmuch as it was painted to case "fresh" afterwards. The entire process took contrasted months to achieve.

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