Photos by Mario Testino, Courtesy of Vogue
“There is this assumption that women in music and pop culture are supposed to act a certain way, and because I’m just sort of middle fingers up, a-blazing, doing what my artistic vision tells me to do, that is what is misunderstood. People are like, ‘She dresses this way for attention.’ Or like, ‘Ugh, the meat dress.’ ” She rolls her eyes. “People just want to figure it out or explain it. The truth is, the mystery and the magic is my art. That is what I am good at. You are fascinated with precisely the thing that you are trying to analyze and undo.”
Hand crafted by "veik11" are a bunch of Lady GaGa Barbies that prove to be striking renditions of GaGa's outrageous costume creations. I've included a bunch of photos for you to check out and you can click here to find the original pics and a bunch more of veik11's Lady Gaga Barbie Dolls.
There is little bad to say about Lady Gaga. She's brilliant, both artistically and musically. Yes, she can sing. Yes, she can compose. Yes, she's beautiful. Yes, she's a brunette. Don't believe me? Here she is performing in a talent competition at NYU in 2006.
During times of economic turmoil, the arts are the first to feel the pinch. In response Vogue has made performing arts the star of their December issue.
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Lady GaGa is a brilliant image maker, artist, and performer. She is changing the face of the mainstream as we know it, ushering the avant garde. Welcome to Art, Life, and Stilettos. Killer.