If you're into poppy dance music, you've probably heard a track or two from the loopy songstress who goes by the stagename Lady GaGa. But among fans, she's at least as famous for her goofy outfits, which make Bjork look demure. Where does she get the ideas for those crazy duds?
As the eagle-eyed folks over at Flavorwire point out, it's pretty clear that she's got a gift for lifting from famous architects and designers. They've listed a slew of parallels, but here's a couple to whet your appetite:
On the left, one of the Lady's outfits from her first tour last March. On the right, a geodesic dome by Buckminster Fuller:
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Here's an outfit that's pretty clearly inspired by Tord Boontje's experiments with Delftware and China, which launched the design craze for historically inspired decoration:
Don't miss the rest of Flavorwire's hilarious post.