Now you too can own a piece of Lady Gaga's controversial VMAs meat dress--sorta. Designer Franc Fernandez, the vision behind Gaga's daring choice-cut couture, has released a limited-edition meat shirt for Little Monsters and extreme fashion fans to enjoy. But don't worry, Morrissey: The shirt is just a fabric print of bloody marbled prime, not fashioned from real butcher scraps like Gaga's infamous dress that was lauded, criticized, and debated the world over.
This gives a new meaning to the term "Beefy T," huh?
The meat shirts will be available for purchase at Nicola Formichetti's outrageously reflective pop-up shop in New York while supplies last. At the store, Formachetti--Thierry Mugler creative director and Gaga's celebrated stylist--displays the wardrobe from Gaga's "Paparazzi" performance at the 2010 VMAs and archival vintage Versace pieces that she got free range with, and sells everything from spacey Mugler platforms, deadly studded vests, and to-die-for panda-skull rings.
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