When we first ever saw a photo of Lady Gaga, our initial thought was, "Where are her pants?" But it's been quite a few months--and quite a few wardrobe changes--and now Lady GaGa continues to surprise us not only with what she wears, but her dedication to being the most bizarre fashion icon we've seen in awhile. And while you wouldn't catch us stumbling around in public wearing any of these outfits--not even on Halloween--we applaud her efforts by seeing how they might translate as interior decor. The end result? Really, really quite good.
Lady Gaga's Grammys dress designed by Armani had us a wee bit concerned that she might trip over her beglittered pantyhose platforms and poke an eye out with that star orbit prop. But as out of the world her look was, we happen to like how this living room uses similar accents like the bright silver of the lamp, the sheen of the satin tufted sofa, and the abstract line painting in pastels on the wall.
The infamous plastic bubble outfit may have reminded us initially of bubble wrap, but the shape of these clustered spheres translates just as well as light fixtures.
Gaga showed up to the Brit Awards in what looked like a dress made of giant tiered coffee filters (we're still working on the figuring out the hair thing). But an overload of fabric isn't always a bad thing: this four-poster goes from being plain to romantic with the addition of white Ikea tab-top curtains.
We had a lot of photos to choose from for this particular Gaga outfit, but we decided to skip the obvious disco ball visuals or mirrored vanities in favor of this bedroom with its own show-stopping screen. While Gaga's outfit is a bit more geometric and square, we absolutely love the delicate circle pattern on this trifold-turned-headboard.
Out of all the outfits Lady Gaga wore to the VMAs this year, this one was probably the least dramatic--no wonder she wore it first. (The other outfits included a red lace bodysuit that also covered her face and included a 3 ft crown and a white wreath helmet). Working with the main traits of her outfit--black, gold, and very ornate--we found this perfectly suited hallway.