Lady Gaga – Queen of the Dada
Once upon a time there was a wicked young woman, with a wicked nose who had a wicked sense of style. Filled with ambition, the wicked young women blew us away with her voice, her fashion philosophy and said :
This post in an homage, as the french would say, to Lady Gaga, who in my humble opinion, is one of the most interesting fashionistas the 21st century has to offer currently.
Lady Gaga – Queen of the 21st century Dada (movement)
Move over conventional dress-up props.
Gaga’s costumes are made up of far more than just your average venetian masks and wigs. Anything is game in the world of Gaga.
Sea Shells that leave nothing the imagination
This photograph taken by epic photographer Terry Richardson for the cover of Vogue Japan
Life is never dull with the Gaga.
In the outrageous world of Lady Gaga there are no limits, no elements of the ridiculous, none of this “too much” business.
Every moment is dedicated to the Art of Performance
Many find her eccentric, attention-seeking and just plain weird. But if one takes the time to dig a little deeper, one discovers that Lady Gaga is more than just your average pop artist:
Lady Gaga is the living incarnation of the Dada movement
Wiki gives a neat and practical explanation of the Dada cultural movement:
“Dada rejected reason and logic, prizing nonsense, irrationality and intuition.
The origin of the name Dada is unclear; some believe that it is a nonsensical word”…
Just like Miss Gaga herself
So here is my tribute to Gaga : the Queen of Dada
The one who never fails to entertain, astound, and inspire us as well as remind us that fashion is in itself an Art
“They can’t scare me, if I scare them first.” Lady Gaga
“Do not allow people to dim your shine because they are blinded.
Tell them to put on some sunglasses, cuz we were born this way bitch!” Lady Gaga
“I’m obsessively opposed to the typical.” Lady Gaga
“People will always talk, so lets give them sumthin to talk about” Lady Gaga
“Once you kill a cow, you gotta make a burger” Lady Gaga
Bow down to the Gaga – The Queen of Dada