Street Style: Gaga's Little Monsters Edition

Lady Gaga is playing three nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City. And last night, I was there. No matter what you think of her music, her style, or her need for attention, she definitely inspires people. I was a bit disappointed in Gaga's costumes--no wigs or interesting millinery, just that yellow hair with three inch dark roots. But she’s an amazing performer and I'm both deaf and hoarse today from all the screaming and singing. I took Fashionista's street style camera along for the ride, focusing on Gaga’s exuberant and loyal fans. Wigs, lightning bolts, cigarette glasses, and a severe lack of pants were de rigueur for both boys and girls. And while some honored her with literal translations of past looks, others used her style as an inspiration to dress in...yellow tape. Click through the slide show for a glimpse of the lengths to which people will go to show their admiration for Gaga. (OK, secretly I was wishing I, too had a pink wig.)
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Lady Gaga is playing three nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City. And last night, I was there. No matter what you think of her music, her style, or her need for attention, she definitely inspires people. I was a bit disappointed in Gaga's costumes--no wigs or interesting millinery, just that yellow hair with three inch dark roots. But she’s an amazing performer and I'm both deaf and hoarse today from all the screaming and singing. I took Fashionista's street style camera along for the ride, focusing on Gaga’s exuberant and loyal fans. Wigs, lightning bolts, cigarette glasses, and a severe lack of pants were de rigueur for both boys and girls. And while some honored her with literal translations of past looks, others used her style as an inspiration to dress in...yellow tape. Click through the slide show for a glimpse of the lengths to which people will go to show their admiration for Gaga. (OK, secretly I was wishing I, too had a pink wig.)
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Lady Gaga is playing three nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City. And last night, I was there. No matter what you think of her music, her style, or her need for attention, she definitely inspires people.

I was a bit disappointed in Gaga's costumes--no wigs or interesting millinery, just that yellow hair with three inch dark roots. But she’s an amazing performer and I'm both deaf and hoarse today from all the screaming and singing.

I took Fashionista's street style camera along for the ride, focusing on Gaga’s exuberant and loyal fans. Wigs, lightning bolts, cigarette glasses, and a severe lack of pants were de rigueur for both boys and girls. And while some honored her with literal translations of past looks, others used her style as an inspiration to dress in...yellow tape.

Click through the slide show for a glimpse of the lengths to which people will go to show their admiration for Gaga. (OK, secretly I was wishing I, too had a pink wig.)