Seem familiar? The frock is reminiscent of the artistic debate between Marc Jacobs and street artist Kidult, who spray-painted the word "ART" on Marc Jacob’s Soho store. Jacobs turned a photo of his graffiti-covered store into a $700 T-shirt with the caption "Art by Art Jacobs." Kidult, in turn, sold a tee with a photo of Jacob’s tee for $10. A T-shirt on a T-shirt.
Gaga was like a totally meta, too-chic-for-you paper doll as she teetered out of her hotel in the dress, which we've decided is so ahead of its time, re-appropriating 2D and makes a subtle commentary on the forced mass consumption of James-Cameron-induced 3D. But, was she also making a commentary on the recent weight gain media blitz? You tell us. Now we’re just waiting for someone to make a dress with a photo of Gaga’s dress-on-dress look on it, and then we're going to buy one and stand in between two mirrors holding a box of Land O' Lakes butter and see how long it takes for us to totally freak out.
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