Talk about weird fashion and the first name that pops up is that of Lady Gaga. The American singer is one such celebrity who has continuously made headlines for her weird fashion statements. But the most memorable one which did the rounds of social media was her meat dress which she wore at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. Designed by Franc Fernandez and styled by Nicola Formichetti. The dress was made of raw beef. The outfit was hugely condemned by the animal rights groups.
It is said that actor Ranveer Singh’s fashion statement is too crazy and funny at times. His quirky sense of fashion has often been considered weird and wacky. His most popular look was when the confident actor attended the GQ Best Dressed Men 2015 Awards wearing pyjamas. He was spotted wearing a white t-shirt and a shiny red printed robe teamed with Sylvester slippers. He was also wearing a black hat and glasses to round up the unearthly look.
The pop star singer, Rihanna also joins the bandwagon of quirky style freaks. When it comes to weird styling, Rihanna has even topped the charts. The media got scandalous when Rihanna arrived in her Adam Selman dress, covered in 216,000 Swarovski crystals for CFDA Awards, 2014. Wearing a part Josephine Baker, part sphinx sheer dress where her modesty was covered by a nude coloured thong, the pop star accessorised with smoky eyes, a turban and a white fur stole. For many, it was too intimidating.
Is it a trend or just a coincidence that all the singers have been trying to prove themselves as the most outrageously styled celebs in the world? Nicki Minaj is known for her fearless and extreme outfits. Minaj has frequently been noticed for her big colourful head gears. She is most remembered when she arrived Vatican for the 54th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in 2012 as she made her way down the carpet in a red nun-like Versace ensemble with the Pope dangling on her arm.
Marilyn Manson’s fashion style has always been intriguing for his audiences. The musician has often been seen with some of his outrageous outfits on stage. The outfit that he wore at the Gig on the Green Festival at Glasgow Green in 2001 made big headlines. The singer has revealed that his hysterical fashion statement comes from having braces and acne as a child, and generally not feeling comfortable in his own skin.