Lady Gaga’s Meat Dress Recreated Using, Well, Actual Meat

October 27, 2010 |  by  |  Lifestyle
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I know what Lady Gaga fans are going to be for Halloween! To the dismay of vegans and starving people everywhere, a steakhouse in New York City has recreated Lady’s Gaga controversial red MEAT carpet outfit from the MTV video music awards and want you to sink your teeth into the Grade A gown.

This beefy, 85-pound meat dress costs $100,000 and unlike Gaga’s gown, is actually made out of cow flesh.

“I wanted it to be a cut above,” said Marc Sherry, owner of the Old Homestead Steakhouse, appropriately located in the Meatpacking District.

Wah wah.

Apparently, Sherry’s team went to the cutting board and created a dress made of porterhouse, leggings from rib eye and Kobe beef boots, all USDA prime. The crew stitched it all together using twine and accessorized the look with a necklace of marrow bones topped with a 32-ounce rib eye chapeau.


“It smells so good,” said the waitress-turned-model turned potential vegetarian who posed with the edible attire.

According to the NY daily Post:

The dress comes with a designer goody bag stuffed with filet mignon, chocolate sauce, Kobe burgers and candy corn. And the costume itself can actually be eaten, with cooks from the 142-year-old restaurant set to do the carving and offering recipe ideas.

“Wear it for an hour, have fun with it … Then you might have enough meat for six months for your freezer,” Sherry suggested. “So that the $100,000 is not that expensive.”

And I’m going to throw up now.


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