Maverick Style Files: The 10 Most Rebellious Dressers of All Time

From Lady Gaga's meat dress to Marlene Dietrich's tuxedo.

It’s pieces of raw flank steak strung together to make Lady Gaga’s dress at 2010’s VMAs. It’s Marlene Dietrich wearing a tuxedo to play cabaret singer Amy Jolly in the 1930 film Morocco. And it’s the jewelled “naked” gown Cher wore in 1988 to collect the gong for best actress at the Oscars. We’re talking about fearless women who aren’t afraid to end up on worst dressed lists—or wear perishables down the red carpet. To celebrate these rule-breakers and their most rebellious outfits, we’ve rounded up 10 shining examples for you to scroll. 

Met Gala. She cemented the trend a few years later when she won the 1988 best actress Oscar for Moonstruck and wore this beaded, barely-there Bob Mackie creation.

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