Quite a feat for THIS piece of meat: Lady Gaga's infamous dress from the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards is heading to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!
The carnivorous couture will go on public display as a part of the 'Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power' exhibition in Cleveland, this afternoon.
Made entirely of real meat and one of Gaga's most talked-about getups, the dress was hand-sewn by designers Franc Fernandez & Nicola Formichetti.
It has since been preserved to stave off maggots, rotting, e. coli, etc.
The star later explained the provocative fashion statement asserting, "I am not a piece of meat," and likening that to how homosexuals are treated.
While the message was lost on some, it was named Best Fashion Statement of 2010 by Time and stood out even among the Gaga's fashion choices.
Definitely Hall of Fame-worthy in our eyes. To see how it stacks up with other outrageous ensembles, check out our gallery of Lady Gaga pictures!
[Photo: Fame Pictures]