Lady Gaga's Lady Lindy-Inspired Jumpsuit

(Source: Bauer Griffin)

Lady Gaga can always be counted on to take the concept of style as personal expression to new heights, so much so that some of her looks feel more like artistic interventions than they do fashion statements. And why not? Both are modes of self-expression.

Take, for instance, this jumpsuit, in which the pop star was spotted upon landing at Narita Airport, near Tokyo. From head to toe, the whole ensemble seems to be inspired by the romance and mythology of air travel's early days, i.e. Amelia Earhart, who in 1932 became the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic. Funnily enough, she was nicknamed "Lady Lindy," and Lady Gaga's utilitarian jumpsuit looks as if it was inspired by the daring, adventurous, explorer's spirit shared by both these trendsetting women.

Gaga's jumpsuit features a retro cut, and defined shoulders, high waist, and military-looking suspenders reminiscent of a 1930s silhouette. The outfit was complemented by a short, finger-waved bob hairdo that harkens back to the same era. Lady Gaga's artistic eyeglasses, meanwhile, added a modern conceptual touch, bringing to mind old-fashioned telescopes, aviator goggles, and vintage technical instruments (like those which might have been used by cartographers to chart an airplane's course back in the day). "Lady Lindy" would surely approve.

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