10 Deranged Costume Designs From The 1600s That Put Lady Gaga To Shame

If you think dressing up like a giant slab of filet mignon is a modern contrivance, think again. Throughout his career in the 1600s, Parisian artist Nicolas de Larmessin II drew dozens of jovially wackadoodle caricatures of people flamboyantly garbed as their professions. How flamboyant? Two words: seafood suit. »6/20/12 1:55pm6/20/12 1:55pm