In Harper's Bazaar interview, singer reveals resting place of meat dress, Muppets Thanksgiving outfit.
In case anyone is wondering where Lady Gaga stores her meat dress from the 2010 MTV Awards, the flying dress from her "Artpop" album launch party and her Kermit the frog outfit from the "Holiday Spectacular" Thanksgiving special, chances are all those pieces are stored somewhere in L.A. As the cover star of Harper's Bazaar's March issue, the "Applause" singer revealed that she keeps her clothes in Hollywood.
"The fashion I've acquired over the years is so scared to me -- from costumes to couture, high fashion to punk wear I've collected from my secret international hot spots," the singer told Bazaar. "I keep everything in an enormous archive in Hollywood."
She added: "The clothes are on mannequins, also on hangers and in boxes with a photo of each piece, and there's a Web site where I can go to look through everything. It's too big—I could never sort through it myself!"
With so many items from her wardrobe, which ones are important to her? The tour pieces. (Giorgio Armani and Donatella Versace have designed for her past tours.)
"This is the section that is most sacred to me," said Gaga. "These are the pieces that have collected energy, joy, and screams from fans all over the world."
While the pop star is known for wearing plenty of outrageous outfits, she mentions that her favorite outfit of all time is surprisingly Audrey Hepburn's iconic derby look in "My Fair Lady" (1964).
Read Gaga's full interview at Harper's Bazaar.
This article originally appeared on THR.com.