She's worn meat dresses and body-covering white fur. She once wore a blown-up replica of the Mona Lisa. Journalists, like Emily Zauzmer of Harvard Political Review, said that "she rose to fame with jarring tunes ... tunes that have driving beats, tunes that rely heavily on techno sounds.
"Her hair has changed as rapidly as her outfits have,. Her ever-evolving locks have gone through a kaleidoscope of hues and styles -- from spiky strands ... to a faded mix of white and gray and turquoise, to a pile of ringlets atop her head."