Pop Star Style: 11 Halloween-Worthy Stage Looks

Pop Star Style: 11 Halloween-Worthy Stage Looks
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One of the best ways to fuse fashion and music together is on the stage. From Madonna to Rihanna, there’s nothing better than seeing an awesome singer rock a killer outfit. But even if you’ll never be a famous musician or costume designer, you’ve got a chance to play one.

If you submit a design today, you have a chance to dress Florence of Florence and the Machine for their upcoming Terminal 5 concert in New York. Florence will pick the winner, who will get transportation to New York, two nights’ accommodation at the Soho House, $500 cash and a ticket to see Florence and the Machine perform not to mention a signed copy of Lungs and a chance to hang with the band backstage. You have the rest of the day to submit a design, and voting starts tomorrow. In the meantime, we’ve pulled some of our favorite lady singers’ crazy outfits of the past to give you some inspiration.

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Only Rihanna could pull off the punk hair, peach body suit and strong shoulder – all at once.

Lovefoxxx of CSS knows no bounds with her wigs and unitards.

Madonna wore her Gaultier underwear as outerwear while taking her performance to a new level.

Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's brings the costumes to the forefront of her stage performances. The makeup, the mixed prints - it's a whole new show every time.

Courtney Love's baby doll dresses and ripped tights caused a stir and ignited a huge '90s trend. You'll still see plenty of girls today wearing the rocker grunge girl look.

Britney Spears' legendary stripdown to a sparkly body suit in 2000.

Bjork, need we say more.

Beyonce goes from bootylicious to a fashion OMG in Gareth Pugh.

MIA mixes camo hood, holographic pot shades and colorful hair for a psychedelic bootcamp look.

Gwen Stefani rocks sexy-sweet Galliano in 2004.

Lady Gaga manages to bring it on and off the stage, meeting or not meeting the Queen.

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