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At last night's CFDA Awards, Diane von Furstenberg and Michael Kors were busy throwing out suggestions on what they thought Lady Gaga should show up in. DVF's pick: "I was thinking she should come all plain. That's what I would do, but then again I am not Gaga." Kors threw out "gray flannels and a camel coat. Now that would be shocking." All swell ideas, but instead she decided to come in a custom tulle Thierry Mugler dress over a spiked leather bodysuit—and posed with the train of it draped over her face. All before accepting the Fashion Icon Award. [WWD]