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Joey Nolfi
March 23, 2016 AT 05:38 PM EDT

A new video highlighting 155 Lady Gaga looks is making the Internet rounds, appearing early Wednesday morning on fansite Gaga Daily.

Set to instrumental versions of various Gaga tracks, including “Just Dance,” “Scheiße,” and “G.U.Y.”, among others, the clip traces the Lady’s style evolution from her days of platinum-banged wigs and shoulder pads during The Fame era all the way up to her David Bowie tribute at the 2016 Grammy Awards, which featured a tear-away cape made with the help of Kansai Yamamoto, a Japanese designer who produced similar pieces for the late music icon’s Ziggy Stardust Tour in the early 1970s.

The video also highlights fan-favorite looks that didn’t receive as much press coverage as things like Gaga’s infamous meat dress from the 2010 MTV VMAs, including a look from a 2013 U.K. visit that saw the pop singer sporting flowing white dreadlocks, a powdered face, and a crimson lip, in addition to an Alon Livne robe (paired with Italian curls) from a 2014 performance with Tony Bennett at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in New York City.

Watch Lady Gaga’s style evolution unfold in the video below.

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