Kellyann Salinas spotted in UNIF and TUK waiting for Lady Gaga

On August 6, Lady Gaga brought her ArtRave tour to Denver in support of her latest album, ARTPOP. In the crowd of fans waiting for admission we spotted a bartender from Miami, Kellyann Salinas, looking spectacular in a style that was fun and trendy. Keep reading to learn more about Salinas and where she gets her fashion inspiration.

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Name: Kellyann Salinas.

Profession: I'm a bartender back home.

Spotted at: Outside the Pepsi Center, waiting in line for general admission entry into Lady Gaga's ArtRave tour.

2014 summer jam: "Fancy" by Iggy Azalea featuring Charlie XCX.

Favorite film: The Little Mermaid.

Style inspirations/ icons: Lady Gaga, Marilyn Monroe and Clarissa Darling from the TV show Clarissa Explains It All.

Favorite color: Blue.

Favorite accessory: Lipstick.

Style mantra: Do what you want, push boundaries, wear blue lipstick, and don't worry about what everyone else is doing. To quote a great love, "Fashion is about looking good and feeling fine."

Shops at: Everywhere, really. You can find little gems anywhere that can make up one amazing look, or twelve.

This clear backpack allows a peak into Salina's personal belongings. It's called transparency, and it is on trend for nostalgic 1990s kids. These black suede creepers are from London based T.U.K, punk-fashion pioneer. They are sold at FashionNation and online here.

Salinas used colored hair, a "Hey Arnold!" crop-top, UNIF's iridescent Meta skirt, available here, fishnets, face gems and T.U.K. creepers to pull off her artRave ensemble. Her fashion perspective is influenced by rave-wear, current Internet trends, and 1990s popular culture. She remains true to herself and is unafraid to go against the grain by wearing blue lipstick.

Always have fun with your street-style, Denver.

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