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Going Gaga For Fashion

As fashion week approaches, it seems everyone is getting the word out about their new clothing lines. The latest new comer to a fashion line is none other than the Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga. Of course Lady Gaga will be joined by upcoming fashion designer and sister, Natali Germanotta, or Baby Gaga as big sis prefers. For the conservative fashionistas, don’t be too alarmed; the looks that will be born from this line are said to be nothing like the Lady Gaga appearances we have seen at such events as the Grammy’s and the MTV Award shows. The line has actually been described as “relatively normal and wearable.”

As sighs of relief falls over the fashion world, an even bigger question rises…so what will these clothes look like? There has not been a significant amount of information given about the line itself besides a few hints, and a possible peek. It has been reported that the theme Lady and Baby Gaga have conjured is “to remodel the styles of classic icons from the past, for example, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, and Katherine Hepburn.”

The emergence of this news has itself some peculiar timing as Baby Gaga was recently in a few fashion news posts. Baby Gaga, or Natali, is a student of Parson’s The New School for Design, and it has been reported that she is designing the costumes for a new off-Broadway show. As this news was recently released, we did not expect bigger news to immediately follow; one could say, we had our appetizer, here is our main course, so what is going to be for dessert? Could it possibly be the visual of these looks in completion? The Gaga’s claim to “remodel…classic icons” is verbalized in an example to take the infamous Marilyn Monroe halter dress to kinkier heights…making it out of leather. I believe we are in store for some surprising pieces and creative takes on these iconic looks.

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