Lady Gaga once again graces the covers of September ’12 issue of Vogue discussing her recent tour, love and passion of music and new perfume called “Fame”. Like lady Gaga’s personality, she anticipates her perfume to be like no other fragrance ever encountered. Her plan is to have the liquid “black” in the bottle, but spray out “clear”. I can just picture mad Frankenstein scientists working non-stop in labs trying to conjure this nottion up. Only Lady Gaga can get away with something so out-landish. I’m hoping the scent is as wonderful as the presentation.
I must add: She’s an entrepreneurial beast! Here I am thinking she’s been breaking from music, maybe caught up in love, family or the ‘real world’. ABSOLUTELY NOT! The mogul’s been touring, working with fashion houses overseas and building on the “Gaga” name. Very smart move by her marketing team. They knew exactly what to do to keep her relevant in the industry which has no remorse most times. Either you’re in, or you’re out! And clearly, Gaga is showing us that her fifteen minutes of fame has NOT run out!
Lady Gaga is well known for her fashion in addition to her music, and her funky yet lavish couture does nothing less than turn heads and grab attention…..be sure to pick up the September 2012 issue of VOGUE. I can’t wait to bask in the array of heavenly fashion.
Welcome to my very first blog. I’m a semi- virgin to blogging prior to my first post about Lip Color Blocking via (BlogSpot- check it out by the way. http://tamarastylist.blogspot.com/)
Nevertheless, I plan to make the very best of this despite setbacks. Being a fashionista compared to becoming a fashion student is two different worlds. Loving fashion is easy! But being a fashion major? WELL- welcome to the deepest darkest pits. Its one thing to pick up Vogue, Elle, or Harper’s Bazaar magazines, skim through countless editorials, and create a rendition of your own ensemble. BUT to breathe, understand, and study fashion in a college classroom is a totally different ball game! Of course I want to that Ferragmo or Galliano as much as the next lady! But right now, I’ve traded in my conservative work pumps for a conservative book bag.
SO how do I manage? I don’t most days. But I pray and believe in GOD enough to stay faithful to my craft. I’m optimistic and humble… and outright crazy. Yet, I’m crazy enough to believe in something bigger than me in this industry. The fashion industry can be brutal- eat can eat you up alive and spit you out. But if I’m strong and work hard enough, I can be just as successful as my predecessors and idols (Givenchy, Rucci, Rykiel) who were merely like me: an intern in the industry….