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It appears that, although with good reason, the spectacle that is known as Lady Gaga is starting to cause a bad rap for her potential future. Lady gaga and her sister Young Natali Germanotta, also known as Baby Gaga, are working together to start a fashion line. Now, I’m the first one to usually write up a bad review on Gaga because, although I absolutely love her, her fashion is just completely insane… and I feel that she makes a spectacle out of things that you shouldn’t be poking fun at.
This new line of Gaga inspired creations is supposed to “remodel the styles of classic icons from the past, for example, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, and Katherine Hepburn” but with a modern touch…” says Grazia. I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt, I say GO FOR IT GIRLS! Let’s see what you got, and I promise to be positive and open-minded about your upcoming creations. Who knows, they might surprise you with some amazing new looks!
Grazia says that yes, a clothing range by the pop singer is on the way. Lady Gaga will likely co-launch the line with her younger sister, Natali Germanotta, who, as we learned last week, is a fashion designer on the rise (she’s got a gig creating costumes for a new off-Broadway show).
The notion, of course, of fashions made by Gaga conjures up images of the star’s craziest gear: the Kermit the Frog outfit, the Bubble Dress, the raw meat ensemble, the “space orbit” Grammy get-up, her many VMA creations… the list goes on and on.
But the Gaga-Germanotta collection, writes Grazia, would actually be much tamer than any Gaga originals. The idea is to “remodel the styles of classic icons from the past, for example, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, and Katherine Hepburn” but with a modern touch…
Source: The Huffington Post. Read more here