Lady Gaga: Critical Mass Fashion

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Macmillan, Sep 14, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 144 pages
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No other superstar has the full package like Lady Gaga.  In less than one year, she transformed herself from pop singer to pop icon, thanks to her talent, drive, and oh yes–her fashion.  She's reached a new level of "living the fame" with her collection of extreme, often controversial couture.  Lady Gaga: Critical Mass Fashion takes an in-depth look at Gaga's litany of eye-popping leotards, asymmetrical dresses, and fashionably impractical heels. Top designers love the Lady–everone from Armani to Hussein Chalayan to the late lamented Alexander McQueen has taken her under their wings. On message twenty-four hours a day, Lady Gaga never stops.  From the fake eyelashes to the faux nails down to her toes, she's living out her idea of celebrity to the last detail. Visual explosion on screen, on stage, and on the page: that's Gaga's goal.  All of the 120+ images in this book showcase the gorgeous insanity of her version.
 

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I bought this book mainly to look at the pictures of her costumes and iconic performances at the time it was published. So much eye candy! Read full review

Review: Lady Gaga: Critical Mass Fashion

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Gorgeous pictures and details of Lady Gaga's fashion. Read full review

Contents

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Back Flap
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Back Cover
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LIZZY GOODMAN is a journalist who has written for New York magazine, SPIN, and Nylon among other magazines. She was an associate editor at Blender and a staff writer at Rolling Stone. She is the author of Cat Power: A Good Woman.

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