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Lady Gaga To Launch Perfume

Updated on July 14, 2012

Lady Gaga's "The Fame"


The “bad romance” pop star is popularly known for expressing her electrifying personality through her eye catching fashion and chart topping singles. Now, Lady Gaga is ready to add a touch of her personal style in the fragrance industry with the launch of her debut perfume for women-“Fame”. Named after her debut album, “The Fame”, the perfume is expected to hit stores in September worldwide and is anticipated to be a big hit among Gaga’s fans.

It was reported that a blood sample from the monster mogul was used in the initial development of the formula in an effort to as quoted by Gaga “extracting the feeling and sense of blood and semen from molecular structures”. Nonetheless, there is no need to be alarmed and contrary to statements made by Lady Gaga two years ago to create a fragrance that smells like blood and semen, this doesn’t, but rather smells like as quoted by Lady Gaga again “an expensive hooker”.

The fragrance was designed with three key elements in mind-keeping it dark, sensual and light and it encompasses a mixed scent featuring; the tears of Belladonna, which represents the dark element, a soothing blend of dripping honey, saffron and apricot nectar which represents the sensual element whilst a fusion of floral accents crushed Tiger Orchid and Jasmine Sambac represents the light element-all combined to create a fragrance Gaga style!

The platinum superstar always aim to be different but at the same time ensuring to please her fans. All that inspired the very design of the fragrance bottle and even the colour of the liquid. Viewing the liquid inside the bottle, it is black but changes color once it is emitted or applied to the skin. On the other hand, the design of the fragrance bottle features a “push pull technology” and is highly unusual in structural design as opposed to traditional perfume designs.

On Gaga’s many tweets about her perfume, she replied “no” to one male fan who had asked if there was a male version of her perfume, but insisted that some of her gay friends wear it.

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