Lady Gaga’s Shades Collection With Linda Farrow And More With Forever 21

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There’s no stopping Lady Gaga from conquering the world. Taking it one radio at the time, now one collection after another.

After witnessing that madder-than-your-average-Tarantino-flick Telephone video (and having to put up with a real chase of Illuminati symbols throughout the short film in the weeks following the launch), Lady Gaga’s fashion self surfaces in not one but two rumored collections. Both connected to the phone thang. Forever 21 is preparing a t-shirts capsule collection with Brian Lichtenberg whose yellow tape body wrap was seen in the above-mentioned video (no word as to what’s Lady Gaga’s name doing in all this).

The second collection tied to Lady Gaga’s name is a sunglasses collection with Linda Farrow. No further details are available, so we’re keeping our fingers crossed for the collection (if proved to be real) to be wearable and un-harming. (entre nous, weren’t you always dreaming about a yellow tape tee?) (via 1, 2, photos via)

Lady Gaga Shades Yellow Tape Body Wrap


#1 Rob Schneider rules on 03.28.10 at 3:07 pm

Never had the time of day for Gaga until I saw the ‘Telephone’ video – it’s quite an eye-opener -hats off to her setting the beginning of it in a prison. A rather lesbian-centric, fashion-conscious prison but very, very interesting. Cool song too.

#2 Adriana on 03.29.10 at 9:36 am

I’ve a Gaga overdose. The girl is omnipresent: 24/7! I like some of her songs a lot on the radio, they’re catchy: Radio Gaga! I doubt her longevity though.
Yes, the “Telephone” video was interesting: after viewing it three times it’s yet tiresome.

RSr: did you live under a stone?

#3 Rob Schneider rules on 03.30.10 at 3:23 pm

No I just didn’t like her music or her OTT fashion statements in general. That prison clip turned things around a little – it’s pretty shocking! It’s still the first and only song of hers I’ve liked. However, if I were a mother I don’t think I’d be pleased if my daughter liked Gaga and was watching her running around a music video in a tiny gstring and simulating masturbation etc . It’s a bit too in-your-face!

#4 Adriana on 03.30.10 at 11:59 pm

RSr: I believe mothers thought the some thing about Madonna at the time. Or about wild rock bands. Since Elvis shaked his hips? Yes, this vid is very in-your-face. But so are a lot of videos these days. Michael Jackson grabbed his crotch years ago and who else more? Lot’s of performers sell sex in all kind of ways.
I wonder what’s the next step is? Personally I’m bored with videos like this. But I’m older, I’m not even shocked, just bored.
I wouldn’t forbid a daughter of mine to watch it though but explain it and try to supervise her. It’s on YouTube and the interwebs an sich are often shocking and disgusting for kids in general. Parents have no eyes and ears everywhere to keep in touch with what their brood is watching. Alas……

#5 Rob Schneider rules on 03.31.10 at 3:20 pm

Good points, I just think that Gaga’s show and flesh-baring is more risque and stripper-esque than Madonna’s. Madonna’s Sex book was really the most sexualised point of her career. Gaga seems to be one gstring away from that point already. Frankly I’m pleased to be still shockable. I’d wouldn’t want to become someone who feels like they’ve seen everything.

#6 Adriana on 04.01.10 at 5:32 am

RSr: I’m shocked by bomb attacks, I’m shocked at child pageant shows, I’m shocked about how divided our world is, I’m shocked how we’ve killed our earth, I’m shocked about…….I can make a far longer list. I won’t bother you and anyone else with my “shock-list”. I’ve chosen to own a tv, radio and the internet and to read a newspaper and other magazines. So I’ve chosen to feel shocked every day!
But this Gaga thing doesn’t shock me at all. Erika Badu needs to get naked and let herself shot down on the same place as JFK is murdered in a video. I don’t even wonder why anymore……

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