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Masks and un-wearable shoes

The Lady Gaga books just keep coming


 

In a recent auction, St. Martin’s Press bought Lady Gaga: Critical Mass Fashion for an undisclosed sum. The American publisher plans to rush it into print by fall, when it can join other Gaga titles: Lady Gaga: Behind the Fame by Emily Herbert; Fame: Lady Gaga by Dan Rafter and Tess Fowler; and, in Britain, Lady Gaga: “Just Dance”–The Biography by Helia Phoenix. The fashion book will aim slightly higher, according to the publisher. “The highly stylized, modernly designed book is an examination of the pop star’s extreme couture and her success in constructing an image through fashion as well as music. Extended captions scattered throughout the book will break down specific costumes, while the main text of each chapter will explore a different thread of her wardrobe: masks, bodily functions, un-wearable shoes, and more.”

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Masks and un-wearable shoes

  1. And, of course, a treatise on the downfall of all things pant, trouser, slack, and / or breeches related.

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