Blog: Lady Gaga stumbles into fashion
Joe Ayling | 25 June 2010
Poor old Lady 'Pokerface' Gaga has made the gossip pages of most tabloids this week after falling over her leather gown in a pair of ten inch rubber heels.
Hang on though, who gets on a long-haul flight looking like this.
Ever the attention seeker, the American singer has taken the music scene by storm with her edgy stage presence and unorthodox style, and this week's Star Wars-esque flying costume was no exception.
Meanwhile, high street chain Marks and Spencer (M&S) has this week put together a group of lingerie products that emulate the style of Lady Gaga at its stores, under the theme 'Get the Gaga Look'.
There's no doubt Gaga has enough flair and charisma to take the fashion world by storm, but her catwalking might need a little more attention on this evidence.
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