Guggenheim goes Gaga

Lady Gaga maintained her reputation as the world's leading Dadaist performance artist when she threw the launch party for her new perfume, Fame, at New York's Guggenheim Museum. Guests got to watch Gaga as she feigned sleep while lying inside a giant reproduction of a Fame perfume bottle. She eventually 'woke' to the sounds of the David Bowie hit "Fame" -- naturally -- and proceeded to get dressed and spray herself with perfume. The pop star spent the remainder of the evening inside her perfume bottle, where she got a cherub tattooed on the back of her head. Fame, by the way, is the first-ever black eau du parfum. (September)
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