Journalist documents Lady Gagas style in new book
on Thursday,October 28,2010 20:10
Fashion icons come and go, but pop artist Lady Gaga has revolutionized what it means to be a trend-setter since she exploded onto the scene in 2008. Now, a new book titled, "Lady Gaga: Critical Mass Fashion" has taken an in-depth look at how the singer has changed the face of fashion and affected the industry.
Journalist Lizzy Goodman wrote the book, which has 144 pages full of color and quotes from Lady Gaga on her atypical style, according to the Los Angeles Times. Many of Gaga's looks have become mainstream since she began encouraging young girls everywhere to be more ambitious with their ensembles.
The pop star has turned heads by not only sporting unusual dresses and head pieces, but consulting designers for her out-of-the-box outfits. At the 2010 Grammy awards, Gaga showed up in an Armani Prive dress that vaguely resembled a solar system science project. She had also been friends with the late Alexander McQueen, who designed a number of exotic shoes and dresses for her.
Gaga has not only served as a musical inspiration to many, but a fashion inspiration as well. Fashion design jobs are expected to increase by at least 1 percent over the next eight years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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