Lady Gaga to receive fashion award
on Thursday,June 02,2011 23:06
The pop singer Lady Gaga, who is known for her pop lyrics and insane fashion sense, is now being honored by the Council of Fashion Designers in American (CFDA), according to the Toronto Sun.
The CFDA is one of the most prestigious fashion design awards, and this honor will be presented to Gaga, who has been seen in outlandish outfits such as lobster hats and an outfit decked out in Kermit the Frog puppets, at the Fashion Awards in New York City on June 6. She will be receiving the Fashion Icon Award, according to the news source.
Other stars will be attending this event including Kanye West, who will be presenting during the ceremony.
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