Lady GaGa continued the launch party of her new perfume, Fame. One day after having a "slumber party" at the Guggenheim Museum to mark the end of New York Fashion Week, the Mother Monster went to Macy's Herald Square to celebrate the official release of the scent.
She made a grand entrance in a horse-drawn carriage shaped like a huge replica of her perfume bottle. She also extended the masquerade theme of her NYFW party by dressing in a full-body armor-like costume and a gold mask. Her towering boots had little gold men crawling all over them.
Fame was declared "first ever black eau de parfume." It's made of "tears of belladonna, crushed heart of tiger orchidea with a black veil of incense, pulverized apricot and the combinative essences of saffron and honey drops," the singer raved on "Good Morning America."
GaGa was joined by Yoko Ono, Michael Strahan, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Tamar Braxton at the Guggenheim party. Lying inside a giant bottle, the outlandish singer reminisced the scene from the Fame short movie by inviting guests to touch her.