Lady Gaga’s first fragrance, and the world’s first black eau de parfum, “Fame” had its release party this past week and it was the kind of unexpectedness we’ve learned to expect from the pop singer. Partygoers were required to wear black tie as well as a mask, headpiece, tiara, or … lobster. The event was held at the Guggenheim museum and among the little monsters who showed were Alexander Wang, Yoko Ono, and Paris Hilton. The masked set got a special viewing of Steven Klein’s promotional short film for the fragrance after which the Mother Monster herself was revealed inside a life size replica of the Fame bottle. The bottle even included a hole for the attendees to stick their hand through to try to rouse the seemingly sleeping singer. When the singer finally awoke it was to receive a tattoo from inside of the bottle which was displayed on the screen for all to enjoy. Needless to say Fame’s fifteen minutes won’t be up for awhile thanks to its unique launch party.
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Liz got her start in the corporate public relations department at Coach, the major American fashion brand, where she oversaw regional press and events. In time, Liz segued into the fast-paced agency world, moving to a boutique firm specializing in fashion accessories. In early 2009, with her passion, talent and eye for irresistibly chic and stylish designs, Liz set out on her own. She founded her fashion PR firm, Mariposa Communications, to provide unparalleled services to a selection of designers, whether established or on the rise. Liz currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband, 2 daughters and their dog Mackie.