Lady Gaga's Fame Is The First-Ever 'Black' Perfume
Justine Ingersoll Schwartz
July 17, 2012
Okay, so Lady Gaga‘s much-anticipated perfume won’t smell like blood and semen, but, in true Gaga fashion, there is something else shocking about it. “Fame” touts itself as the “first ever black eau de parfume,” in ads just released on the pop star’s fan site. We’re assuming she means that the “Black Liquid” is the first of its kind to have a black appearance in the bottle (it actually goes on clear), since Tom Ford’s Black Orchid, Kenneth Cole Black, Marc Jacobs Daisy Black, etc., already exist.
Lady Gaga ‘Fame’ perfume, which hits in September.