Lady Gaga Perfume to Smell Like Lower East Side?

Posted on: September 17th, 2010 at 9:12 am by

Earlier this week, we commented on the new neighborhood-specific perfume by Bond No. 9 tailored for Cooper Square. Never to be outdone, Lady Gaga has also announced her intentions to jump into the scent scene, as it were.

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Indeed, MTV is reporting that Lady Gaga just recently signed a deal with Cody Inc., the fragrance house responsible for perfumes by Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, and J-Lo. The Buzzworthy blog has a listicle of “5 things you need to know about Lady Gaga’s new perfume.”  Here is number three:

3. Lady Gaga’s Perfume Will Likely Have A New York Feeling To It
The Big Apple is where Gaga’s from and from where she draws a lot of inspiration. So it stands to reason that Gaga’s perfume would have a New York element to it. Let’s just [hope] that element isn’t the Lower East Side. In August. Before the trash gets picked up.

Amen to that! Luckily for them, though, the stench near her old apartment at 176 Stanton Street isn’t too pungent. Even in the doggiest days of summer.

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[Lady Gaga Photo Credit: NY Daily News]

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