"Fame" was second only to "Coco Chanel" as the biggest selling fragrance in less time
It's not just the music industry that Lady Gaga makes an impact. His first fragrance became the most sold in less time in history, second only to the scent of renowned designer Coco Chanel.
"Fame," whose first perfume liquid has the color black, sold in just one week, six million units. The singer revealed on his Twitter the mark achieved.
"The reaction on 'FAME' was overwhelming. 6 million bottles a week, becoming the second fastest selling fragrance after Coco Chanel" tweeted.
For the launch of the perfume, the singer held a party in fancy well Guggenheim in New York, which featured appearances from distinguished as the designer Marc Jacobs and John Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono. Lady Gaga stayed the whole time inside a giant replica of the bottle and even got a tattoo live on the back of the head, amid the guests.
During the event, was also presented the business for more than five minutes created by Steve Klein and Ridley Scott.
Watch the commercial below from "Fame":