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According to WWD, Gaga and Formichetti worked closely with the retailer to create gift items including candies, toys, apparel, accessories, candles and cosmetics. Some examples: "jewelry made entirely of rock candy; lipsticks in special Gaga red or pink hues; lip-shaped, hand-painted dark chocolate, and a Rubik’s Cube."
The windows will also be dedicated to this theme and illustrations like the ones seen here, created by Subrack, will also be featured on shopping bags and packaging. If you can't make it to Madison Avenue, a selection of the special merchandise will also be available on a Barneys "microsite" and other Barneys stores.
If you are in New York, Gaga's Workshop will be open for business from mid-November through January 2 and during that time, 25% of proceeds will be donated to a charity of Gaga's choice. The extent of Gaga's involvement in the project is unclear, but she is planning to make an appearance at the Workshop's unveiling and might even perform. Lee told WWD, “She will be so blown away when she sees the final workshop that you never know, she may sing and dance a little in there." Maybe she'll even hold court as Santa--if only her two foot heels can withstand the weight of children on her knee.