Get ready to have yourself a very Gaga Christmas.
The pop star is teaming with Barneys for an elaborate holiday campaign called Gaga's Workshop, Women's Wear Daily reports.
The luxury retailer will clear out an entire floor of its Madison Avenue men's store to create Gaga's version of Santa's workshop, complete with limited edition trinkets, Gaga-curated books and music and rock candy jewelry all developed by Gaga and go-to designer, Nicola Formachetti.
Artists Eli Sudbrack and Christophe Hamaide Pierson of Assume Vivid Astro Focus will also contribute to the space.
Starting by mid-November the entire store will be entirely Gaga-fied, Barneys writes on its "The Window" blog. The Madison Avenue windows, always a main holiday attraction, will be dedicated to Gaga's Workshop, although no word yet on whether there will be "little monster" elves arranging all the merch.
Some may consider Lady Gaga, with her revealing outfits and phallic footwear, less than family-friendly for the hoards of tourists who file through Barneys each winter. But Barneys CEO Mark Lee told WWD that the musician is perfect for the festive time of year. “Holiday is about joy, sharing and inclusiveness, and to me, Gaga really represents all of that," Lee said.