Chicago-area monsters, rejoice: Lady Gaga's first signature fragrance, FAME, went on sale at Macy's on State Street Thursday, a week before its nationwide release Aug. 22, according to Red Eye Chicago.
The fragrance, developed by Paris-based Haus Laboratories, is described as a spicy floral, with notes of apricot, honey, jasmine and belladonna, according to the Macy's website, a noted improvement to the star's original promise that wearers would smell "like an expensive hooker." A 3.4 oz bottle will set you back $79.
The singer has been touting the fragrance as the "First Ever Black Eau de Parfum," and promoting it with a series of steamy print ads and videos.
Gaga has been showing a lot of love to Chicago lately, gracing the city with her presence on numerous recent occasions likely due to her beau Taylor Kinney's stint in town filming NBC's "Chicago Fire."
Photo by STEVEN KLEIN. The First Ever Black Eau de Parfum. Model: Lady Gaga. littlemonsters.com/image/50048a31…
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) July 16, 2012
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