Lady Gaga is coming for her Little Monsters’ underwear drawers.
The 34-year-old pop icon, whose new album “Chromatica” is out on Could 29, has launched a brand new line of merchandise tied to the music — together with scorching pink jockstraps ($30) and thongs ($20).
Each skimpy types are screen-printed with the title of Gaga’s upcoming LP and come packaged with a digital model of the album. They’ll ship in 4 to 5 weeks — simply in time for followers’ quarantine dance events, to not point out Pleasure month.
For these feeling much less adventurous, “Chromatica”-branded T-shirts ($35), sweatpants ($75), socks ($25) and bandanas ($15) — the latter of which followers can trend into face masks in the event that they so select — are additionally out there from the star’s on-line merch retailer.
Gaga’s fifth studio album was initially scheduled for an April 10 launch, however was postponed because of the coronavirus disaster.