What it was like to work with gaga at ’60s Fashion Mecca

When gaga was still a teenager, her family’s fashion business was struggling.

The family was in financial trouble, and she was living in the house where her father worked, and her mother was working in the factory.

But she loved fashion, and wanted to be a part of it.

“It’s something I love,” she said.

“When I was a little girl, I had the look of a girl.”

Her mother, who was a fashion designer, saw something in her and invited her to join the family business, where she worked as a seamstress.

When she turned 18, she moved to Los Angeles to start a fashion label, and now she is a staple at the fashion capitals of L.A. and New York.

She has a line of clothes, from dresses to skirts and shoes, and is also a fixture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Her style is quirky and unique, but she said she loves it, too.

“My style is so much fun and creative,” she told ESPN Cri.

“I love the little details that people are trying to make into things.”

She said she has learned a lot from the women in the industry, and that’s one of her biggest passions.

She said that she also enjoys seeing the “little nuances” in people.

“And I like to have a little bit of fun with that,” she continued.

We’re just trying to get the best out of people.”