Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Album Launches With Limited Edition Thongs, & Eyeshadows

Lady Gaga’s upcoming album Chromatica has gotten plenty of fanfare for its star-studded collaborations with K-Pop A-lister BLACKPINK, Ariana Grande and Elton John, with its release date (originally 10 April) rescheduled for 29 May 2020 following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lady Gaga’s Chromatica album cover.


The album merchandise following this sixth studio album by the world-renowned pop-star has likewise been getting quite the buzz online for featuring uncommon items of concert gear — thongs, jockstraps, and briefs.


Available in a limited selection of vibrant green and pink, they’re quite the collector’s item for Gaga’s Little Monsters and beyond (who doesn’t need new underwear every now and then?).

These provocative underwear have within hours of its reveal been the subject of fashion memes online, and in response, Gaga herself mentioned that it’s her way to pay tribute and recognition to her huge LGBTQ fanbase — just in time for the upcoming Pride/ Pink Dot month.

Top Row (left to right): SCARE ME T-SHIRT (USD 35), front and back.
middle row (left to right): STUPID LOVE T-SHIRT II (USD 31.50), CHROMATICA CREWNECK (USD 61.50), CHROMATICA SWEATPANTS I (USD 71.50).
bottom row (left to right): CHROMATICA SOCKS (USD 21.50), CHROMATICA HAT (USD 31.50), TRACKLIST SOCKS (USD 21.50).

Don’t miss out on snagging some of her other less revealing clothing merchandise as well, especially the Scare Me T-Shirt for its gorgeous slogan print on its back. Keep in mind that the Chromatica clothing merchandise will only be shipped in 4 or 5 weeks, so stay patient.

The Lady Gaga Chromatica Clothing merchandise featured are available now.



Haus Laboratories Stupid Love Eyeshadow palette (USD 48).

Lady Gaga has likewise released the cruelty-free Stupid Love Eyeshadow Palette by Haus Laboratories; the beauty brand founded by the singer, directly inspired by the released single of the same name from her upcoming album.

The 18-shade palette features a range of cool and warm tones with metallic lavender, black with multi-coloured sparkles, and matte pink, to be used together in looks that clash but make a show-stopping statement. Plan your Lady Gaga-approved looks accordingly with your eyeshadow purchase. For reference, you can also replay Stupid Love to be inspired.

The Haus Laboratories Stupid Love eyeshadow palette is available now.

The cover image featured is courtesy to Universal Music Group, Haus Laboratories, and Lady Gaga.