Lady Gaga dropped the first print ad for her Fame fragrance and she is naked, covered only by a black latex mask over her eyes and dozens of little men crawling all over her. It's like David and Goliath, for perfumaniacs. It's quite the intentional wardrobe malfunction, isn't it?

The image is NSFW, since Gaga is as naked as the day she was born, save for those few strategically placed miniature dudes, who are clawing on and clinging to her skin. They look like spiders crawling all over her.

It's suggestive and subversive. Gaga did say that she wanted her first fragrance to smell like blood and semen. Well, this ad gets the blood flowing and is quite sexed up. It's also fit for all the high fashion mags, too, thanks to its artsy imaging.

In the image, shot by Steven Klein, Gaga's hand is behind her head. Her hair is slicked back and short and she has a Batman and Robin-like mask over her eyes. No shoes. Just Lilliputians as accessories.

Oh and she's holding a bottle of her love potion. The ad proclaims "The first ever black Eau de Parfum."

Leave it to Gaga to shake up the fragrance biz!

It's also worth noting that Gaga debuted this print ad on her newly-launched LittleMonsters.com social media site. It is no accident that Gaga used her community platform to share this crucial and critical part of her fragrance campaign. She wants both her site and her scent to succeed, so she has them working in tandem.

What do you think of this ad, little monsters?

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