Lady Gaga sat down with Robin Roberts to preview both her Gaga's Workshop at Barneys and her 'Marry the Night' video last night (Nov. 22) on 'Nightline.'

She toured the Workshop, which looks like a modern wonderland, with Roberts, pointing out that she wanted some things that are affordable and others that are more special and come with a bit of a steeper price tag. There's something for everyone at the Workshop.

Need new shades? You can snatch a pair there. Bored of that red velvet stocking needing to be stuffed? Then nab a shiny, black stiletto-shaped Christmas stocking at Gaga's Workshop. There is even a whole "press on nails section," as Gaga points out. There's also a three-pack of monster-like toys for the littlest of the monsters. Gifting the Gaga fan in your life will be fun this Christmas.

Gaga, with flowing white locks, was dressed in a full, white dress that reminded us of something out of a fairy tale part of a princess. She held a teacup and revealed that her upcoming Thanksgiving special and her 'Marry the Night' video are her first two solo directing projects, alluding to her recent parting of ways with former creative director Laurieann Gibson. Seeing Gaga beam over the fact that she has self-directed, coupled with her alpha nature, makes the split with Gibson seem all the more understandable. A force like Gaga doesn't need creative direction from anyone but herself.

Gaga shared a look at the shrouded-in-mystery 'Marry the Night' video. She is singing, with a tiara perched atop a big beehive bun. She wears a black dress, long black gloves and shoulder dusting earrings. She looks like the belle of the Monster Ball.

Still no word on when and where the full-length will premiere.