From her debut collection, the Fashion Man, to the final collection, Gaga will forever be remembered for her iconic looks, and her iconic style.

But how did she make the transition from a fashion icon to a fashion legend?

And what did she think of the modern fashion world when she left it behind?

We spoke to Gaga about the fashion and fashion culture that came after her.

First, how did you get started in fashion?

I had been wearing dresses and skirts for many years.

I wore my own clothes, and then I got my first dress at the age of eight or nine.

That was when I really understood fashion.

I was born in 1918, and the fashion was so different to the way I remembered it.

Fashion is a very specific form of art, and there’s no comparison with painting.

You can’t compare it to other arts because you can’t paint.

I remember that I had to work very hard to find the perfect gown, and my parents weren’t very comfortable with that.

It was like my mother told me to wear a dress, because I could not do what I wanted.

It took me three years to find a dress that I loved, and when I finally did, I was very proud of myself.

It is not only the clothes, but the design, too.

It takes time to make a piece of clothing that is beautiful.

Fashion was very new to me, and it took me some time to understand what it meant, and to feel it.

I thought it was a form of fashion that people should buy, but it wasn’t really what I had in mind.

What was the inspiration behind Fashion Man?

I really had a great time in that collection.

It’s not just a fashion collection, it’s also a collection of fashion.

It wasn’t just a collection that I liked, but a collection I thought people should be able to own.

The collection also gave me a lot of confidence.

What would you say was the biggest difference between your Fashion Man and other collections?

The biggest difference was the style of the collection.

When I started Fashion Man in 1920, there was a whole movement called the Fashion Movement.

People wanted to dress as well as they could.

When you wear clothes and you have confidence in your appearance, it is something that people want to wear.

I’m not a fashion designer.

I just think of it as an expression of my confidence and my confidence in my looks.

What do you think the legacy of Fashion Man is for the fashion industry today?

Fashion is going through a lot right now.

There’s a lot more competition.

Fashion in the US has been changing a lot over the last five years, but there’s still a big emphasis on the couture.

The main fashion trend in the world today is not for couture anymore.

The big trend right now is for men’s and women’s clothes.

When the trend in fashion started to shift to men’s, I think people really started to appreciate men’s clothes, too, because the men’s fashion is very masculine and very feminine.

Fashion has become more feminine over the years, and I think that’s a big difference.

I think what is important now is that fashion is more about personality, more about the person.

When a person looks great, and they look comfortable, then people want that.

And that’s what we see today.

How did you feel about the way the Fashion movement was treated in the early years of fashion?

The Fashion Movement is very interesting.

In 1920, it was very dangerous to be a fashion critic.

The first person to write a critique was probably a man.

And at that time, the fashion press was very important.

There was a lot about fashion being a kind of dangerous game.

In terms of criticism, it wasn.

People didn’t really think it was serious, and therefore it didn’t hurt them too much.

But the fashion scene was very different then.

You had the fashion editors, and people would actually do your reviews.

There were also photographers who were photographers, and were really important.

When that was happening, it felt very different from what we are in the 21st century, where we are all connected.

The fashion press also had a big influence on the fashion designers.

People were doing really crazy things, and so it became quite a circus.

How would you describe the way in which the fashion world was treated then?

The fashion scene in 1920 was very, very dangerous.

It could be a circus at times.

The press was doing its job, and everyone was happy with the fashion, but at the same time, people were not allowed to do anything that wasn’t fashionable.

I had a very difficult time in 1920 because people were afraid of me.

I didn’t have a lot to say.

I felt that they were trying to take over the country.

The only thing I could say was that I was proud