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Lady Gaga steps out in perfume heels

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Lady Gaga has unveiled her risqué ad campaign for her new perfume.
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Lady Gaga has stepped out in a pair of heels inspired by her perfume bottle.

The eccentric pop star introduced her new scent, Fame, earlier this month.

Now it seems Gaga is so smitten by the fragrance, she's even sporting accessories that resemble it.

"The superstar stepped out in Paris on Sunday wearing a pair of black shoes with heels modelled after the bottle (below) that holds her new perfume, Fame," writes People magazine.

The platform shoes feature four gold prongs, which look just like the lid of the Fame fragrance.

Her choice of footwear was fitting for the occasion, as Gaga was in Paris to promote the new product.

The 26-year-old stunned at the perfume's launch in New York, as she had an image of a cherub tattooed onto the back of her newly shaved head.

The revolutionary Fame is the first ever black scent, and turns colourless once airborne.

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