The queen of haute-couture rebellion, Lady Gaga, has reentered the pop music scene with possibly her most personal album yet: Joanne. The Lady Gaga we are used to seeing in the public eye is larger-than-life, over-the-top, and supremely focused on spectacle. We see a departure from this classic strategy with Joanne, instead replaced with intimate songs about family, religion, and relationships.
There is little in this world that brings me greater joy than finding a great bargain: the rush of rummaging through the racks and bins until finally coming out with a perfect item of clothing. As you wistfully wander through the store, you can almost hear the clothing calling to you, waiting in anticipation to be tried on and shone off for the world to see. It is a magical feeling.