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August 19, 2011  | by: Roselyn Sebastian

Lady Gaga and Baby Gaga

Natali Germanotta aka Lady Gaga’s little sister, or Baby Gaga, is showing that like big sis she also has a hunger for fashion. Germanotta is currently a fashion student at the Parsons New School for Design and was also Lady Gaga’s date to the CFDA awards where her elder sister received a Fashion Icon award. Check out Baby Gaga’s cameo in the video for Telephone below.

While still in high school the younger Gaga interned for designer Allison Parris, helping with the fall shows. Parris had nothing but praise for the young would-be designer in a WWD article:

Natali has an edgier sense of style like her sister. Initially when she went to the Grammys a few years ago, she wore one of our little lace trapeze dresses, but she styled it up with leather and hardware. She is so nice and so easy to work with. She is such a great girl.

Being stylish and bold must run in their family because the 19-year-old is set to design the costumes for the new off-Broadway play Simon Says. Baby Gaga’s career is already on the fast track and she can’t even legally drink yet.

Like her big sister, Natali is well loved by the fashion industry and I’m sure that in a few years we’ll all be coveting pieces from Natali’s own line of clothing. How scary, studded leather, and made of meat and or muppets that collection will be is anyone’s guess.

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