By Lanford Beard
Updated November 22, 2011 at 11:07 PM EST

Gaga’s Workshop at Barneys New York opened at midnight last night, and the store was still buzzing this afternoon as fans from all walks of life — teens with their parents, businessmen in three-piece suits, and even a few sexagenarians — checked out Lady Gaga’s latest enterprise, a Christmas display in the iconic store’s Upper East Side flagship.

From the minute you walk in the door, the workshop is an assault of candy-colored craziness from floor to ceiling.

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It may be a bit Tim-Burton-shrouded-in-cotton-candy chic, but every inch of the 5,500-square-foot space is pure Gaga, from the wig-shaped boudoir to colorful snake statues that double as clothing racks. “We wanted it all to be whimsical and fun, with a sense of art and fashion,” said Gaga, who designed the shop with stylist Nicola Formichetti.

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There’s something for everyone at Gaga’s Workshop. Does your toddler need a studded leather jacket? Perhaps you fancy a candy ring with which you could impale someone in a pinch? Gaga’s got you covered. Do you have a sweet tooth, but also a passion for Alexander McQueen shoes? Pick up a 30-ounce chocolate shoe for just $95.

Gaga goes “vroom” on top of a snowglobe featuring the iconic store.

A Little Monster doll comes outfitted with a unicorn horn and shows off one of Gaga’s 2010 looks, the Coke can-rolled hair from her “Telephone” video with Beyoncé.

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The shop also sells stuffed animals, books Gaga read in her childhood, and an exclusive jewelry line, a collaboration with Erickson Beamon, which donates 25 percent of all sales to Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. Not everything is for purchase, including a showcase of Gaga’s signature looks like her gravity defying footwear, Mickey Mouse-shaped sunglasses, and spike bedecked accessories.

Gaga’s Workshop is open through Jan. 2, 2012.

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