By ALANAH ERIKSEN
Inspired: Lady Gaga wears a dress featuring pictures of her fans on it as part of her new video for the MAC Viva Glam campaign, which sees all profits from the range going towards aids awareness
She's always talking about how she'd be nowhere without her Little Monsters.
And Lady Gaga has found a way to wear her heart - or her fans - on her sleeve, quite literally.
The popstar has paid tribute to her followers in a dress featuring hundreds of their faces.
Role model: Gaga has been the face of the campaign for two years, following in the footsteps of Elton John Cyndi Lauper and Mary J. Blige
Dubbed The Masterpiece, the skimpy leotard and flowing train was created after thousands of fans sent in pictures of themselves to the star as part of her new video for the MAC Viva Glam campaign.
The project sees all profits from the lipstick range going towards aids awareness.
Your turn! The dress was designed by Gaga's fashion director, Nicola Formichetti, who the star is seen putting makeup on in an interview about the campaign
It was created by Gaga's resident stylist Nicola Formichetti, who is also the creative director for French designer Thierry Mugle.
He hand-picked the images which he printed on fabric the same colour as Gaga's new lipstick for the brand.
The fabric has also been wrapped around foot-tall platform heels.
Like my shoes? Gaga still wearing the face-covered heels as she and Nicola join MAC executives to promote the campaign
In the new video in which she reveals the dress, several fans faces flash up on screen before Gaga is seen against a black backdrop swaying in her dress, with wind swirling it around her.
Her blonde hair is teased into a massive beehive bullet at the back of her hea.
In another promo video, Gaga lounges on a sofa with Nicola, playfully applying her lipstick to his smackers.
Big build up: The advertisement features several pictures sent in by fans before The Masterpiece is unveiled by Gaga
Gaga has helped raise $55million for the the MAC Aids Fund since joining in 2009 and hopes to reach its lifetime goat of $250million.
It has raised $225million to date.
She follows in the footsteps of Elton John, Cyndi Lauper and Mary J. Blige who have been spokespeople for the campaign.
Ricki Martin and Nicki Minaj will also join the project in February.
Big heart: Since becoming the face of Viva Glam in 2009, Gaga has helped raise $55million for the MAC AIDS Fund and hopes to meet $250million