I must apologize for my sparse postings, but I have been very busy getting ready for Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week, booking shows and organizing production have left me a bit behind on my blog duties. I am ready for my exciting week, so join me for live tweet casting, street style, and interviews behind the scene during Fashion Week.
Thinking about up-coming trends, 70’s comes to mind. Spring was all about retro 70’s vibe, but a bit too literal. I took a look at some classic Jackie O shots from the 70’s, for style inspiration, I can’t wait to wear my Jackie inspired look. Style.com had great pre-fall preview collections for 2012, Alice+Olivia was one great example with sleek lady-like retro clothes.
The 70’s trend seems to be here to stay and it looks like designers raided Rachel Zoe’s closet, we all know she is the 70’s Boho queen.
Hate her, love her, you will know her name, Madonna. Tonight, Madonna will cast controversy at the Super Bowl, not for what she will do or sing, but simply by her presence. Why does she always cause so much chatter? Adopting a child, music videos, and kissing girls, Madonna is always on pop culture edge. Pop stars come and go like newspaper headlines, today hot, tomorrow not. However, she is always moving forward, while other major names drift to obscurity, Madonna is still building an empire. Most people want to dismiss Madonna because of what is printed and written about her every move, but after tonight’s game I hope there is one thing to say—amazing.
Pop stars half her age are doing anything to drum up publicity and sales, Madonna is still marching forward. The diva set—Mariah and Whitney—are trying to stay relevant, but Madonna is still selling out stadiums.
In 2008, Madonna graced Vancouver, Canada with a concert, and I was fortunate to finagle a ticket. She shut our city down, almost 2 hours late, no one minded waiting for her to grace the stage. I am not celebrity obsessed and I don’t go to concerts, so I really had no idea what to expect, I knew I had to go because she had never been to Vancouver, and she is Madonna.
She kicked my ass; fifty and I could keep dancing with her all night. I had to sit down. People tonight will see her energy and passion for performance and music, and I hope her critics take notice. For over twenty-five years, Madonna has kept current. This is something that is worth applauding because in an industry were women are always pushed out at a particular age, she is still kicking.
I am not a football fan, so I don’t even know who is playing, but I will be watching. Go Madonna!!!