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After seeing Madonna in concert for the first time this October, my twenty-some year obessession with the pop legend blazed anew. My boyfriend is getting a little fed-up of the Hardy Candy album rotation in our itunes playlist, and while driving home to Pittsburgh for Thanksgiving, I made sure that we had no less than three Madonna cds in the car ready to slide in and keep me bopping to the beat all the way down the PA turnpike. Back to the point — several photos just surfaced from the advertising campaign for Louis Vuitton, starring none other than Madge! Due to appear in fashion magazines this February, the ads, shot by Steven Meisel, has a definite French-bistro theme (although shot in L.A., of course). All I have to say is — love it!

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The music at fashion week shows not only sets the tone for the collection, but almost equally as important is that it can get the sleep-deprived editors/buyers/stylists tapping their stiletto-ed heels to the beat, creating a fond, memorable experience for a show that otherwise can blur in with the other 60+ collections seen in a week! We’ve pulled together some of our favorite songs, artists, and live pefromances during the S/S 2009 collections:

  • Cowboy Junkies (Live Performance)– Ports 1961
  • Seu George (Live Performance) — Carlos Miele
  • Edith Piaf — Louis Vuitton
  • Madonna (Borderline) — Balmain
  • Hooverphonic –  Rock & Republc
  • Ladyhawke — Chanel
  • Annie — Jeremy Scott

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John Galliano’s collection this season consisted mainly of tight bodice tops, and tiered and frilly skirts. The charmingly eccentric designer paid homage to the style of the 1980’s with crimped hair, leggings, and sheer skirts revealing leotards underneath. However, it was the arrival of orange, yellow, lime-green, and hot pink frocks that immediately cued the ‘Electric Slide’ to start playing in our heads, and lit up the runway almost as bright as the City of Lights itself! We were enthralled by a black gown that looked like it was made for Madonna, early in her career. The sheer-skirted dress was also embellished with a burst of sparkles to add a little extra oomph to the evening.

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