Friday, July 6, 2012

#Madonna Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2009 Line


In 2009, Madonna teamed up with Marc Jacobs and long time photography collaborator Steven Meisel at Figaro Bistrot in Los Angeles, California for the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2009 line.  

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  1. The best and most beautiful vuitton advert. ever

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  2. Still dying to know the background music from that youtube

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  3. Just pure beauty. Madonna, not necessarily the garments!

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  4. I didn't mind the gren at all. the hair and makeup is amongst my fave too.

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  5. Love this look! Classic M!

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  6. Hello, I'm doing a research project about Lady Gaga, Madonna and Michael Jackson. Would you help me writing comments about your favorite performances of them on TV? Thank you very much.

    thethroneofpopmusic.blogspot.com

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    1. Why in the WORLD would you even THINK of including Lady Gaga alongside two artists who have been around for 30 years?

      Lady Gaga has not impacted anything culturally yet. She has been around close to 4 years and has 2 albums lol.

      Please remove her from the poll and include maybe Prince? Genuine artists who have been around long enough to establish themselves.

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    2. just take the poll... and ram it up your aaaass :P

      oh and that's three albums, darling.

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    3. Don't listen to the barking chihuahua named Tony.. sounds like an interesting poll. Some people are trapped in the 80s. It's fascinating watching this Pscyhopath try and control this blog with grade school bullying and name-calling. He needs meds!

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    4. Sorry, but I have to agree that Lady Gaga has not been relevant long enough to be considered for the throne of anything. Give it some time and see if she lasts. If so, then she is worthy of the company. I still say polls are bullshit.

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    5. Exactly, Trey.

      And Lady Goober has TWO albums: The Fame and Born This Way. The Fame Monster was EP. Anyone with half a brain knows this.

      Still lol'ing@slide jejeje :)

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    6. she considers The Fame Monster a seperate album, even if it was marketed as one at the time (to side-step the dreaded 'follow-up album' expectations). I think she mentioned it during a BET interview or something.

      an EP is generally more thank 25 mins of
      music, though this can depend on where you reside, and The Fame Monster comes in at 35. so no, you don't know everything :)

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    7. Of course I do! :)

      Originally it was going to be marketed as an EP, but with the success she had, they decided to sell it as a new album, even though the title contained the previous albums entire title with 'Monster' being added. they did this to milk fans like you who buy into her fake anti-bullying crap and think she is actually something fresh, new or remotely interesting.

      Sadly, she hasn't released anything nearly as good as Bad Romance. One trick pony. Thanks, RedOne!

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