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Thursday, 29 November 2012


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I absolutely LOVE all of Madonna's stage costumes from the 'Blond Ambition Tour 90', Gaultier was at his creative peak (twin peaks!) & so was Madonna!! It's a shame that in Madonna's two recent concert tours she has chosen primarily black outfits- she can rock any colour & that's exactly what she did with her outfits from the 'Blond Ambition Tour', a technicolour dream! I do feel a little sorry for Mary Lambert/ Marlene Stewart because they were really the people that first got Madonna into wearing pointy bras (there debut was in the 'Open Your Heart' 87 video, & Madonna carried this exact look into the opening section of her 'Who's That Girl Tour 87')yet not much was said about the look at that time, whereas in 1990 Gaultier got enormous & entire credit for the whole conical bra look.


OMG! 15K, who is that lucky one?


blond ambition was my favorite madonna tour ever!

...whatever happened to the pink satin conical bustier she wore in the opening sequence? is that in the museum of rock n roll?

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