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Saturday, 05 January 2013

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HCB

love it.

ngl

I thought the 80's retro thing was on the way out, and 90's retro was on the way back in!! I've noticed some new EDM/ pop music with a 90's throwback. I'm surprised that fashion icon JPG new campain would have an outdated theme! Madonna has been referencing her 80's self since 08, but even she moved onto 90's references in 2012! I'm confused people, should I be wearing 80's acid wash jeans or baggy 90's distressed jeans, or should I really go for it & wear JPG (70's?)David Bowie black tights & gladiator boots!!!

anoir

My musical icons represented all one picture. Love love love Grace Jones, David Bowie, Boy George, & Madonna....

Kelly

And I see Grace and David, and Boy and MADONNA!

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