Friday, December 18, 2009

trading up

ok, i know i might lose some readers for saying this but: i really don't like madonna. homegirl is done in my humble opinion, and she should call it a day and retire. if she was smarter and less self-obsessed, maybe she should have quit while she was ahead about 10 years ago. i mean, enough already! we get it; your fit and old. good for you! sorry if i don't like my pop stars to belong to aarp.
i recently expressed my relief when i found out lara stone was replacing madonnz for the LV campaign, and was duly worried when i found out she was the new face of dolce and gabanna. but it turns out, it's not that bad! in fact, gasp! i kind of like it. the thought of lady madge doing dishes and eating spaghetti is kindof hilarious, and, i dunno, the concept and setting and styling just seem to work this time around. i suppose it also helps that she isn't photoshopped into psychedelic oblivion in this campaign.

so much better than:

all pics via


  1. great write-up! i enjoyed reading it. i think you're right about madonna. it's about time for a regeneration. she should take a rest! ;)

    i love those D&G campaigns better than LV ones too. madonna looks unbelievably cute and sexy.!

  2. news on

    It sleeting in France, come to see that :)

  3. I don't have strong opinions on Madonna. I agree about the photoshopping though. I think it's great for women of all ages to be in entertainment, advertisements and whatever, --just as long as they're not trying to make us believe that somehow the aging process stopped at age 30.