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Fashionable Songs

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I normally don’t respond to emails where I’m tagged to reveal tidbits about myself.  However, there was a comment on my blog today telling me that I was tagged by Rebekah at Stylist Stuff.  Since I like her blog, I’ll play along — this time!

Rebekah was asked to name her seven spring songs.  Because spring is over, she decided to name her seven summer songs.  And because she exercised a little creative license, I’ve decided to do the same and name seven fashionable songs.

Off the top of my head, here’s a list of songs that make me think about fashionable things, like supermodels and fashion designers.  If there are any more fashionable songs that I’ve forgotten, let me know.  You can post them in the comments section.  Tag — you’re it.

Deep in Vogue — Malcolm McLaren: “In my black tights, just throwing shade…”

Madame Butterfly — Malcolm McLaren: Nothing to do with fashion, but the whole video looks like one seriously fabulous photo shoot in W.

He’s the Greatest Dancer — Sister Sledge:  “Halston, Gucci, Fiorucci…”

Freedom ’90 — George Michael: Five of the most gorgeous models in the world in one video.  I can’t think of the song without the video playing over and over in my head.

Too Funky — George Michael: Five of the most gorgeous models in the world in one video, and this time they’re wearing Theirry Mugler.

Got ‘Til It’s Gone — Janet Jackson: The best styling EVER in a music video.  It makes me forgive every single fashion crime Janet Jackson and her entire family have committed.

Express Yourself — Madonna: One word: Gaultier.

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June 29, 2008 at 7:36 pm

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  1. Thanks so much!
    I love “Got ‘Til It’s Gone” – hard to believe this video is over 10 years old!
    rebekah x

    Stylist Stuff

    July 1, 2008 at 6:35 am


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