Category: For Inspiration
After visiting Canada, the U.S., Spain, The Netherlands, Sweden, England and Australia The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition finally arrives where it all started! De la Rue aux Etoiles will open at the Grand Palais in Paris on April 1st and will be running until August 3rd, 2015. Read More
Anderson Mahanski from Rio de Janeiro -“2D animator and illustrator, not necessarily in this same order”, as he describes himself – is the talented artist behind the beautiful Living For Love inspired drawing you’ve seen on the Queen of Pop’s Instagram a few hours before the Grammy Awards last Sunday.
MadonnaTribe got in touch with Anderson and asked him to talk about the story behind his beautiful artwork, and what being aknowledged by Madonna herself means for him, as an artist and as a fan. Read More
Head over to the fabulous Madonna Art Vision fansite for their exclusive interview with jewelry designer Lynn Ban, who has been contibuting to the Queen of Pop’s iconic looks for photoshoots you’ve seen on Harper’s Bazaar, l’Uomo Vogue, V and Mojo magazine, video productions such as Secret Project Revolution and Living For Love, and events like the Super Bowl half time show and the 2015 Grammys. Read More
Madonna was one of the public figures mentioned in one of the strips of Charlie Hebdo‘s latest issue – the first to be published after the terrorist attack to the offices of the satirical French magazine where 12 people lost their lives last week.
One of the features of today’s issue – an instant sell out around the world – was called “Premiere Bilan Des Jours D’Après” and was made of a double column with the + and the – that happened in the days that followed the attack – drawn in Charlie’s very own style. Read More
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk went down under for its 10th stop since its opening at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2011, and Jane Rocca at The Weekly Review visited the exhibition with the designer himself as a very special guide.
In front of the first corset dress he designed in the early ’80s on display in the “boudoir” section of the exhibition’s themed rooms – a piece that made way for his cone-bra concept, here comes Madonna in the discussion. Read More
Watch this video of an amazing Tori Amos performing a haunting cover of Madonna’s “Frozen” during her Unrepentant Geraldines Tour show in Amsterdam last night.