“Artist” at Work

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, Bjork sings to us of the joys of the shower bath.

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16 Responses to ““Artist” at Work”




  1. la petite chou chou Says:

    Who would have thought it could get much worse than the swan….




  2. Jean Dahl Says:

    What a dingbat.




  3. Phyllis Says:

    Trust me – most Icelanders don’t dress like this!




  4. Barbara Says:

    I feel the embarrassment for her.




  5. Tungsten Monk Says:

    Oh god, the Muffin Man contracted a horrendous disease from the shower curtain and passed it on to his offspring. Eeek.




  6. memomachine Says:

    Hmmmm.

    Maybe she’s screaming because she’s finally listened to one of her songs?

    Excruciating in taste both in dress and music.




  7. nursemyra Says:

    ok I find it hard to defend the outfit but her music is still great




  8. cris Says:

    I find the hat made of padded bras oddly compelling.




  9. pbird Says:

    Its not, chris, its made of giant pompoms.




  10. Tracy Says:

    I like Bjork. She just does her thing and doesn’t give a care what anyone thinks of her.




  11. NDC Says:

    The bravery in the face of rationality is often the cause for the bemused praise and the head-shaking reluctant admiration. Toward that end, The Manolo and his friends and commentators are invited to view another of The Bjork’s current get-ups, I mean, costumes, apparently also introduced this weekend.

    http://gofugyourself.typepad.com/go_fug_yourself/well_played/index.html

    One may echo The Manolo’s periodic editorial cry of AYYYYYYYYY! with the genuine feeling in the presence of these truly unique clostume concoctions. Then again, one may be compelled to gaze in awe and muse that The Bjork wears what she wears with humor, her own sense of conviction, and likely more enjoyment than we more conventional types could ever imagine.

    Not that the NDC is about to trick herself out in like “fashion.” But, The Bjork, she’s got chutzpah to spare

    NDC




  12. karlofrommanila Says:

    I love Bjork! She may be fashionably inept but she’s a genius at her craft! Still, I love the Manolo. It would be fun to see the two of them discussing fashion, hehehe!




  13. me Says:

    That’s a whole lotta crazy all in one place.




  14. miter Says:

    Very good site. Thanks!!!




  15. Anonymous Says:

    cvpjh




  16. Anonymous Says:

    lfoq bwixhaf













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