Ah, This is Spinal Tap. This movie I hold dear to my heart and "fat bottom" , as I saw it during those crucial teenage years when your humor and style are being shaped. So, for that, this film is forever on a pedestal. Yet, there's a lot of fashionable inspiration to be taken from this movie, especially from the hilariously terrible Yoko Ono of the movie: Jeanine. Unfortunately, I couldn't get many great shots. All were taken while the film was rolling, but you get the picture. You see her messy Rod-Stewart hair, colorful makeup, cowboy-indian flair mixed with tight nylon pants, excessive amounts of jewelry.
Feathers. One piece jumpers. Can you ask for anything more?
In addition to Jeannie, I must mention Nigel and David who wore ironic Tshirts and Sweatesrs way before The Flight of the Concords or Urban Outfitters got ahold of 'em.
The title of this blog originates from Joni Mitchell's "People's Parties": "They've got stamps of many countries/ They've got passport smiles." In sum, this blog is dedicated to musings on Travel, culture, art and fashion. Take off your coat. Make a cup of tea. Stay for a while.