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Black and White as a Neutral ?

February 8, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Madonna was the performer for the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show (Sorry Patriots, LOL) , it was a great surprise to see how well she pulled it off! She had a great opening and bringing in Cee-Lo Green, Sky Blu, Red Foo, MIA and Nicki Minaj was the surprise for me. Yes I know there is controversy based on what MIA did but things happen.

Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show

Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show

Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show

Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show

I really like how the black, white and color were used for this performance. It was themed for each section and song. It was Egyptian/ Greco-Roman, Futuristic, Modern, Preppy/Sporty, and all around FUN! The unifying colors for the show  were black, white, red and a metallic. I was so simple but made a great impact and beside the great costumes the stage was amazing – I was really impressed with her first song “Vogue” and magazine covers faded in and out. So simple but nicely done, and it brought a vintage feel. This performance really kept me looking for more and it was one surprise after another. Black and white did make a statement but the colors and the different uses helped make the performance pop. When each artist came in for their segment we would notice the difference with the artist, song and change of costume. I think with the black and white being base we noticed the difference styling for each mini performace. It was not to blad and one tone. And I think this was also a great way to transition to her new single and promote it,Give Me All Your Luvin’ (Feat. M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj)  . Not too straight forward with it being the fist song of the night.

Also congratulations to Rami (From Project Runway and Project runway AllStars)- for his deigns that were feature in the Superbowl Half time Show!!! He had designed the goddess outfits – they are in the front line up all in white.

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