Sunday, April 25, 2010

Shirley Manson the Rebellious Woman

Oliver Peoples' 2010 Campaign film called "Les enfants sennuient le dimanche" which means "The children are bored on Sundays)" is directed by Autumn De Wilde, featuring Elijah Wood and Shirley Manson the rebellious and cool frontwoman of Garbage. Zee Avi's "Just You and Me" is the soundtrack song.

Also this supervixen woman is photographed by Tung Walsh for Elle UK 2010 April issue and the result is ofcourse supercool photos fashioned by Sasa Thomann. This is an interview done by Jenny Dickinson dressed in "Todd Lynn", also a close friend of Manson. They have been mailing for weeks but this is the first time she had the chance to try the designs on and do we have to admit that they look perfect?

In the photograph above, she is wearing a linen and metal jacket, cotton-jersey top and linen trousers all by Todd Lynn. Shoes are by Christian Louboutin for Todd Lynn.
In the photograph above, she is wearing a leather jacket, cotton-jersey top and linen trousers all by Todd Lynn.
Todd Lynn on Shirley; "I'm a fan of Shirley as a musician, obviously, but also as a person -- she's cool in a seemingly effortless way. She embodies the essence of what my clothes are about -- there's a rebellious, rough side to her that seems to come across as confidence. I've been fortunate enough to work with many of the iconic women that I have in mind when I design; Courtney Love, Pj Harvey and now Shirley."

And for those who doesn't know anything about Shirley Manson; She is actually a musician from Scotland and has a very sexy way of accent in speaking English. She is the lead singer of the grunge band Garbage, but her musical career started in the early 1980s, performing back vocals and keyboards for a Scottish band called Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie before being signed in as a solo artist in a band Angelfish before becoming famous with Garbage.

And in 2008 was cast in her first professional acting role on the second and final season of Terminator as The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

We used to say "Go Girl" in a Shirley way but now we have to say "Go Woman" you're a rebellious one!

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