Proud of her
I couldn’t be more proud of her. She is a force to be reckoned with. Does she have Barbra Streisand’s voice? No. Can she dance like Martha Graham? Probably not. But the combination of her abilities has made her great, and left a huge legacy for her, and through her, for me. So yeah, God bless her.
Christopher Ciccone, talking to Nick Curtis from the London Evening Standard, interviewed about the launch of his new Ciccone Collection footwear range at London Fashion Week today.
Their relationship is, he says “on a perfectly personable level right now. As far as I’m concerned, we’re good. We are in contact with each other, although I haven’t seen her for a long time. We’re back to being a brother and sister. I don’t work for her, and it’s better this way.”
Madonna, who is touring North America at the moment, did not attend the launch, but she was there in spirit as her latest hit song, “Girl Gone Wild,” played alongside other pop hits during the line presentation at London’s trendy Strand Gallery. The collection is designed for “anybody who likes to wear shoes, and where God made weather,” but Ciccone did have something picked out for Madonna – a pair of black leather cowboy-inspired boots with bold cutout details that he said “just say her name louder,” Piya Sinha-Roy comments on Reuters.
“We haven’t spoken specifically about the collection itself. We have a strictly brother-sister relationship right now,” Chris also said about Madonna. He added: “Obviously, I’m sure I’ll send her some shoes.”