|Marina on her first American tour -|
we loved her use of Beyoncé's diva hair fan
|Marina at a Dolce & Gabbana party|
celebrating Naomi Campbell's
25 years in the fashion industry
Your twitter has become a way for you to network with your famous friends in London and Los Angeles, as opposed to a tool through which to communicate with your fans (as it used to be). It seems as though you are more enamored with the POP star lifestyle and your glitzy pals than with your true Diamonds, who aren’t chauffeured in Mercedes and don’t get free clothes from Vivienne Westwood. You’ve always said that your stage name, Marina & the Diamonds, represented a community - yet, as you’ve shot up the POP star ladder, you’ve forgotten about those who helped get you there. You live a glamorous life, and that’s fantastic! We've always hoped for your success! But why don’t you allow the fans who helped bring it to you participate along with you? You began as a woman who detested the elitism of the music and fashion industries, yet now, you’re enabling and enforcing the hierarchy by partaking in it. Why don’t you act more democratically by sharing the trappings with your fans?
|Marina (on the far right) at London fashion week|
|Marina looking luminous in|
one of our favorite Max Factor ads
As we feel the gap between Marina and her Diamonds growing... all we want to say is this: "Please don’t forget about us, Marina."