Lourdes Leon Blogs About Working In Madonna’s MDNA Tour Wardrobe Department!

Lourdes Leon and a pic she snapped backstage on the MDNA tour.
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We have to admit—Madonna’s MDNA tour wardrobe was one of the most talked about events of the summer. (I mean, Jean Paul Gaultier reconnected with the pop star to create another iconic corset and Jeremy Scott outfitted the backup dancers in super decked-out duds. Ridic!) Little did we know, though, that Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon would also be helping out in the wardrobe department! Yesterday, she posted an entry on her Material Girl blog (with the hilarious title “Lola’s Latest: The Joys of Folding Underwear,” nonetheless) dishing on all the deets behind the scenes. During the show, Lourdes helped the backup dancers switch outfits during their quick changes. She said, “Thirty seconds to totally dress a sweaty dancer can be insane and provoke mucho anxiety. Doing this night after night was pretty cray, but I loved every minute of it!” Um, I’ll say. That sounds AWESOME.

Lourdes posted some cool snaps backstage of the jam-packed racks of clothing and stacks of jewelry and said, “Besides being able to travel the world and visiting all these amazing countries (my favorites were Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Turkey) it’s really a great experience to be able to work on a large production, traveling around like a family, setting up for an amazing show and all having the same purpose. I developed really good relationships with a number of people, not just in wardrobe but in other departments too. Dancers, singers, sound crew, catering, etc. To be able to be a part of such an inspiring production was one of my best summers so far.” Awwww! Can we just say that we’re MUCHO excited about Lourdes’ love for fashion, though? Of all the summer jobs in the world to pick, she went directly for the wardrobe department. Talk about a girl after our own heart! To peep the full entry, head on over to Material World to get all the deets! But tell us, would you ever want to work in the wardrobe department of one of your favorite artists? Leave a comment below!

{via Material World}

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