For a comeback like a bad penny, pathetic Britney Spears tries copying the copycat Harajuku girl—Gwen Stefani’s Japanese “minstrel show” (3Yen).
Aug. 25 | MTV: Britney Spears for POP Magazine, issue 376. Art directed by Takashi Murakami
According to MTV, Britney’s, “manga inspired shots show her in a white wedding [head]dress, wearing a backpack [school bookbag] and baring her legs” in an sukumizu/swimsuit uniform for schoolgirls in Japan. See more soft-lit photos of what the magazine called “Britpop” Spears at Idolator.com.
Spears’ spread for POP Magazine was created by the Japan’s leading purveyor of puerile popart, Takashi Murakami, (3Yen 2009-04-25). An typical example of Murakami’s popart, “Time Boken”—(Time Crazy) is shown blinking on the right.
Tip-of-the-hat to rinkya blogs for this story idea.