Kurt Cobain’s widow and also retired musician, Courtney Love, has posted a recent photo on her verified Instagram page today to reveal her real thoughts on Christmas Day and if people really should buy gifts and Christmas trees during this holiday season.
As you know, the whole world is getting ready for Christmas Day which commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ. While most people feel excited about the day, it seems that Hole star Courtney Love is not one of them. According to her latest post, Courtney slammed wild capitalism and stated that she does not plan to buy mass-produced products to not being a part of the ‘cycle of madness.’
Moreover, Courtney Love suggested her followers purchasing items from local shops to support smaller enterprises rather than capitalist companies. She also talked about Alexander McQueen’s ‘Sarabande Foundation’ which supports creative talents and urged her fans to take a look at their products to choose this year’s Christmas presents for their loved ones.
The post of Courtney has been liked by over 20K followers in a short time and one of the users who liked it was Marilyn Manson’s lovely wife and one of the most popular photographers of the era, Lindsay Elizabeth Warner.
Here is what Courtney Love wrote in the caption:
“What about all the creative kids stuck in midair with no net??
In creative disciplines, art, fashion, design, hair, makeup, styling?
I’m grateful to have the fortune to have a good enough life to buy Christmas 🎄 presents, but fuck it, why buy some mass-produced god knows what the supply line, thing anyone has?
Or status-obsessed logo mad last world fuck whatever it was Luxury Item with cash infusions into the void that’s most of the reason we are here?
Why would I want to keep the cycle of madness going?
I want my money that comes from creativity to return to it.
“My friend Katie Eleanor Grand told me about Sarabande Foundation, which was established by Alexander McQueen for just this moment. (and look at the beautiful patrons – Sam Taylor Johnson – Naomi Campbell – what’s not to love? )
I believe we will have a genuinely better, booming economy if we get it together and start walking like we are talking– stop stupid habits like fast fashion, fast food, and lazy pop trash.
Support young uncompromised creatives.
Go on this site.
There are some genuinely inspired talents burning to find their constellation there.”
You can check out the photo below.