Madonna on Bazaar – Madonna is the latest cover star of Harper’s Bazaar US, appearing in the magazine’s November issue. Terry Richardson photographed the pop icon in daring fashions featuring a lot of leather and black looks. In the magazine, Madonna opens up about her early days in New York City, “This wasn’t anything I prepared for in Rochester, Michigan. Trying to be a professional dancer, paying my rent by posing nude for art classes, staring at people staring at me naked. Daring them to think of me as anything but a form they were trying to capture with their pencils and charcoal. I was defiant. Hell-bent on surviving. On making it. But it was hard and it was lonely, and I had to dare myself every day to keep going.”
Read the full interview on HarpersBazaar.com
Material Girl – Inspired by Madonna, Nimue Smit channels the pop queen in the February issue of Glamour Netherlands. Photographed by Philip Riches, the Dutch model wears looks influenced by Madonna’s nineties style. Stylist Renu Kayshap selects lots of black, lace and fingerless gloves for Nimue to wear. / Makeup by Suzanne Verbreek, Hair by Irena Ruben
Capturing an Italian family lead by the matriarchal figure of Madonna, the fall campaign from Dolce & Gabbana tells the story of a close knit family through the lens of Steven Klein. From a family portrait to a meal at the table, the images show a new direction for the Italian luxury brand.
Dolce & Gabbana tap pop musician Madonna once again for the Italian label’s fall 2010 campaign. Lensed by Steven Klein, this preview shot shows Madonna on the arm of a young lad.
Love her or hate her, the queen of pop nabs the cover of this month’s Interview photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Taking on ensembles from the likes of Versace, L’wren Scott and Givenchy, the musician gets rebellious with the help of lace, leather and a few dangerous accessories styled by Karl Templer.