Madonna by Mert & Marcus for Interview May 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published May 3, 2010

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.















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64 thoughts on “Madonna by Mert & Marcus for Interview May 2010”

    • Really?? are you kidding she looks good to be 50 years old..okay maybe its a little photoshopped but she still looks great…

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    • Really?? are you kidding she looks good to be 50 years old..okay maybe its a little photoshopped but she still looks great…

      Reply
  1. Beautifull like she was in the 80's. By the way she doesn´t looks exactly like she does in in the 2010´s. Impecable photoshop work. But beautyfull at the end.

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  2. Beautifull like she was in the 80's. By the way she doesn´t looks exactly like she does in in the 2010´s. Impecable photoshop work. But beautyfull at the end.

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  3. Amazing pics…she actually looks good in person. Ive seen her up close without makeup a couple times and she's very pretty and youthful. dont be fooled by the doctored fake papparazi pics you see online.

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  4. Amazing pics…she actually looks good in person. Ive seen her up close without makeup a couple times and she's very pretty and youthful. dont be fooled by the doctored fake papparazi pics you see online.

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  5. Because the Parazzari pictures we see are never photoshopped. No Sir.

    I grew up, watching Madonna as an emerging artist, she was different, she was bold, she was beautiful.
    I loved it. I was fascinated by her.
    I was a teenager, watching Madonna continuing her different, bold & beautiful character.
    I was captivated.
    I'm still watching Madonna, being bold, having her own identity & persona.
    I admire her, she's worked hard (not only physically, but that as well). She's really achieved something.

    And this editorial radiates that something.

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  6. Because the Parazzari pictures we see are never photoshopped. No Sir.

    I grew up, watching Madonna as an emerging artist, she was different, she was bold, she was beautiful.
    I loved it. I was fascinated by her.
    I was a teenager, watching Madonna continuing her different, bold & beautiful character.
    I was captivated.
    I'm still watching Madonna, being bold, having her own identity & persona.
    I admire her, she's worked hard (not only physically, but that as well). She's really achieved something.

    And this editorial radiates that something.

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  7. Might I add, at the end of the day, we're not looking at editorials to look at realistic young/middle aged people. We're looking at them to see breathtaking gods & goddesses in dream-like locations/garments/stories.

    If you want real people, real pictures & real news, I suggest cnn.com (Mind you, even their photographers use photoshop – be warned)
    πŸ˜‰

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  8. Might I add, at the end of the day, we're not looking at editorials to look at realistic young/middle aged people. We're looking at them to see breathtaking gods & goddesses in dream-like locations/garments/stories.

    If you want real people, real pictures & real news, I suggest cnn.com (Mind you, even their photographers use photoshop – be warned)
    πŸ˜‰

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  9. Gorgeous shots of her. Great styling and I have always admired her body and her face. Women half her age lack the discipline to remain in shape. She is an icon, age is irrelevant. Wonderful!

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  10. Gorgeous shots of her. Great styling and I have always admired her body and her face. Women half her age lack the discipline to remain in shape. She is an icon, age is irrelevant. Wonderful!

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  11. Hey Fashion gone Rogue are you sure about the Stylist you credited on this shoot??? Might double check that "fact"!!

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  12. Hey Fashion gone Rogue are you sure about the Stylist you credited on this shoot??? Might double check that "fact"!!

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  13. keep drinking your hateraide!!! Who cares if it is photoshopped, you have to have the canvas to look like that before photoshop anyway… can't you just enjoy the art of ALL aspects of the shoot?? The lighting, the wardrobe, the makeup &&&&& The photoshop!!! Anyone who talks shit is just jealous and that's ALL it comes down to…

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  14. keep drinking your hateraide!!! Who cares if it is photoshopped, you have to have the canvas to look like that before photoshop anyway… can't you just enjoy the art of ALL aspects of the shoot?? The lighting, the wardrobe, the makeup &&&&& The photoshop!!! Anyone who talks shit is just jealous and that's ALL it comes down to…

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  15. She sure works the camera like mad, more regular models can learn from that level of commitment to task. Powerful shoot.

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  16. She sure works the camera like mad, more regular models can learn from that level of commitment to task. Powerful shoot.

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  17. Stunning. I'm so happy to Madonna working with Mert & Marcus. Madonna looks gorgeous…The ULTIMATE DIVA….All the imitators need to bow at her feet.

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  18. Stunning. I'm so happy to Madonna working with Mert & Marcus. Madonna looks gorgeous…The ULTIMATE DIVA….All the imitators need to bow at her feet.

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  19. I am a religious man and I believe that using crucifix in an advertisement is blasphemy. Furthermore, Madonna uses it in somewhat inappropriate way. I consider this as an offence. And even furthermore, a person, writing books for children should not do such things. it is extremely immature, cheap and disrespectful. I am surprised noone noticed it. Or did I miss something and this type of thing became normal?

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  20. I am a religious man and I believe that using crucifix in an advertisement is blasphemy. Furthermore, Madonna uses it in somewhat inappropriate way. I consider this as an offence. And even furthermore, a person, writing books for children should not do such things. it is extremely immature, cheap and disrespectful. I am surprised noone noticed it. Or did I miss something and this type of thing became normal?

    Reply

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