Glamour’s American Icons
For its 70th anniversary issue, Glamour magazine is celebrating seven decades of female risk takers, rule breakers, and style makers. Some of today’s young talents recreate these famous figures for a gorgeous photo shoot. Madonna is represented by Lindsay Lohan. Other female figures include First Lady Michelle Obama (Alicia Keys), Rosie the Riveter (Alexis Bledel), Amelia Earhart (Hayden Panettiere).
“In 1984 Madonna told American Bandstand host Dick Clark that her dream was to “rule the world.” Months later she was on her way – her album Like a Virgin skyrocketed to number one on the Billboard charts. She’s been a pop-culture powerhouse ever since, and last year, Sticky & Sweet was the highest-grossing tour by a solo artist ever” – Amy Spencer writes on Glamour.
“When I was little, every day after school I would come home and put in her The Immaculate Collection disc and karaoke to it around the whole house.” – Lindsay Lohan, 22, of the upcoming film Labor Pains, re-creating Madonna’s 1984 MTV Video Music Awards performance of “Like a Virgin”.
Source: glamour.com. Check out Glamour‘s super-packed special 70th anniversary issue, on newsstands now, and visit Glamour.com for a chance to take home the iconic M-inspired outfit Lindsay Lohan wore for their photo shoot.