US Vanity Fair April 1991 : Madonna by Steven Meisel

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    Photo Steven Meisel
    Stylist Marino Schiano
    Model Madonna
    Hair Garren
    Makeup François Nars

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    The Misfit Pt. 1
    Photo Steven Meisel
    Stylist Marino Schiano
    Model Madonna
    Hair Garren
    Makeup François Nars

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    The Misfit Pt. 2

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    Hands down my favourite Madonna cover.

    Thanks so much for posting all these treasures Justaguy :flower:
     
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    She looked amazing during this time!
     
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    I’ve never understood the covershot: Did they just recreate the Oscar look and Meisel shot it as a paparazzi photo??? The story however, is hauntingly, understatedly supreme. The best ode to Marilyn by far from her. And I believe only Meisel could have captured such spirit so effortlessly without devolving into parody. The man is a master at understanding his subject’s most magical angles. Learn it kidz.
     
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