Madonna: Great Material
Leaning across a burgundy velvet divan in the leopard-print drawing room of his company's Milan headquarters, Stefano Gabbana thumbs through a pile of xeroxed images. "This is crazy!" he enthuses, waving one page in the air. "Madonna washing dishes? This will go down in history!"
The designer may be overstating things, but a housewife performing mundane daily chores certainly represents a new identity for the world's most famous chameleon.
And the photograph Gabbana is so excited about is just one of nine black and whiteSteven Klein shots depicting Madonna in her latest incarnation. The singer-cum-actress can also be seen wielding a broom, peeling vegetables and eating spaghetti with her fingers. Together the images make up Dolce & Gabbana's spring campaign, which launches worldwide in February.
Check out the complete article on the online website of W magazine. Thanks to Vincy.
Photo by Steven Klein courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana.
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