Harpers Bazaar cover: Madonna dresses to Dare
Harpers Bazaar cover: Madonna dresses to Dare
Have you had the chance to do a trip on fashion style with the POP queen Madonna in mind?! If so, you were thrilled by her upcoming ‘trends vision’, she turned out undoubtly to be the trigger for some global iconic trends. She is ‘the one’ and ‘the few only’ who had ‘spot on’ and make it thru until our days, being the same fashion icon she was back on the 80’s. See some of her fearless signature fashion, alongside of some of her words on a interview with the dazzling magazine Harpers Bazzar. Going Backwards on this, prepare to emerge on this fearless dazzling photo shoot!
“If I can’t be daring in my work or the way I live my life, then I don’t really see the point of being on this planet.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“The tall buildings and the massive scale of New York took my breath away. The sizzling-hot sidewalks and the noise of the traffic and the electricity of the people rushing by me on the streets was a shock to my neurotransmitters. I felt like I had plugged into another universe. I felt like a warrior plunging my way through the crowds to survive. Blood pumping through my veins, I was poised for survival.I felt alive.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“… it was hard and it was lonely, and I had to dare myself every day to keep going. Sometimes I would play the victim and cry in my shoe box of a bedroom with a window that faced a wall, watching the pigeons shit on my windowsill. And I wondered if it was all worth it, but then I would pull myself together and look at a postcard of Frida Kahlo taped to my wall, and the sight of her mustache consoled me. Because she was an artist who didn’t care what people thought. I admired her. She was daring. People gave her a hard time. Life gave her a hard time. If she could do it, then so could I.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“When you’re 25, it’s a little bit easier to be daring, especially if you are a pop star, because eccentric behavior is expected from you. By then I was shaving under my arms, but I was also wearing as many crucifixes around my neck as I could carry, and telling people in interviews that I did it because I thought Jesus was sexy. Well, he was sexy to me, but I also said it to be provocative. I have a funny relationship with religion. I’m a big believer in ritualistic behavior as long as it doesn’t hurt anybody. But I’m not a big fan of rules. And yet we cannot live in a world without order.
But for me, there is a difference between rules and order. Rules people follow without question. Order is what happens when words and actions bring people together, not tear them apart. Yes, I like to provoke; it’s in my DNA. But nine times out of 10, there’s a reason for it.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“When I adopted Mercy James, I put my armor on. I tried to be more prepared. I braced myself. This time I was accused by a female Malawian judge that because I was divorced, I was an unfit mother. I fought the supreme court and I won. It took almost another year and many lawyers. I still got the shit kicked out of me, but it didn’t hurt as much. And looking back, I do not regret one moment of the fight.
One of the many things I learned from all of this: If you aren’t willing to fight for what you believe in, then don’t even enter the ring.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“Ten years later, here I am, divorced and living in New York. I have been blessed with four amazing children. I try to teach them to think outside the box. To be daring. To choose to do things because they are the right thing to do, not because everybody else is doing them. I have started making films, which is probably the most challenging and rewarding thing I have ever done. I am building schools for girls in Islamic countries and studying the Qur’an. I think it is important to study all the holy books.
As my friend Yaman always tells me, a good Muslim is a good Jew, and a good Jew is a good Christian, and so forth. I couldn’t agree more. To some people this is a very daring thought.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“As life goes on (and thank goodness it has), the idea of being daring has become the norm for me. Of course, this is all about perception because asking questions, challenging people’s ideas and belief systems, and defending those who don’t have a voice have become a part of my everyday life. In my book, it is normal.” by Madonna at ‘Harpers Bazzar’
“In my book, everyone is doing something daring. Please open this book.
I dare you. »