Age doesn't matter: how Madonna's style has changed
Over the course of her thirty-year career, Madonna managed to try on a hundred different images. Madonna always felt the spirit of the times and could always afford a little more than others: everyone remembers her scandalous music videos and lyrics, bold outfits and conflicting public statements. Let's see what the evolution of Madonna’s style was:
In the 80s, Louise Ciccone (Madonna's real name) looked like an era: scruffy combed hair, boiled denim, coarse leather jackets and catchy makeup. The role model Madonna became after the main role in the film "Desparately Seeking Susan" - he became the encyclopedia of fashion of the 80s.
Another period important for Madonna's style is the 90s. During the Blond Ambition tour, the pop icon collaborates with French designer Jean Paul Gaultier. The designer created for her bras “Bullet” and “Cone”, which are included in the history of fashion. Gauthier turns a corset into a symbol of sexual power. Until 2000, Madonna can be seen either in underwear or in men's tuxedos and with crosses on her neck.
Madonna was constantly experimenting with her own style. She could exchange elegant dresses without hesitation for lace bodysuit, and feminine evening sets for a strange denim suit, which she could easily complement with rude berets with black turtlenecks.
Gothic outfits also settled for a while in the star’s wardrobe. According to the star, in 1998 her spiritual rebirth came. A reflection of this condition was the album "Ray of Light", which received a Grammy in several categories at once.
After marriage to the director Guy Ritchie, and becoming a British citizen, the star completely changed her image.
Now her favorites are stiff and formal suits and coats.
For evening outings, Madonna always chose very feminine outfits, emphasizing her slim figure.
Over the years, Madonna’s habit of experimenting with style has grown into the ability to change images completely painlessly depending on the situation. She became a real fashionable chameleon and looked equally good both in Gothic dresses and in romantic flower dresses.
The rebellious spirit of the Madonna is still shocking - in her frankness, she manages to surpass all. And her stage costumes and arrogant antics during performances are discussed by the press of all countries and continents.