The pop queen became the main character of the first summer issue of the British version of Vogue.
When it comes to authentic icons that exist at the intersection of fashion and music, Madonna excels. With this in mind, Edward Enniful and his team made the pop queen the main character in the June issue. For the cover, Madge posed in front of the lenses of Murt Alas and Marcus Piggott in a bathtub of water.
Ahead of the release of Madonna's new album and the start of the tour, Vogue is reminiscent of the story of the best-selling artist of all time. At the same time, the magazine emphasizes that the star for most of her life was probably the most prominent feminist on the planet. In the pre-social media world, her continuous hit has sparked a debate about women's empowerment around the world.
The main theme of the cover story for the June issue, fashion editor Benjamin Bruno, chose feminism and images of the leading feminists of the mid-20th century, whose legacy Madonna not only admires, but is also inspired by him. By the way, her new one is 14! - the album also develops this theme.