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Madonna goes French for Louis Vuitton

By 16th December 2008July 12th, 2018No Comments
Proving that she really is a material girl living in a material world, Madonna has gone and followed in Sean Connery’s footsteps, taking a starring role in the new Louis Vuitton advertising campaign. Madonna pulls out some poses that are a little saucier than Sean’s outdoorsy, unshaven man of the fresh air: ‘There are journeys that turn into legends’ shots.
The man-bag is a bit of a giveaway

The man-bag is a bit of a giveaway there Sean

Rather than trying to be ‘Like a Virgin’ this diva shows off her bendy body as she takes on the persona of a cabaret dancer, lifting her legs and Louis Vuitton lace up heels to unnatural angles as she sits in a traditional Parisian café. It has to be said that Madonna’s recent image change is a welcome one. It’s a relief to see that the leotards and thrusting have been ditched for this campaign. Looking effortlessly glamorous as the ultimate performer I have a feeling that Sean might feel a little neglected in the sex-appeal stakes as Madonna holds her fish-netted knee to her face. After seeing these shots my curiosity got the better of me and I did a little Madonna research. I have to say that it’s a bit strange to go and browse through the children’s books this accomplished lady’s written after seeing her as a leggy French seductress straddling chairs in thigh-skimming orange-feather skirts…‘Hooray for the Holidays!’ Who knows, maybe this campaign will provide some new material for her creative childhood literary juices? Watch this space…

So the Yoga works

So the Yoga works