In this bonus clip from the new web special, the connoisseur of all things couture, Drew Elliot, alongside stylist Andrew Gelwicks walk us through this shoot. Through costume and makeup recreation, these iconic looks are emulated but in a modernized form. From Beyoncè to Marlilyn Monroe, the possibilities of embracing their inner (Sasha) fierce are endless. Model Geena Rocero is finding her dreams come true by just being a part of something so inspiring, and she makes a stunning Frida Kahlo with a nice ’brow game. Carmen Carrera formerly of Couple’s Therapy is feeling mighty as Wonder Woman. Rain Dove is serving beauty and brawn as Rosie the Riveter. Mya Mones as Lil’ Kim circa the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards is serving serious Lady Marmalade. Leyna Ramos is the Queen Bey as she too finds herself in formation. Crimsona Kaiser is Audrey Hepburn minus the cat and excessive smoking. The Hunger Games are on with Torraine Futurum as Katniss Everdeen, snatched in that latex. Tracey “Africa” Norman is looking quite elegant as Cleopatra. (P.S. The jewels are everything.) Finally, Lauren Foster embodies style and grace as Marilyn Monroe.
It may seem like a wide array of women represented, fictional or badass in real life, and that’s because they all broke barriers. Like the models in the shoot, these women are changing the culture one angle at a time. Peep the new Logo special now!.