Lourdes Leon donned a variety of different looks for her latest reveal magazine shoot — and she has a message for her critics.
Lourdes Leon is one of a kind.
Madonna’s eldest daughter, better known by the nickname Lola, is a breakout star in the fashion industry. In addition to modeling for Swarovski, Marc Jacobs and Savage x Fenty, she recently covered the trend and debuted at the Met Gala.
But the 25-year-old dancer/choreographer doesn’t want to follow the pack when it comes to her looks.
“I think there is such a lack of personal style, like real style, which has nothing to do with trends or TikTok. Because when something happens inside, everyone wears it. Or everyone who is trendy, but trendy to the masses.” she told paper magazine, According to page six,
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“Due to the trend on TikTok and social media, there are many different iterations of the same jacket or the same one… it’s like everything has been copied by everyone.”
One particular trend Leon would never wear?
“I can’t get into casualizing or casualizing a blazer. Large size blazer. Because I’m not a blazer girl,” she said, citing Hailey Baldwin as a lover of the look.
Leone completely transformed for her paper photoshoot, sporting blonde hair with heavy frosted makeup and chunky highlights, as well as a fiery red wig with blunt bangs. She also rocked a sexy scarf-top bikini, cute shoes, a micro-miniskirt, and a fully open, strappy back dress.
And the star’s quick to defend her signature sultry style against social media critics.
“I think it’s a little ridiculous that people are still living in this world where we’re comparing showing skin with getting attention or being a hoe. Literally, like a bitch. Let her wear whatever she wants. , “He said.
Leon also has other reasons to avoid Instagram.
“I have a complicated relationship with [social media] because a lot of times it makes me feel great about myself. I’m going to compare myself. It’s not healthy for anyone,” she said, her own account being more mild than self-serious — Mum taking a page out of Madonna’s book, which often posts photoshoots while wearing less.
“I have a base layer of hatred because a lot of people like to hate my mother, so it’s clear that I’m the spawn, I’m the eldest daughter, I’m going to see the tail end of that hate. So I Whatever negative I do, it’s ‘like a mother, like a daughter,'” Leone said.
“You’re all so unreal.”
This story originally appeared on page six and is republished here with permission.