Lourdes Leon Is A Replica Of Her Mom Madonna In New Photoshoot

Lourdes Leon

Lourdes Leon, model and daughter of music icon Madonna, has grabbed eyeballs for a Marc Jacobs fashion shoot that is looking all sorts of offbeat. The 24-year-old, in the pizzazz that is now synonymous with her mother’s style in the 1980s and 90s, can be seen sporting coloured prints, funky accessories and a new tote bags collection.

Posing for the luxury brand for their Spring 2021 campaign, Leon (who also goes by Lola) has not shied away from flaunting her armpit hair, yet again. Back in 2018, the young model had shown off her armpit hair in a photo her mother posted on New Year’s.

Lourdes Leon, Newest Face Of Rebellion On The Block

The Marc Jacobs campaign with Leon comes following the brand’s long association with her mother. In a statement, the label impressed upon this and was quoted saying, “Marc has a long-storied history with Madonna and so it only made sense for us to tap Lola to be the face of the campaign.”

It further praised Leon for her “youthful spirit and uncompromising sense of individuality.”

In one picture, Leon’s chest is embellished with an edgy flower bra while in another a diamond bra and magnificent headdress adorn her. The brand is known for having done similarly divergent campaigns in the past.

Sharing some shots from the campaign, Leon wrote on Instagram, “#MARCMYWORDSsssssssssss” thanking Jacobs and the team.

More About Lourdes Leon

Lourdes Leon, a graduate from the University of Michigan, made her modelling debut in 2016. She has previously worked with high-end labels like Juicy Couture, Stella McCartney, Miu Miu and Converse. She is among the most notable faces in a line of celebrity children making a mark in the fashion world.

Leon, who only recently joined Instagram in January with four posts, already has over 100K followers to her name. When her first post in January amassed a slew of negative comments, about her and her mother, the model gave it back to naysayers in their language.

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