Madonna serves a generous helping of gothic glamor on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar‘s 150th Anniversary issue.
The arguable Queen of Pop strikes a number of resonating poses in her feature spread, and pairs the pics with an equally engaging set of quotes. Particularly as pertains to ageism in media.
See what we mean below…
Ever the provocateur, the 58-year-old year paired her photos with statements that aimed to justified them.
Speaking on the calls for her to hang it up, Madge said…
”Does somebody ask Steven Spielberg why he’s still making movies? Hasn’t he had enough success? Hasn’t he made enough money? Hasn’t he made a name for himself?
Did somebody go to Pablo Picasso and say, “Okay, you’re 80 years old. Haven’t you painted enough paintings?”
No. I’m so tired of that question. I just don’t understand it. I’ll stop doing everything that I do when I don’t want to do it anymore.
I’ll stop when I run out of ideas. I’ll stop when you f*cking kill me. How about that?”’