Elizabeth Taylor Pop Art
Pop art: Katy Perry stars as Elizabeth Taylor in a quirky, Andy Warhol inspired image taken by celebrated photographer Jean-Paul Goude for September problem of Harper's Bazaar
Posing for celebrated photographer Jean-Paul Goude, Katy networks Liz in a stylish black dress and wavy brunette bob inside Andy Warhol inspired image.
The 30-year-old singer's pop art photo was handed a punky, modern-day twist, with heavy blue-eye shadow, a bright purple lip and a nose ring.
Speaing frankly about why she chose the late actress as the woman ultimate idol, Katy said: 'a symbol transcends time.
Surf's up: Fifty colors Of Grey star Dakota Johnson embodied Aphrodite, the goddess of love, in a skin-tight leather catsuit and a curly wig
Nice fantasy: Mariah Carey clothed as Marie Antoinette for this stunning chance, empowered by Fragonard’s ‘The Swing’
Cover girl: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in addition appears into the large style shoot
'Liz was therefore fabulous and decadent together with a style that evolved with the many years. And I'm sure i will be married equally several times.'
At the same time, Dakota slipped into a fabric catsuit and donned a long, streaming wig to embody an unconventional version of the goddess of love, Aphrodite.
The 25-year-old actress was drenched with water as she glided along on a skateboard.
'In Greek mythology, Aphrodite is the major image of feminine divine love, ' Dakota explained.
'in my opinion, she symbolizes the power of love and satisfaction, and presents the mystery and intricacy of women.'
The visually stunning also features Oprah Winfrey as Glinda the great Witch through the Wizard Of Oz, Mariah Carey as Marie Antoinette, Willow Smith as Hindu goddess Kali and cover celebrity Rosie Huntington as fashion maven Diana Vreeland.
Outlining why she wanted to pose whilst the questionable French queen, Mariah stated: 'I’m more or less the opposite of Marie Antoinette, nonetheless it’s constantly fun to throw-on an outfit.'
Icons by Carine Roitfeld and Jean-Paul Goude appears into the September issue of Harper's Bazaar, on sale 4th August.