Art for Freedom Campaign by Madonna in Vogue Uomo May/June 2014

A Stairway To Fashion Madonna by Tom Munro for Vogue Uomo May/June 2014

Greatest pop singer of the world, Madonna, stars in the latest spread of Vogue Uomo May/June 2014 issue. Photographed by Tom Munro, in bossy chic looks alternating from Giorgio Armani (the cover), to Thom Browne and Dolce & Gabbana suit, she talks about the fact that her new music will be used to promote her Art For Freedom Campaign. She is involved since forever in humanitarian projects, such as Malawi and her most recent projects are  Secretprojectrevolution – a short film co-directed with Steven Klein, a manifesto against oppression, with autobiographical accents from Madonna’s fight against the stereotypes. A noir choreography, with masochist scenes, shot in a former prison in Buenos Aires, the film shows a Madonna both as a prisoner and torturer. “Sometimes we are the victims of oppression, other times we imprison ourselves“, she says. “

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