Glamour revisite les Icones Américaines

L’édition américaine du magazine Glamour fête ses 70 ans, et nous offre pour l’occasion une série très originale intitulée “American Icons“. Cette série de photo rend hommage aux icônes américaines de ses 70 dernières années. “You can do anything! / Vous pouvez tout faire!” C’est le message délivré par 7 décennies de femmes qui ont osé prendre des risques, osé briser les règles, mais aussi des femmes qui ont sû imposer, créer un style. Des jeunes talents actuels ont posé joué le jeu et sont entré dans la peau de ses femmes qui ont marqué l’histoire à leur manière.

Alicia Keys en Michelle Obama, La First Lady

“She has worked hard for everything she’s accomplished, and done so with grace and humility. So many women and girls can identify with her story.” — Alicia Keys, 28 ans

Paula Patton en Billie Holiday

“You can imagine that women at home hearing her songs on the radio felt her vocalizing their emotions and their struggles.”— Paula Patton, 33 ans

Chanel Iman en Althea Gibson

“She showed women…you can be sweaty, be gorgeous and do a great job.” Chanel Iman 19 ans

Hayden Panettiere as Amelia Earhart

Hayden Panettiere en Amelia Earhart

“She proved that anything is possible. If you want to fly a plane, fly a plane…. No one can tell you no.” — Hayden Panettiere, 19 ans

Alexis Bledel as Rosie the Riveter

Alexis Bledel en Rosie the Riveter

“She’s a symbol of women getting things done. It shows that strength is beautiful.”

Alexis Bledel, 27 ans

Emma Roberts as Audrey Hepburn

Emma Roberts en Audrey Hepburn

“She was so simply beautiful. And she loved charity work, something even more beautiful about her.”— Emma Roberts, 18 ans

Odette Yustman, Spencer Grammer, Rumer Willis as The Women of Woodstock

Odette Yustman, Spencer Grammer, Rumer Willis en Femmes de Woodstock

“They were showing the world that being a little bit different is OK.” – Odette Yustman, 23 ans

“These women didn’t have to look a certain way. They didn’t have to have a man. They could love whomever they wanted—that has definitely influenced who we are now.”
Spencer Grammer, 25
ans

It’s an era that was so important because it was very much about natural beauty.”
Rumer Willis, 20
ans

Camilla Belle as Mary Tyler Moore

Camilla Belle en Mary Tyler Moore

“We all should continue to be as independent as Mary was and unapologetically push for equality in the workplace.” — Camilla Belle, 22 ans

America Ferrera as Dolores Huerta

America Ferrera en Dolores Huerta

“She saw her own opinion and voice as [something as] powerful as any man’s.”
America Ferrera, 25 ans

Lindsay Lohan as Madonna

Lindsay Lohan en Madonna

“When I was little, every day after school I would come home and put in her The Immaculate Collection disc and karaoke to it around the whole house.” — Lindsay Lohan, 22 ans

Emma Stone as Carrie Bradshaw

Emma Stone en Carrie Bradshaw

“I don’t know a girl in this generation who hasn’t been influenced at least a bit by Carrie.” — Emma Stone, 20 ans

Elisha Cuthbert as Brandi Chastain

Elisha Cuthbert en Brandi Chastain

“Brandi proves that we should have no excuses as women to go out there and be the best that we can be.”— Elisha Cuthbert, 26 ans

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