Table of contents:
- Katy Perry as Elizabeth Taylor
- Mariah Carey as Marie Antoinette
- Willow Smith as Cali
- Jessica Chastain as Jeanne D'Arc
- Chris Lee as Coco Chanel
- Lucky Blue as Liberace
- Dakota Johnson as Aphrodite
- Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as Diana Vreeland
- Creative Director Stephen Gan
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Katy Perry as Elizabeth Taylor
“An icon is always something more than the era that gave birth to it. Liz was incredibly, even obscenely luxurious, while her style changed over time. Well, I plan to change husbands as often as she does!"
Dress, Azzedine Alaïa; earrings, Dior Fine Jewelery. Liquid eyeliner, CoverGirl Intensify Me! Liquid Liner, Intense Black; aroma, Katy Perry Mad Potion. Hair Style: Olivier Schawalder; makeup: Tom Pecheux; manicure: Anatole Rainey.
Mariah Carey as Marie Antoinette
"Actually, I am the complete opposite of Marie Antoinette, but I will not refuse a beautiful costume!"
Corset, Tom Ford; shoes, Manolo Blahnik; jacket, skirt, petticoats and stockings, Le Vestiaire. Hair Style: Olivier Schawalder; makeup: Tom Pecheux; manicure: Anatole Rainey.
Willow Smith as Cali
“As a child, I sneaked into my meditation room and read books about different goddesses from my mother (Jada Pinkett-Smith - HB). I remember Kali more than others because she is awful and beautiful at the same time."
Corset, skirt and face jewelry, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci. Hairstyle: Akki; makeup: Gucci Westman; manicure: Mar y Soul for Chanel Le Vernis.
Jessica Chastain as Jeanne D'Arc
“An icon is, first of all, a bright individuality. Joan of Arc rebelled against the norms and conventions of her time - I am inspired by her fearlessness."
Dress, Balenciaga; socks and boots, Alexander Wang; gloves, Fannie Schiavoni. Hairstyle: Guillaume Bérard for Mod's Hair; makeup: Topolino; manicure: Anatole Rainey.
Chris Lee as Coco Chanel
“In China, they say: when a person leaves, his soul remains with us. On the day of the shoot, I really felt that Coco was in the studio."
Dress, shoes and belt, Chanel. On Coco's Ghost: All Vintage Chanel. Hair Style: Olivier Schawalder; makeup: Tom Pecheux; manicure: Anatole Rainey.
Lucky Blue as Liberace
“I like this dude. He was cool, covered in sequins, and how he played the piano! A real artist - in this we are alike."
Jacket and Pants, Burberry Prorsum; shirt, Roberto Cavalli; ring and bracelet, Jacob & Co; ring, Beladora; ring, Doyle & Doyle; loafers, Jason of Beverly Hills; Cape and bow tie - property of Ellen Mirojnick. Hairstyle: Akki; makeup: Gucci Westman; manicure: Mar y Soul for Chanel Le Vernis.
Dakota Johnson as Aphrodite
“In Greek mythology, Aphrodite is the embodiment of love. And for me she personifies sensuality, strength, mystery - in a word, the feminine principle in all its manifestations."
Wetsuit, Neosport; ankle boots, Dior. Laura Mercier Silk Crème Moisturizing Photo Edition Foundation; hairstyle: Akki; makeup: Maki Ryoke; manicure: Mar y Soul for Chanel Le Vernis.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as Diana Vreeland
"Diana was a truly powerful and influential woman who singlehandedly changed the fashion industry."
Jacket and tights, Chanel; earrings and boots, JWAnderson. Liquid lipstick Laura Mercier Paint Wash, Red Brick. Hairstyle: Akki; makeup: Gucci Westman; manicure: Mar y Soul for Chanel Le Vernis. Thanks to Xianzhong Zhai from Chinese Theater Works for filming. Editor: Ben Perreira; casting: Greg Krelenstein for Starworks Group; executive producer: Evelien Joos; producer: Benjamin Bonnet @Westy Productions; studio producer: Dante Frongillo; sets: Bette Adams for Mary Howard Studio; digital composition: Helene Chauvet and Frederic Godefroy; photography assistants: Philippe Baumann and Franck Joyeux; art director: Jim Kaemmerling; design: Jeremy Kaye. Text: Christopher Bartley and William Defebaugh. Thanks to Virginie Laguens for their help with filming.
Creative Director Stephen Gan
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