It was all intentional, hiding her sexy and dressing like a tomboy at her early stages of her music career. According to Alicia, “I definitely started hiding when I got old enough to walk down my NY streets alone. I started to notice a drastic difference in how men would relate to me if I had on jeans, or if I had on a skirt, or if my hair was done pretty.”
Photographed by Brendan Forbes, her first remake is of a 1972 classic photograph of Trinidadian model Sintra Arunte-Bronte used in a promotional poster for Jamaican Tourists Board. The swimsuit effortlessly silhouettes the curves of both iconic women’s chests for a pretty feminine and sexy appeal.
The second photograph was of the legendary and iconic boxer Muhammed Ali, under water, in a ‘ready-to-fight’ posture. This depicts a great amount of strength and control.
Both are a part of a new campaign dubbed “Revelation” that coincides with the release of her latest single “28 Thousand Days“.
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