Christina Aguilera for Paper Magazine
Another star of the 2000s loudly announced itself. Not so long ago, Britney Spears became the face of the new collection of Kenzo. Now, Christina Aguilera surprised everyone with her new images in the photo shoot for Paper Magazine.
The singer in recent years has experienced not the best times in her career. Christina Aguilera was in the news only in connection with another unsuccessful exit on the red carpet. The singer for many years demonstrated the same image – a bright make-up, a ton of tanning and an abundance of accessories, now appeared on the cover of Paper with the most natural make-up and was simply not recognizable. Aguilera, who has become younger and fresher, now looks modern and relevant.
In the lens of photographer Zoe Grossman, Aguilera was transformed into a model of the 1960s model, with lush long eyelashes and a short bangs. To complete the image, stylists chose outfits from Fendi, Burberry, Maria Black and others. Christina Aguilera also gave an interview to Paper Magazine.
“I’ve always been a person who likes to experiment, I like theaters, I like to come up with a story, a story, and then play a role in the clips and on stage.” I’m an actor by nature, but now I feel that it’s necessary to drop everything superfluous and appreciate what you really are, appreciate yourself without embellishment, “Christina Aguilera comments on the cover. According to the singer, people are “beautiful in all their manifestations.”
Christina Aguilera also shared her thoughts on the latest progressive changes in the music industry of recent years: “They are not exposed to such” bleaching “when they come on stage, as it was in my time. Now the music is becoming more diverse and it’s amazing. Also, artists have become bolder, women do not hesitate to show their sexuality and do not succumb to this criticism, as I once succumbed to. Either women are not sexual enough, or we are sexually enough and feel guilty about it. I’m proud of my style, even despite criticism. Madonna had to go through this in her time, and she set the stage for my generation to rise and take possession of her own sexuality. And, having paid this, now the younger generation is growing up, and I like what I see. It’s incredible. “