THERE ARE ICONS WITHOUT TIME THAT TO BE LIKE THIS HAVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO OTHERS. A MAGNETIC FIGURE, AN INSOLENT ELEGANCE, AN ENERGY IN EVERY KIND OF EXPRESSION THAT MAKE THEM LEGENDS
it’s not the technique or the perfection that make this figures unique: the instinctive movements, the innate elegance, the awareness that the imperfection could be something extremely fascinating.
Talking how get out between dance in every own sides had contribute to make without time moments held in historic films like a Brigitte Bardot dance above the table in “Piace a troppi” by Roger Vadim.
How sometimes the union of two bodies and styles apparently different, together form something magic like the bodies of Michael Jackson and Naomi Campbell in the single of the videoclip “In the coolest”.
An elegance that inspire like Edie Sedwgwick that begin the muse of Andy Warhol for years. Edie, before lost herself in a fog of drugs that never be able to go out, she also is a model for Vogue, recall the classical dance poses two times a week.
Icons that have express their inseparable shapes tie to their own physical appearance and energy give with it: we speack about Madonna. From the video for the single “Hang up” and “Give it to me” till one of her last successes “Girl gone wild” where she dance with a well-formed and articulated boys dance crew creating an iconic, trasgressive and charming images of the history video music clip of the time (the video was directed by Mert & Marcus).
And is from energic movement of the big icon Mick Jagger that Adam Levine in a duet with Christina Aguilera compose with the notes of “Moves like Jagger” realizes a memorable single that enclose the style and the energy of the Rolling Stones’s front man.
Text by Luisa Pagani