Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon rocked a white bikini by The Statue of Liberty for her new EP.
The 26-year-old follows in her mother’s footsteps by launching a music career after modeling for many years.
Leon has been a fashion model for over 10 years and recently starred in Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty campaign, Burberry, and Calvin Klein.
Leon looked beautiful with her brunette hair in a high bun with bangs and dark red lipstick accentuating her lips for the snap.
The model is accessorized with big hoop silver earrings and a large cross pendant for the photoshoot.
She also took the opportunity to send a political message.
In the caption, she adds, “Photo taken by dear friend/great debater/sister4L @annamalize 🗽 🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽🗽. It does NOT say rsvp on the Statue of Liberty.”
The quote is from Cher Horowitz, played by Alicia Silverstone, one of the main characters in the 1995 movie Clueless, in which she said, “In conclusion, may I remind you, it does not say ‘RSVP’ on the Statue of Liberty.”
Over on Anna Malize’s IG page, she shares more pictures from the photoshoot and reveals it’s for her EP, Go.
Lourdes Leon releases raunchy video for explicitly titled new song
Leon released a music video for her single C***radiction last week, and she continues her foray into music.
The raunchy video features numerous scenes, one of which the stunning model lies on a table in a semi-sheer dress.
In the opening scene of the music video, she is seen in a white vest and matching pants as she sings from a horse stable.
She released the record under her stage name Lolahol and went for the alternative sound rather than mirroring her mother’s mainstream signature pop style.
In August, Leon released the video for her song Lock & Key, which has already garnered over 1 million views on YouTube.
In the video, Lolahol rocks a barely-there bikini on a beach scene as the video has her don various clothing.
Lourdes Leon releases her debut EP
Lolahol’s debut EP, Go, dropped on November 9 and is supported by two singles.
In an interview with Vogue last year, she hit back at claims that she is a nepotism baby.
“People think I’m this talentless rich kid who’s had everything given to her, but I’m not,” Leon said to the publication.
The outlet added that she referenced paying her way through college and living in Bushwick to blend into a polyglot creative community.More: Lourdes Leon