Amber Rose has featured in the Paper magazine photo shoot for its annual Fandemonium issue. The magazine decided to honor readers with an iconic photo shoot of its Break the Internet issue. The hip hop artist and singer channelled some of the most iconic feminists in history, including Gloria Steinem, Susan B. Anthony, Dorothy Pitman Hughes and, of course, Rosie the Riveter.
Amber wears a variety of striking looks as she channels a number of feminist icons in the Fandemonium issue. In one picture, posted by Paper magazine, shows her embodying American feminists Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes. The striking spread also sees her pay homage to suffragette Susan B Anthony, Pussy Riot and Marlene Dietrich.
The mother-of-one is one among the many stars for the publication’s Fandemonium issue. The magazine took to its official Instagram and posted pictures of Rose’s photo shoot.
The star flashed her pert posterior in the photo shoot. Rose is pictured donning a ski mask and skimpy one-piece for a shot as a member of the Russian group Pussy Riot. In the picture, her bodysuit is by Laina Rauma and her beanie by American Apparel.
She features in a series of seven pictures for the magazine. Rose sports a collection of costumes, wigs and extreme makeup. She has been photographed by Charlotte Rutherford; her styling has been done by Sammy K. at Cloutier Remix, while her make-up is by Emily Moses at Opus Beauty.
Her blonde buzzcut has been styled by Dimitris Giannetos at Opus Beauty and her manicure is by Marisa Carmichael at Streeters. Paper magazine roped in Rose for the shoot to celebrate the release of her book “How To Be a Bad B****.”
In the interview, Rose reveals her marriage to rapper Wiz Khalifa is what started her on her feminist journey. “I would look on [Wiz’s] Instagram and he would have pictures of all these women all over him… and then I would post a picture of me and my son. And people would be like, ‘Does your son know that his mother’s a w****?'”
Amber’s Paper spread comes after she led a group of women on her “slut walk” in October. She aims to empower women and help them realize that there is no shame in enjoying one’s sexuality.
— PAPER Magazine (@papermagazine) December 2, 2015