Francois Sagat will be your mistress tonight
Ranking up in the list of unconventional ways to channell the Queen of Pop, François Sagat, photographed by Greg Bailey, hits the cover of the debut issue of Loverboy Magazine, out soon.
“I could only re-incarnate Madonnas early 90s look because back then she was the gay fantasy, she was presenting what gay men think is feminine, ” Sagat said.
“The look was beyond true femininity, it was hyper-feminine. But my face is so sharp, I think it would have been useless to try and make it softer I could easily look like a mix between Madonna and Glenn Close. The transformation worked so well because we both have the same bodies!! LOL, only joking People keep saying Im trying to do these pop stars in drag. So ok, lets do this properly. Lets do the QUEEEEENNNN!
Editor-in-chief of Loverboy magazine, Michael Turnbull, was thrilled to have Francois on boarda and said: “Francois really embodies what Loverboy is all about, keeping it camp but gritty and high fashion at the same time. I’ve been a fan of his for a long time and especially how he balanced his adult career with his fashion career, shooting for Terry Richardson and modelling for Bernhard Willhelm. The Madonna inspiration came from the line ‘I want to kiss you in Paris’ from Justify My Love,” the Daily Star reports.
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