We are normally used to Katy Perry wearing Bright candy colours and looking all girly but recently we’ve noticed KP’s darker side.

Not only has she been working a more gothic look recently, but in her L’Uomo Vogue July/August 2012 cover she is channeling her inner retro diva and matador-chick.

 

Katy is currently preparing for the première of her new movie ‘Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D’ and she is making sure she gets plenty of attention as she graces the cover of L’Uomo Vogue Italy and shows off  her ability to morph into whatever image she desires.

The 27 year old singer looks fierce as she strikes a pose for the camera lens of Francesco Carrozzini.

 

 

Katy is showing the world a different side of her, a more grown-up side as she suits-up in vintage military gear, a matador suit and a vintage coat for her L’Uomo Vogue spread. In the magazine she chats about everything from fashion to her icon Madonna.

Katy tells L’Uomo that:

 

I think Madonna, especially early in his career, when she was laying the foundations of her character, has been able to evolve constantly, managing to give the audience at every appearance a new visual interpretation and concept of herself. She was able to keep up the interest of the people, because you never knew with what she would come out with the next time. And, regularly, has offered a solid and consistent musical product. I hope to do the same, to make sure that people continue to be interested in me and in ten years, to find out, looking back, I have produced songs that will never be forgotten.

 

We wonder what Katy thinks of Madge’s boob last month!

 

 

The ‘Part Of Me’ singer has managed to create a playful, colourful but recently she has been switching styles according to mood.

She talks about her own style:

 

My sense of style is like one of those rings that change color with mood, always evolving. When I get up, I choose my outfit depending on my state of mind. If it is a ‘mixture of many things’ it is because I feel many different emotions at the same time, to the point where you feel you almost have a split personality. Basically, in the past my preferences were always directed towards stylists that were daring: the flashier, shinier and imposing the dress the better, this is the reason why I still love the work of Jean Charles de Castelbajac and Jeremy Scott…

 

The singer that told the magazine that she loves the idea of “attracting people’s attention and then open new horizons to their perceptions, installing thoughts that they otherwise never had before”

 

The American Pop Star has never been shy about sharing her opinion:

I believe in equality. I believe in love without any limits. I come from a family environment where the topic lived with many prejudices, but I have shrugged them off. I hope that one day we will look at this period somewhat as today we look at the period of the civil rights struggles of blacks in America in the ’60s, proving that it was a mixture of shame for how we were and happiness for the progress made.

 
We love Katy’s new video, she looks gorgeous! But this is definitely another ‘Russell did me wrong’ song!
 

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