Lourdes Leon looks ’90s sexy in a new ‘PAPER’ magazine photo shoot, wearing skimpy bikinis and posing in barely-there outfits.
Lourdes Leon — who goes by “Lola” — looked smoking hot in a new PAPER magazine cover story, sporting numerous skimpy looks for a ’90s-inspired photo shoot. For the iconic cover shot, Madonna‘s daughter, 25, wore a strappy blue denim-printed halter bikini top, tucked into a ultra-short white mini skirt. The choreographer also wore glammed-out ’90s makeup, with dark-lined pink lips and lilac eye shadow, sporting her sleek bronde locks down and long.
In another shot, the dancer posed on a silver BMW in a crisscross light blue bikini top and matching bottoms, sporting white puffy Moon Boots to match the icy-cool look. Lourdes, who works as a professional fashion model and dancer, opened up to the outlet about what dance has taught her and how it’s helped her in life.
“With dance, and specifically performance, it’s really an area where if you’re not present and being authentically, fully immersed in the movement — you’re half-a–ing it or you’re nervous or shy — people can tell,” she shared. “There’s no hiding in dance because it’s an art form where you’re wearing your emotions.” She added, “‘And that’s taught me in life to be authentically myself in any situation, because as soon as you’re not, people clock you. And I’m not the one to be clocked. You know what I mean?”
For another picture in the shoot, Lourdes wore a short, skintight, white lacy halter dress with black straps all down the backside, showing off her impeccable figure. She again sported glowing, metallic makeup and sleek bronde locks, also showing off her pink acrylic nails with brown-patterned tips.
Speaking more about her career, Lourdes explained, “I want to choreograph for artists, people that make music, visual artists. I want to choreograph mainly, but there is a big part of me that still does want to perform.”
She added, “I don’t really have a huge end result, what I dream in mind. I just know what I love to do and I know that if I keep doing that then I’ll get somewhere eventually.”