Allure: Janet Jackson Is Still in Control
Rick Owens coat, T-shirt, and dress. Archived Prototype headband. Pebble London neckpiece. Lillian Shalom rings. To create a similar makeup look: Les 4 Ombres Eyeshadow in Lumières et Vibrations, Le Crayon Yeux Eyeliner in Noir, Les Beiges Healthy Glow Bronzing Cream in Sunset, and Rouge Allure Lipstick in Rouge Angélique by Chanel. Photographed by Tom Munro. Fashion stylist: Patti Wilson. Hair: Larry Sims. Makeup: Preston Meneses. Manicure: Michelle Humphrey. Production: Farago Projects.
Allure: Janet Jackson is driving. She has stopped her black Range Rover on a narrow London street and starts honking. She’s been complaining about the city’s perpetual construction and the resulting detours. But there are no jackhammering rigs in front of her right at the moment. Yet she’s still blowing her horn. I realize she’s lowered the window on the passenger side — on my side — and she’s waving frantically at a group of women and children on the sidewalk several yards away. Honk, honk! Hooooooonk! Finally, a woman with shoulder-length, sand-colored hair looks over at the vehicle, recognition suddenly flashes across her face, and she shouts a greeting and waves back. And I realize that Jackson, the record-breaking musician who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2019, has been expending all this energy and holding up traffic in this mightily congested city so that she can shout a hello to her five-year-old son’s former teacher.
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