‘There Is Some Generational Racism’ Admits Androgynous Katy Perry In American Vogue


American singer Katy Perry left her cutesy style behind and went androgynous, architectural and political as she covers Vogue US May edition. Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and styled by fashion editor Grace Coddington in Comme des Garcons, Katy opens up about education, growing up and activism. In the accompanying interview, Katy Perry admits that “education was not the first priority. My education started in my 20s, and there is so much to learn still. There is some generational racism. But I came out of the womb asking questions, curious from day one, and I am really grateful for that: My curiosity has led me here. Anything I don’t understand, I will just ask questions about.” Beauty for the shoot is work of hairstylist Julien d’Ys, makeup artist Lauren Parsons and manicurist Rieko Okusa. Credit: American Vogue

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