The first issue of Love, a new magazine about fashion and fame, features British model Agyness Deyn as Queen Elizabeth II.
Set to be released on February 19th, the magazine has also shared images of model Iris Strubegger as a cyberpunk and the king of punk himself, Iggy Pop.
Deyn recently channeled screen siren Marilyn Monroe on the cover of the January 2009 issue of Vogue Korea.
Implications - References to notable icons like royalty or celebrities are an excellent way to appeal to consumers' pop culture fixations. Businesses that are hoping to gain recognition and publicity should consider implementing marketing campaigns that consumers can relate to and easily recognize references from.
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