Madonna is of course known for her ever-changing looks so when Swide noticed her outfits of her late were verging on the elegant, refined and dare we say it even regal side - we knew something was afoot. Could the rumours that she's about to direct a film about Wallis Simpson be true?
Madonna featured in New York en-route to her appearance on the David Letterman show with a 1940's inspired Dolce & Gabbana handbag, 'The Miss Sicily'.
Wallis Simpson, the wife of England’s former King Edward VIII who abdicated his throne to marry the American divorcee is a director’s dream. According to the UK’s Daily Mail, Madonna’s ex-husband Guy Ritchie has looked over the screenplay for Madonna called W.E. - and “suggested his former wife seek meetings with several well-respected actors such as Mark Strong and Toby Kebbell, who both had major roles in Ritchie's last film, RocknRolla”.
The Duke and Duchess of Windsor leaving their Paris home; in 1939: she is carrying her famous platinum fox stole.
Madonna is said to have written the movie with Alek Keshishian, who directed her in the documentary Madonna: Truth Or Dare in 1991. Described as a romantic comedy about a woman called Wally Winthrop, it is thought W.E. stands for Wallis and Edward.
Madonna in London on October 24th carrying Dolce & Gabbana's 1940's handbag the 'Miss Sicily' and wearing a vintage Dolce & Gabbana twinset and corset.
As we all know, what Madonna wants – she usually gets and in a show of ferocious determination, it appears the ironically named ‘Queen of Pop’ determined to direct the story of the woman, who never quite made it to be Queen.
With her 1940’s Dolce & Gabbana inspired handbag (The Miss Sicily) never having left her side this month, along with a new wardrobe of chic black dresses and vintage Dolce & Gabbana twin sets it appears that this is one look that will be hitting the big screen very shortly.
1936: Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor wearing her Cartier emerald engagement ring and a sapphire and diamond bracelet.
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