What a scary time.
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What a transformation!
In March's issue, the New Zealand-born 17-year-old dishes on her favorite fashion icons — and the answers aren't that shocking…
Considering many of her looks are obviously inspired by these two couture odd balls!
The minute-long short film, titled L'Invitation au Voyage, features Arizona getting serenaded by Ziggy Stardust himself singing I'd Rather Be High during a grandiose masquerade ball held in Venice, Italy!
The short is part of a new campaign that will feature David in a series of print ads and TV commercials as well!
Check it out (above) and escape into a world of opulence and luxury!
Leather, Zippers, and Bowie…Oh my!
The seXXXy singer rocked a David Bowie tee and leather pants in this dom-style getup!
All he needs is an accessorized whip to complete the look!
He's 50 Shades of hottness!
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The resemblance is uncanny!
She even rocked a David Bowie-approved pompadour!
Though David wasn't there, these two are clearly still vibing off each other's personas and WE LOVE IT!
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Though she's almost unrecognizable thanks to some of the most flagrant Photoshopping we've seen this year, the actress is still seksi between the covers of the mag's March issue.
And it helps that she's not wearing much!
One of the seXXXiest shots features Cam in a lace-up skirt by The Blonds with her arms covering her boobies, while another has her looking pensive in a Miu Miu crop top while tugging at her leather Miu Miu skirt to reveal fishnets underneath.
Our personal fave is the one of her rocking a lace Versace crop top and mini skirt.
Ch-ch-check out all the airbrushed hotness in the gallery (below)!
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Seriously, though, what did they do to our beloved California girl?!
She looks like David Bowie's wax statue with that mullet and unlined, personality-less face!
Enough is enough!
Check out both versions of Cameron's overly-Photoshopped Interview cover in the gallery (below)!
It's different… but, we LIKE it!
She wore a black and white high-collared Prabal Gurung gown, but what really caught our eye was her '70s bouffant and striking eye makeup, which looked like it belonged on the cover of a Ziggy Stardust album.
Such a departure from her 1960s princess look she has going on as Betty
Draper Francis on Mad Men.
She may not have the most conventional look on the red carpet, but she definitely stands out!
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