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Iggy Azalea's Latest Campaign Makes Perfect Sense

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    Rapper-slash-model Iggy Azalea is having quite the week. On Monday, she released her debut album The New Classic. Now, she's posing for Revolve's summer campaign. And, after close inspection of Azalea's Clueless-inspired, "Fancy" music video, we're not too surprised by this latest modeling stint. After all, the singer has been very candid about pandering to brands.

    Watch the opening clip to see Azalea scrolling through her fictional Revolve closet — no doubt inspired by Cher Horowitz’s digital, outfit-matching program (well played, Iggy). Thankfully, she skipped the yellow plaid in favor of some T by Alexander Wang, Steve Madden, and Elizabeth and James. We have to hand it to Azalea — she has the whole pretty-tomboy thing down to a science. If you're itching to recreate her style, click ahead to shop the songbird's favorite looks for the season — guaranteed to make you look like a total Betty.

    Photo: Courtesy of Revolve.



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