NEW YORK — As fashion’s favorite chameleon, Madonna has worked a geisha look, pioneered pre-Raphaelite goth, championed cowgirl chic and played the S&M princess. Now, as a fierce fencing Bond girl in both her new music video and as the fencing instructor Verity in the latest Bond film "Die Another Day," she’s struck another fashionable chord.

"Madonna has a great sense of story," says Arianne Phillips, the stylist who has collaborated with the artist on some of her most memorable looks, "and this is another chapter. Madonna’s really prolific and she’s changing all the time. It’s her job to keep the visuals interesting, just like she keeps her music interesting."

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