Besides a hard nose for business, Madonna's image that accompanied each new song, video or movie has been a driving force behind her success. She has had a zillion incarnations and all of them still seem to spark public interest. In my opinion, the reason Madonna is still a relevant force is because she continues to change and grow and do new and exciting projects. It's also due to the fact that in our heads there have been different "Madonnas" that we have loved. It's tough to get tired of Madonna if she continues to take on new personas - new looks - new styles. As soon as you thought you had figured her out, she'd change. Looking back there have been so many truly unique and drastically different looks that it's almost as if they were different people all together. Think of all the "Madonnas" there were in the 80s alone - you had the Like a Virgin Madonna, the bleached blond True Blue Madonna, the kissin' a black priest Like a Prayer Madonna then came the Express yourself Madonna with the fitted men's suit and exposed severe conical bra. Her image became as talked about as her music, if not more. Madonna has stated that her constantly changing look had nothing to do with marketing or anything calculated like that - she said it was just her changing her mind. If she was inspired by something she saw or something she was working on, her look would follow suit. Regardless, it has worked for her. She's an iconic figure because she has captured the public's attention for decades and given them what they wanted when they wanted it. She has been the catholic rebel and then Kabbalah devotee, the vixen and then the saint, the sex object and then the mother figure, the know it all and then the fool. She has played each of these roles so well that it's tough to know who she really is. For this Madonna Monday post, I'm focusing my attention on videos and clips that highlight the ever changing icon. These clips below are all fan created mash ups of her songs featuring all of her truly brilliant looks. Each clip captures an ever changing woman who, whether you still agree or not, has been at the forefront of creativity and self-expression for over 25 years. It's funny to see all the different Madonnas that we've been introduced to over the years. Which is your favorite? Which did you like the most? Enjoy. xox.