Beyonce Makes Vogue History with September Issue Cover


 |  | By 


Beyonce makes Vogue history with September issue cover

Courtesy of WENN Newsdesk

Beyonce is featured with wet, wavy hair as she models a lavender, flower-embroidered dress on her third Vogue U.S. cover, which also marks only the third time a black woman has featured on the September edition in the magazine’s 123-year history. Supermodel Naomi Campbell and actress Halle Berry have also had the honor.


A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on


  The cover, shot by revered fashion photographer Mario Testino, features the strapline, “Just B: Beyonce And The Art Of Global Domination”, and in the cover article, titled, The Unparalleled Reign of Beyonce, designers including Marc Jacobs and Stella McCartney gush about the R&B powerhouse.  
A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

Dismissing the negative connotations of the term “diva”, Jacobs says, “The word diva is used for so many female performers, and it often means they have reputations for being difficult, but she exudes charm and a lovable quality.”   McCartney states, “She’s the whole package: primal, rare, delicate, beautiful, and powerful. Her appeal crosses art forms, genders, and generations”, and Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci adds, “There is a magnetic presence to her.”   The September 2015 issue of Vogue is set to hit news stands from Friday, August 15, 2015, in the lead up to New York Fashion Week, which kicks off on September 18, 2015.   The cover serves as an early birthday present for Beyonce, who turns 34 on September 4, 2015.
Cheryl Tiegs

Cheryl Tiegs Was the First Ever 'Supermodel;' See the Photos You Forgot About

For the younger generation, the name Cheryl Tiegs might not mean much, but for older folks out there the name will most certainly ring all sorts of bells. Tiegs is considered to be the first "supermodel" to find international fame. At 17, after appearing in a swimsuit ad for Cole bathing suit…

click here to read more