Beyonce Covers CR Fashion Book
Beyoncé is blending a whole lot of fierce and fashion on the coveted cover of Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book, fittingly crowned Queen B. The publication unveiled its pop princess it-girl today after teasing a sample cover pic of Bey wearing a black sequined, pink puff ball mask on an alternate version of the fall-winter issue.
Unmasked, a fresh faced Bey styles a floral Yohji Yamamoto cape and sleek black stilettos, shooting an ultra-fierce gaze towards the camera.
Inside the issue, Queen Bey ditches her feminine cloak for a corset and a Chanel surfboard, naturally. We’ve never considered surfboards a haute couture commodity before, but hey—if Bey’s wearing it, it’s gotta be good!
In the last shot, the 32-year-old poses in a squat position clad in leggings and what looks like a knotted, oversized sweater. It’s a sort of a high-end praying mantis kind of vibe
Flipping through the glossy, don’t expect to find a revealing tell-all about the singer—instead, she penned a poem titled “Bey the Light.” Remixed by Pulitzer-prize winning Forrest Grander, we’re guessing the sweet poem (a tribute to her precious daughter Blue Ivy, her “biggest muse”) might be a precursor to a new single.
Flip it over to see the photos and let us know if you’re feelin’ these get ups.
Image via CR Fashion Book/PIERRE DEBUSSCHERE