She woke up like this!
Beyoncé brings her undeniable beauty the latest issue of T, The New York Times Style Magazine. In the chic spread, shot by Juergen Teller, Queen Bey looks gorgeous with tousled locks and her million-dollar smile.
The “Drunk In Love” songstress, who kicks of her “On the Run” tour with hubby Jay Z on June 28, shows that less is more in the pictorial. On the cover shot, she wears a Louis Vuitton leather dress paired with a multi-colored jewel necklace. And in other pic, she stuns in a white Vince T-shirt and skin-tight black letter pants.
The cover story, titled “The Woman on Top of the World,” focuses on Queen Bey’s game-changing year. “If you’ve ever seen Beyoncé Knowles astride a concert stage or a red carpet, you know she is a woman with a flair for dramatic entrances. But no previous coup de théâtre prepared the world for the arrival of the singer’s fifth full-length solo record, Beyoncé, the visual album that airdropped onto iTunes at midnight on Dec. 13, 2013,” writes Jody Rosen. “Black women have always been dominant figures in American popular music, but no one, not even Aretha Franklin, has reached the plateau that Beyoncé occupies: pop star colossus, adored bombshell, ‘America’s sweetheart.’”
The new issue of T magazine is on newsstands now. Check out more pics from the shoot below.
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