Beyoncé rocks black and white in one of two covers for each magazine.
Beyoncé is determined to “Run the World.” The sexy singer hit one of the covers for the July/August 2010 issue of L’Uomo Vogue (sports player Novak Djokovic takes another cover) in a euro chic look of a black tuxedo jacket, white shirt and bowtie by Dior Homme with Acne shorts, N.Y. vintage hat and Tom Ford shoes. Bossy look for the Queen (err, King, as she declared in another promo pic)!
On W’s June Music and Style issue, Bey goes funkier on one of the covers (Christina Aguilera snagged the other). She's popping the collar of her unbuttoned sheer blouse, which dips down to a waist-cinching skirt. A cap obscures one of her smoky eyes, and pouty pink lips add color to her black and white outfit, which is accessorized with statement making jewelry.
Although all of Bey’s recent covers (including Essence and Dazed & Confused magazines) have high levels fierceness, she insists that you won't find her infamous alter ego on her upcoming album, 4. "I killed off Sasha Fierce. I don't need her anymore," she told British mag Dazed. "I am Sasha Fierce. I'm much more interested in showing people the sensitive, the passionate, the compassionate person that I am. More so than Sasha Fierce."
(Photos: Vogue Magazine; W Magazine)