Rocking a side French braid, barely-there makeup and a flawless smize, 'Yoncé was the focal point on the black-and-white cover, which was only embellished with her face and name.
In the feature story, the headline, "We Built a City, We Enthroned a Queen, and She Provided the Words, in Her Own Hand," are written above a chart where Bey gives her own opinions on everything Califuk, which the mag describes as their "fair city." Some of the megastar's responses are anything but expected as she honestly gave her thoughts on everything from celebrity culture to her competition.
Some of the responses that stood out the most were, yoga: "Baby Bend Over;" Confidence: "Blue Ivy Carter;" Iconic: "Overused;" Polluted: "Social Media;" Celebrities: "Bi-Polar;" Overpopulated: "My Hair Closet;" and Competition: "Middle Finger." Gotta love Bey!
Back in 2013, Bey covered the publication in what is billed as one of their raciest covers to date. Covered in gold glitter and nothing else, Bey was a vision of high fashion and glamor, a completely contrasting approach to this year's aesthetic.
Also in the feature story for this issue, Bey's upcoming ventures including her Topshop collection coming this fall, and her headlining New York City's Global Citizen Festival at Central Park are mentioned. With Bey just wrapping up her flawless headlining set at Philly's Made in America festival and now this, it's safe to say that something's buzzing, and we can't wait to see what the Queen unveils in the coming months.
Take a look at Bey's full spread here and check a couple of the photos straight outta her IG, below.
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(Photo: Flaunt Magazine, September 2015)