Shot by Robin Harper, the rare cover appearance by Queen Bey is literally a work of art in thanks to internationally renowned artist, Urs Fischer, who transformed the global sensation into a collage of paint and photography. The special spring/summer 2016 edition of the glossy features the 34-year-old smoldering in cornrows without a hint of eye makeup.
Sporting a nude lip and bronzed skin, the "Drunk in Love" songstress goes au naturel for the cover of the biannual art and fashion magazine where she peeks over her bare shoulder. "The lawmaker" accessorized the minimal look with a simple chain necklace and six small hoop earrings.
Recently, we've been seeing Beyoncé on some of the biggest stages in the world (we're talking the Super Bowl and the Grammys) sporting her signature tight, long curls and slicked back updos, which of course, are beautiful. But we must admit, it's refreshing to see Mrs. Carter opting for natural cornrows this time around.
The issue hits newsstands Mar 14th.
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