While Rihanna’s crystal invisa-gown still has our jaws floored, Beyonce covers T, The New York Times Style Magazine.
In playful spread, the glossy imprint captures the essence of a woman who has it all and still won’t slow down. Simple but stunning, the Grammy-winner rocks out in three looks: a crisp white tee and skin-tight leather pants, an embellished dress, lots of leg, and colorful kicks, and of course, the cover shot, where her dazzling neckline competes with her million-dollar smile.
“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,’” Jody Rosen writes on boundless Bey as she dissects her winning formula that’s turned the Houston native into a household name.
While we fawn over “The Woman on Top of the World,” check out the rest of her T pics and plus photos from her Hampton retreat.
All Photos Credit: T Magazine