Just hours after the announcement of the tidal title of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter’s upcoming, long-awaited seventh studio album titled “Renaissance”, the superstar is back on the biggest cover of fashion: British enjoyment. The evolution of Multihyphenate from one of the most beloved stars of pop culture to creative power is further illustrated in its July 2022 cover feature, where he sits on a horse after Aleya Luke from head to toe. The velvet gown was complemented by a sleek feathered headpiece with a pair of gloves, Eddie Borgo earrings by British American brand Harris Reed and Vivian Lake. It was the addition of another masterpiece of the dream of life by his personal stylist, Marni Cenofont, in collaboration with Edward Eninful, editor-in-chief of British Vogue.
Knowles and CenoFont have created many iconic fashion moments – style moments shared between the Oscar star and her eldest daughter Blue Ivy Carter, David Coma and Adidas X Ivy Park from head to toe in neon green clothing – and this enjoyable editorial is definitely no exception. Among the most classic Kutcher brands in the industry, such as Schiaparelli and Alaïa, the stylist has decorated the singer-songwriter with emerging labels that are consistent with the shoot’s avant-garde theme, most notably, Harris Reid.
“Mirror ball, light box, headdress? Of course. A horse on the dance floor? Of course.”
In addition to the impressive headpieces from the cover, the singer’s full-black, leather-looking British footwear brand Rocker also has Reed’s first “H-Boots” collection platform knee-high boots. Reflecting the opportunity, Reed headlined an Instagram post: “I grew up watching her videos in my room, trying so hard to make every dance to the best of my ability, singing, crying and dancing, even to the point of enlightening the 5%.” The light is shining in this world … I hope for my queers and the people who have set foot in this world who are truly loud, proud, and turn their heads to use fashion as their weapon to change, converse and invite! “
The vision of the shoot, which highlights Knowles’ innate ability to turn a magazine cover into a work of art, and photographed by Rafael Pavarotti, describes it as: , Headdress? Of course. A horse on the dance floor? From the scene (extra 80s), talking about hair and beauty and getting to know her team, a vision of bright retro-futurism is beginning to take shape. “
Despite her steadfast and unwavering devotion to privacy, “Be Alive” singer invited Eniful for a casual Sunday night dinner at her LA home, reaffirming her commitment to work with Prafulla’s editor again after their collaboration in December 2020. British enjoy cover. If this splashing feature is an indication of what might come from his upcoming album, then, as the cover goes, we’re all set to “warm up” for Knowles this summer. Float in the beauty of her British indulgence dress up front.