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Justin and Hailey Bieber Cover the March 2019 Issue of 'Vogue'

The couple get their first official fashion shoot together as Mr. and Mrs.
Justin and Hailey Bieber on the March 2019 cover of "Vogue." Photo: Annie Leibovitz

Justin and Hailey Bieber on the March 2019 cover of "Vogue." Photo: Annie Leibovitz

Justin and Hailey (née Baldwin) Bieber have their first official cover and fashion shoot together as Mr. and Mrs. — and no, we're not talking about People Magazine. The newlyweds, who married at a New York City courthouse last September, grace the March 2019 cover of Vogue, which was shot by by Annie Leibovitz in California and revealed on Thursday morning.

In true Bieber fashion, the tattooed, sleazecore-pioneering singer rarely wears a shirt throughout, while Hailey is seen modeling a Stella McCartney bodysuit, dresses by Paco Rabanne, Dior and Valentino, a Dolce & Gabbana pajama shirt with a matching bikini, as well as a Billabong wetsuit. For the cover itself, Justin is dressed in Dior Homme shorts and Hailey wears Prada.

In an interview with writer Rob Haskell, the two open up about their "passionate, not-always-easy but absolutely all-in romance." (He calls her his "baby boo.") Plus, we learn a little bit more about the singer's recently launched fashion line Drew. "The vibe is a house in the San Fernando Valley where everyone is welcome: corduroy, primary colors, grunge and skater influences," describes Vogue. Ryan Good, who served as Justin's longtime stylist and road manager, is the creative director, and the two design the line together while following a drop business model.

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But back to the Biebers: There's a slight superstition that when couples agree to do a shoot for Vogue their relationship often turns sour. (Gigi Hadid and Zayn MalikA$AP Rocky and Chanel Iman, Adam Levine and Anne V., Kate Moss and Jamie Hince, just to name a few examples.) Of course, that's not always the case — Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still going strong! — and we wish only the best for the loved-up baby boos.

To see more from the shoot and read the full interview, head to Vogue.com

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