The music icon dons a cowboy hat, marks a new Tiffany & Co. sponsorship and reflects on what she's learned as she approaches her 40th birthday.
It's a teaser for the upcoming Met Gala, featuring Precious Lee, Kaia Gerber, Bella Hadid and more.
The designer and 15 Percent Pledge founder was illustrated by painter Jordan Casteel for one cover; Kerry James Marshall created a fictional figure, wearing Off-White, for the other.
The model and actor stars in the magazine's "Future of Beauty" issue.
That's 26 editions!
No corporate office vibes here.
We reviewed this year's batch of September covers from nine leading U.S. fashion publications, and compared them to September issues going back to 2015.
The cover is the first shot by a Black photographer in "Vogue"'s 126-year history.
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The singer will also perform at the magazine's annual "Icons" party during New York Fashion Week.
This comes two years after American "Vogue" employed the same cover line.
For the first time ever.
#Voguestagram--it's not just for people, guys.
The September issues are generally regarded as the most important issue of the year for fashion magazines. Everything about them--from the number of ad pages to the cover star--is picked apart and analyzed to determine the overall health of the magazine. And despite all the talk of the death of print media, glossy September issues have only gotten bigger and bigger. So how does it come together? How do those several-hundred page backache-inducing tomes get made? Glamour EIC Cindi Leive was kind enough to indulge our curiousity and let us in on the process.
Things keep looking up for the publishing industry. Magazine ad pages (with some notable exceptions) have been steadily increasing over the past few years--a trend that, according to WWD, we can expect to continue: The trade reports that this year's September issues are the biggest since 2008, right before the recession hit.
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