Kylie Jenner just turned 21 this month and has been celebrating with parties and tons of expensive gifts from family and friends BUT covering Vogue for the first time has to be a dream come true for the almost billionaire. The young mom and beauty mogul looks so stunning make-up free on the September cover of Vogue Australia.
Whether you are a 80s baby, 90s baby, or apart of generation z, you can and will appreciate the next fall fashion and beauty trends as displayed by fall magazine issues. Three recently released September issues from Vogue, Vogue UK, and Marie Claire are giving me vintage (black) Hollywood beauty vibes and permission for us to rock #tbt ‘fits in the coming fall.
Beyonce rocks a flower crown on the US cover of Vogue which is making history of its own – Anna Wintour gave Beyonce full editorial and creative control of her September issue and choose a young black photographer to capture all of her blackness and beauty.
Zendaya’s Bardot Half bun on Marie Claire makes her look like an old Hollywood actress – so pretty and glamorous.
Rihanna has the most shocking cover of the three because she is wearing skinny retro eyebrows for Vogue UK.
Vogue’s highly anticipated September 2018 issue has arrived, and with it, a beautiful cover staring the Queen, Beyoncé.
This issue is so iconic because it’s black excellence at it’s finest – Queen Bey on the cover for the 4th time looking like a work of art (literally), along with her having complete creative and editorial control – choosing 23-year-old black photographer named Tyler Mitchell. The up-and-coming photographer hails from Atlanta with a degree from the Tisch School of Arts at New York University. He is also the first black photographer to shoot for Vogue in it’s 126-year history. This September issue is the largest of it’s kind too!
The interview took place during the last leg of Beyoncé and Jay-Z OTRII tour and she opened up about her pregnancy with the twins (she suffered from toxemia and had to be on bed rest for a month) and how hard she was on herself about getting back in shape after giving birth.
“I think it’s important for women and men to see and appreciate the beauty in their natural bodies,” Beyoncé said during the interview. “That’s why I stripped away the wigs and hair extensions and used little makeup for this shoot. To this day my arms, shoulders, breasts, and thighs are fuller.”