Beyonce has wowed on three different covers of British Vogue as part of a new special December 2020 issue.
The superstar, 39, also spoke about the global coronavirus pandemic in an accompanying interview, revealing that it has made her want to ‘slow down and shed stressful things’ after 24 years in the music industry.
For one of the covers, Beyonce looks sensational as she showcases her toned figure in a black sheer Thierry Mugler bodysuit which took more than 100 hours to sew.
Wow! Beyonce wowed on three different covers of British Vogue as part of a special December issue (pictured in a sheer Thierry Mugler bodysuit that took more than 100 hours to sew!)
The stunning statement item of clothing has 64 panels, a high-neck, built in gloves and socks with creative director, Casey Cadwallader, developing the bodysuit since 2017.
Styling her blonde locks into a loose hairdo and adding a slick of glamorous make-up, Beyonce looked sensational as she smouldered to the camera and impressively lifted her leg in the air.
For a different cover, the singer wowed in a lime green unitard with a built in bustier on it.
Co-ordinating her entire ensemble, Beyonce teamed the item of clothing with a matching chiffon cape and bucket hat.
Incredible: The superstar, 39, also spoke about the global coronavirus pandemic, revealing that it has made her want to ‘slow down and shed stressful things’ after 24 years doing music
Adding some glamorous touches, the superstar accessorised the look with a gold statement necklace and matching barely-there heels.
For the final cover, Beyonce oozes sophistication in an Alexander McQueen evening jacket with red ruffled detailing at the sides and a pair of tights.
Styling her blonde locks into a sleek sweptback hairdo, the iconic singer accessorised the look with gold jewellery and black patent heels.
Talking in an accompanying interview, the superstar, born Beyonce Giselle Knowles, admitted that she feels ‘absolutely changed’ following the events of 2020 and current global coronavirus pandemic.
Sophisticated: For the final cover, Beyonce oozes sophistication in an Alexander McQueen evening jacket with red ruffled detailing at the sides and a pair of tights
She said: ‘Absolutely changed. It would be difficult to experience life in a pandemic and the current social unrest and not be changed. I have learnt that my voice is clearer when I am still.’
Beyonce sweetly added that she is using the time to make memories with her family – husband Jay-Z, real name Shawn Corey Carter, and their three children – Blue Ivy, eight, and twins Rumi and Sir Carter, three.
She said: ‘I truly cherish this time with my family, and my new goal is to slow down and shed stressful things from my life.
‘I came into the music industry at 15-years-old and grew up with the world watching, and I have put out projects non-stop.’
Family life: Beyonce sweetly added that she is using the time to make memories with her family – husband Jay-Z, real name Shawn Corey Carter, and their three children (pictured in 2019)
Listing off some of her milestones in recent years, Beyonce said: ‘I released Lemonade during the Formation World Tour, gave birth to twins, performed at Coachella, directed Homecoming, went on another world tour with Jay, then Black Is King, all back to back.
‘It’s been heavy and hectic. I’ve spent a lot of time focusing on building my legacy and representing my culture the best way I know how. Now, I’ve decided to give myself permission to focus on my joy.’
Beyonce also said that her children have been her ‘biggest inspiration’ to elevate black and African voices in her creative life.
She said: ‘Something cracked open inside of me right after giving birth to my first daughter. From that point on, I truly understood my power, and motherhood has been my biggest inspiration.
‘It became my mission to make sure she lived in a world where she feels truly seen and valued. I was also deeply inspired by my trip to South Africa with my family.
‘And, after having my son, Sir Carter, I felt it was important to uplift and praise our boys and to assure that they grow up with enough films, children’s books and music that promote emotional intelligence, self-value and our rich history.’
Beyonce poignantly added: ‘That’s why the film is dedicated to him.’
The singer was photographed by Kennedi Carter, 21, who is the youngest photographer to shoot any cover star for British Vogue in its 104-year history.
Read the full feature in the December issue of British Vogue, available via digital download and on newsstands Friday 6th November.
‘Absolutely changed’: Beyonce admitted she feels ‘absolutely changed’ following the events of 2020 and current global coronavirus pandemic (pictured in 2019)