Beyoncé graces Vogue’s Shape Issue cover. Photographed by Mario Testino, Queen Bee’s pictures are not impressive in a fashion kind of way but more in a depersonalization perspective.
Beyoncé was cut out from her stage persona, her Sasha Fierce ego was completely peeled off thus revealing a simple girl looking just great with no more than earrings smaller than her very earlobe. (the story continues right after the jump, don’t miss the gallery with all the Beyoncé pictures from this Vogue April 2009)
I’m having a little trouble going through their “Real Women Have Curves” slogan! How do you deal with that without making it look discriminative and offensive? (photos via tfs)