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Social Media Updates (August 4-15)

Klaudia//August 17, 2015
Beyonce recently updated her website with new personal photos.


She shared an outtake from her 2013 photoshoot for Vogue:

"The real cover girl 💙💙 My delicious Blue Blue at 11 months."

Over the last two weeks the singer also took to social media on several occasions:

• to write a birthday message to President Barack Obama: "Wishing you a happy birthday, President Barack Obama!"

• congratulate Salma Hayek on her new movie: "Congratulations Salma Hayek Pinault. Such a beautiful story <3 https://www.gibransprophetmovie.com/"

• and remember Mike Brown: "Today we will honor you and continue to fight for society to respect the humanity of all people. You are forever in our hearts. "

Vogue Cover Story: The Reign of Beyoncé

Klaudia//August 17, 2015
There’s only one September issue, and there’s only one Beyoncé. Preview the story by Margo Jefferson and get a rare personal glimpse of the icon in an exclusive video.

What do we want from the glamorous, powerful women we call divas or icons or cultural forces? We want them to want—and in our names get—everything they possibly can. Success in work and love. Sexual pleasure. Money and power. We want them to embody multiple fantasies. We want them to make us believe that exciting realities are just around the corner.

It used to be that the great pop stars with fashion and style gave us small variations on one grand theme. Tina Turner: minidresses and honey tresses. Janis Joplin: boas, bangles, and bell-bottoms. Cher: spangled striptease getups with mythic Third World touches. Nowadays fashion isn’t about the grand theme, it’s about juxtaposition, and it’s filled with allusions to movie and art history; to music and dance styles; to iconographies of race and ethnicity, religion and gender. Madonna opened the door to this collage approach. Today we see it in the wigs, masks, and sculpted costumes of Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj, the restless dazzle of Rihanna’s couture choices. And, of course, in the music, dance, decor, and looks of the ultimate streamed collage: Beyoncé.

Read the rest of the cover story and the entire September issue as early as August 14 via Amazon or by picking it up in Target stores. The issue officially hits newsstands on August 25. See below for images from the story and an exclusive video from Beyoncé.


Beyoncé Introduces Her Collection of Flash Tattoos

Klaudia//August 17, 2015
To say that everything Beyoncé touches turns to gold would certainly be to state the obvious, but today’s exciting news is quite a literal interpretation of this idea. We’ll get right to the point: We’ve been chosen by Beyoncé (one of our absolute favorite CR stars!) to exclusively announce her new collaboration with Flash Tattoos, the jewelry-inspired temporary tattoo company solely responsible for launching the metallic tattoo craze. In this powerful photo series corresponding with today’s announcement, Beyoncé herself models the ‘Beyonce’ pack of gold and black tattooable jewelry that she creatively directed and co-designed with the famed brand.

Beyoncé’s tattoo-laden, yet rawly captured photoshoot took place in a private studio after she styled herself in the product as she saw fit; As you scroll through, note all of the intricate details and let them inspire you to craft your own version of ink-like adornment (or proceed to copy Beyoncé directly, as she’s clearly done an expert job).

The collaboration will offer options that range from honeycomb cuffs and Beyhive-centric designs to Bey’s most powerful lyrics in the form of a sexy, tattoo script, letting you metaphorically belt out Bey’s lyrics (“I woke up like this,” or “Pretty Hurts") in a distinctly new way. The collaborative curation will be made available in 5 sheets of tattoos—57 individual pieces altogether—to be worn separately or, as Beyoncé has often done in the past, layered atop one another to create an entirely new look.

Alas, we must not fail to mention that today's stripped down visuals of Beyoncé in her designers are available to purchase right now at flashtat.com. We suggest you arrive before your fellow Beyhive members beat you to it.

Click here to learn how Flash Tattoos founder Miranda Burnet united with Beyoncé, a Flash Tattoo fan.

Beyonce poses for new Givenchy campaign

Klaudia//May 8, 2015
Beyonce was spotted on a rooftop during a photoshoot in New York City for a new campaign with Givenchy on Thursday morning.

Before getting in front of the camera, the singer had some last minute work done as a make-up artist brushed up her cleavage in a low-cut number from the luxury French couture brand.

She made sure to show off her newly slimmed down figure in some of the upcoming looks for the highly-touted luxury brand including that black cleavage-bearing number.

The Single Ladies hitmaker donned a stylish black hooded dress, which was cut to show off some of her best assets including bust and enviable legs.

Beyonce had her blonde locks tied back in an elegant bun as she sported natural, complimentary make-up on her face.

The wife of rapper Jay Z also sported an intricate burgundy number featuring a patterned beaded detailing around the torso and mesh sleeves.

She accessorised the ravishing red look with a pair of dangling ruby earrings as she put on her best poses for the Givenchy shoot.

The Single Ladies hitmaker was not the only big star in attendance at the shoot as she was joined by creative director for the fashion house: Riccardo Tisci.

Beyonce certainly seems to have a good rapport with the 40-year-old Italian fashion designer, who also has a friendship with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, as they shared a few laughs and even cuddled up for a few pictures together.

Beyoncé Covers T Magazine

Klaudia//June 3, 2014
Beyoncé covers the latest issue of T, The New York Times Style Magazine, on stands Sunday, June 15th and online now. Read the full article and see the photoshoot below.

The Woman on Top of the World
A few years ago, Beyoncé Knowles was like any other record-breaking pop star in an already crowded field. Then something changed.

If you’ve ever seen Beyoncé Knowles astride a concert stage or a red carpet, you know she is a woman with a flair for dramatic entrances. But no previous coup de théâtre prepared the world for the arrival of the singer’s fifth full-length solo record, “Beyoncé,” the “visual album” that airdropped onto iTunes at midnight on Dec. 13, 2013. For months, the music press had seethed with speculation about Beyoncé’s delayed record release, with rumors of disastrous studio sessions and dozens of scrapped songs. “There is utter disarray in Beyoncé’s camp,” the website MediaTakeOut.com hissed. It was an unheard-of turn of events for Beyoncé, whose career had been a testament to, as it were, array: a regal, orderly parade from hit to hit, milestone to milestone, strength to strength.


Beyonce covers Time's '100 Most Influential People' issue

Klaudia//April 24, 2014


The cover of Time‘s annual “100 Most Influential People” issue has been revealed — and its star is none other than Beyoncé.

As the cover star, Beyoncé gets to sit with the “Titans” section of the list alongside Pharrell Williams, Hillary Clinton and Jeff Bezos.

As is tradition, each Most Influential pick is accompanied by a short explanation written by a famous admirer. In this case, Lean In creator Sheryl Sandberg weighs in on what makes Bey worthy of number one:

Beyoncé doesn’t just sit at the table. She builds a better one. Today she sits at the head of the boardroom table at Parkwood Entertainment.

In December, she took the world by surprise when she released a new album, complete with videos, and announced it on Facebook and Instagram. Beyoncé shattered music-industry rules — and sales records.

One song includes words by novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: “We say to girls, ‘You can have ambition, but not too much.’ ” Beyoncé has insisted that girls “run the world” and declared, “I’m not bossy, I’m the boss.” She raises her voice both on- and offstage to urge women to be independent and lead.