I have uploaded screenshots of Beyoncé‘s upcoming H&M Video Campaign Ad. The Jonas Akerlund helmed clip will be released on May 2nd.
» 2013 Photoshoots: H&M Campaign Jonas Akerlund Ad
Check out some newly released H&M Campaign photos from Beyoncé‘s H&M summer line, coming soon.
» 2013 Photoshoots: H&M Campaign
Check out photos as well as an interview snippet from Beyoncé‘s feature in the upcoming issue of VOGUE UK:
She is a mother, multimillionaire, and arguably the biggest pop star on the planet (Lucy Bannerman writes).
But a feminist?
“That word can be very extreme,” Beyoncé tells Vogue. “But I guess I am a modern-day feminist. I do believe in equality. Why do you have to choose what type of woman you are? Why do you have to label yourself anything? I’m just a woman and I love being a woman.
“If you’re attractive then you can’t be sexy, and you can’t be intelligent? What is all of that?”
She describes pregnancy and motherhood as a sensual experience. “The purpose of my body became completely different. The way I view it and everything. There’s a sensuality and an audacity that I’m OK with sharing. And I’m not uncomfortable about it. I’m not shy about it. And I feel like it’s important for women not to lose that sense of sensuality.”
The singer will headline a concert in Twickenham on June 1 as part of an international campaign to raise funds for female empowerment.
HOT TOPIC: It’s still wintry in Sweden, but that country’s most famous retailer, H&M, tapped Beyoncé to heat up its summer advertising push. The recording artist is to appear in television commercials, print ads and billboards – and she also had a hand in designing looks in the collection. (Read More…)
We’ve posted one photo and now here is the rest of Beyoncé‘s “Shape” magazine photoshoot spread as well as a high quality version of her April 2013 cover!
Check out the cover as well as a photo from Beyoncé‘s April Shape Magazine feature.
Check out an additional scan and 2 more photoshoot photos from Beyoncé‘s The Gentlewoman Magazine feature.
Beyoncé has hit out at the lack of powerful women within the music industry.
“I’m controlling my content, controlling my brand and archiving it for my daughter and making sure she has it and she respects it but there’s not enough of us that become moguls.
Vogue has unveiled Beyoncé‘s entire photoshoot spread. Enjoy!
Has there ever been a steeper, stranger, more rollicking two-week roller coaster in American pop-cultural life than the one Beyoncé Knowles rode from the middle of January (not long after I interviewed her for Vogue) into early February? The craziness started, of course, with that national anthem on the Capitol steps; Beyoncé’s soaring rendition was lavishly praised at first, but then it was revealed to have been sung to a prerecorded track. The resulting uproar was noisy and blustery and as close to a scandal as Beyoncé had experienced in her life; for an artist accustomed to controlling the narrative, it was unfamiliar, awkward territory. It got nasty—Beyoncé was shoved forward as a symbol of a synthetic generation—and yet she said nothing for ten days, until surfacing in a white Olcay Gulsen minidress at a Super Bowl press conference in New Orleans on January 31. There, she opened by singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” again—clearly live—in a soulful and satisfying and very much Beyoncé way. As a bit of crisis-management stagecraft, it was a knockout, and after Beyoncé sailed through to the “home of the brave,” she smiled and offered two words to her skeptics: