Cover Craze: Beyonce’s Bold British Vogue Cover Shoot!


New Beyoncé music is coming! New Beyoncé music is coming! Not only that, but the superstar songstress, actress, & mother is killing it on the July 2022 cover of British Vogue. In the article “B Ready: Beyoncé Is Poised For Her Next Evolution” by Edward Enninful with glamorously hip & edgy photographs by Rafael Pavarotti, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter ignites the internet with the news of her forthcoming album Renaissance, which will be released on July 29th.

The shoot includes gorgeous looks featuring pieces from legendary & daring names, such as: Alaia, Schiaparelli Haute Couture, Harris Reed & Roker, Tiffany & Co., Junya Watanabe, Lorraine Schwartz, Malakai, Vivienne H. Lake, Eddie Borgo, & Commando. The stunning images were inspired by “a fashion fantasia spun from the tropes of club life during the last century’s final quarter [featuring] mirror balls, light boxes, [and] headdresses,” Enninful claims, which only makes sense for the iconic powerhouse that Beyoncé is, 6 solo records later & after winning 28 Grammy Awards!

Are you excited for Beyoncé’s new album? Which Beyoncé songs are on your summer playlist? Which album is your favorite do far? Which celebrity is your favorite to follow on social media? For more magazine cover posts, check out: Taraji P. Henson for In Style, Margot Robbie for Harper’s Bazaar, Emma Stone for Marie Claire, & Selena Gomez for Vogue! Happy Styling!

Runway Rundown: The Eddie Borgo Accessories Collection for Target Lookbook!


The Eddie Borgo for Target CollectionLast month, Target announced its newest collaboration with accessories designer Eddie Borgo, & now the entire lookbook has hit the web. The collection includes tons of modern jewelry, clutches & bags, as well as whimsical home decor, set to hit stores on July 12th, ranging in price from $7.99 to $49.99. The face of the line is none other than the always gorgeous model & designer darling, Poppy Delevingne.

In the retailer’s press release of the new line, Borgo’s designs are hailed as “the designer’s signature aesthetic – geometric shapes and symbols inspired by sculptural art and architecture – and on-trend textures, colors and finishes (think silver, gold and rose gold combined with materials like hand-poured resin, brass mesh and chains).

Also, Borgo shares, “When designing this collection, I was inspired by the idea of modernizing the 1960s and 1970s craft culture and empowering people to be creative… It’s been exciting to bring the spirit of this collection to life, and I can’t wait to see how Target’s guests make it their own.”

What do you think of Target’s newest collaboration & designer? Are you fan of Target’s previous designer campaigns? For more on the success of these brand name collaborations, check out galleries from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Altuzarra, Prabal Gurung, & Kate Young. To check out more stylish posts, click through the latest red carpet looks from Gigi Hadid & Emilia Clarke, Cara Delevingne’s recent look while promoting Paper Towns, gold wedge espadrilles from Steve Madden & Dress Barn, & my newest summer favorites from Old Navy & H&M. Happy Styling!