Pop rapper Nicki Minaj covers the October 2014 Music Issue of L’Uomo Vogue. Inside the magazine, Nicki opens up about setting a timeline for her career goals and starting a family before her career is over.
Pop singer Beyoncé covers the Fall 2014 issue of Today’s Black Woman Style Report, a beauty and celebrity hair style guide for women of color.
Beyonce graces the cover wearing her signature blond lacefront wig — a look that is highly favored by her fans so she returns to it often.
Kontrol magazine’s digital issue features lifestyle blogger Tami of Talkingwithtami.com
From Kontrol mag:
Celebrity Blogger Talking with Tami recently did a cover shoot for digital cover “For The Love Of Summer” with Kontrol’s publisher Julian Lark’s cosmetic line Revel By Julian Lark. For the shoot Tami rocked her signature retro bathing suites and 3 fabulous shades of Revel.
Why Tami for the cover? Well according to publisher Julian Lark “It was time to show a full figured real woman on the cover” “Tami is fun, flirty, and exudes fashion, its her time to shine”
On the cover Tami rocks “Quickie” Lipstick. She said its ”Seductive and steamy nights with my beau, yes I have to glide on my Quickie lipstick to rev up those engines! Smooches!”
She added: “When I’m in a retro-mood, I grab for my Spend The Night Lipstick! It definitely reminds me of the 60?s with it’s matte finish and look”.
13-year-old baseball phenom Mo’Ne Davis made the cover of Sports Illustrated. Mo’Ne became the first female to throw a shutout in Little League baseball. She is the first Little League player to ever grace the cover of SI.
Newly single singer Ciara took Us Weekly magazine to task for manipulating her words to suggest that she’s “very, very happy” after breaking up with oversexed rapper Future Hendrix.
In a message posted to her official Twitter page last night, Ciara reminded Us Weekly that a recent interview with the mag’s beauty editor was about her appearances on television’s Degree Women and MTV’s House of Style — not her split from the prolific rapper.
Washed up singer Rihanna covers the September 2014 issue of W magazine. The 26-year-old singer graces the cover of the fashion mag wearing African tribal war gear and a nose ring. Of all the covers Rihanna has posed for in her unimpressive career, this one is the least intriguing and the most hideous.
A NY Times writer is on the hot seat for questioning singer Beyonce‘s status as a fashion Icon. Writer Vanessa Friedman questioned why the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland included 7 of Beyonce’s tour costumes in an exhibit in the Legends of Rock section. Friedman notes that Beyonce is not a legend of rock music, nor is she a fashion icon.