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Beyonce Covers The September Issue Of Vogue

Beyonce becomes the first black female artist to appear on the September issue of Vogue.

The most anticipated magazine cover of the year is finally here and it stars none other than Beyonce.

Yes, Queen B is Vogue's September cover girl, marking the first time the glossy has featured a black female artist on its September cover (the only other two black women to land a Vogue September issue cover are Naomi Campbell and Halle Berry).

Naturally, the 33-year-old superstar looks ***Flawless, wearing a dusty rose dress lace dress floral appliques by Marc Jacobs and a burgundy sequined blazer draped casually over her right shoulder, Her face is left bare, save for a bold brow, and her hair styled in the "wet look," adding to the mermaid-appeal of the Mario Testino-photographed cover.

This also marks a historical moment for Marc Jacobs who is the first designer to be featured on two Vogue covers in a row (Nicole Kidman wore his designs on the August issue of the glossy).

This marks the third time Beyonce has been on Vogue -- she previously appeared on the March 2013 issue and on the April 2009 issue. And according to Fashionista, this cover is somewhat of a "get" for Vogue, as the singer has declined to give an interview for more than a year. But as the mag puts it, "there's only one September issue, and there's only one Beyonce." We say it's a match made in heaven.

Vogue's September 2015 issue will first be available online via Amazon starting Friday, August 14, then will hit newsstands August 18.

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