Ciara Overcomes Fear Of Horses For Vogue Arabia Cover


Ciara landed her very first Vogue cover. The Arabian version's February concern options The Crunk Princess hanging a pose alongside two stallions belonging to UAE Royal HH Sheikha Fatima Rashed Al Maktoum. She donned a bohemian Saint Laurent costume and an Alexandre Vauthier hat as she conquered her concern of horses for the glamorous shot.

Editor in Chief, Manuel Arnaut stated, "The editorial with Grammy award-winner Ciara represents all the pieces that I imagine style needs to be. It upholds poetry and fantasy and seems sprinkled with that magic mud that makes you fly to the distant corners of the creativeness. It’s one of many largest productions we've got put collectively."

According to him, the publication's collaboration with Ciara was most constructive. "Getting to know Ciara, who I’ve been listening to since I used to be an adolescent, was a refreshing shock. Unlike many stars of her caliber, she is an absolute pleasure to work with, proving that even with tens of millions of followers and album gross sales, you may hold your ft on the bottom," Arnaut continued.

In the cover story, the singer spoke about her new music. "I’m tremendous excited and my imaginative and prescient for this venture is to inject love into the world with dance," she defined concerning the venture she crafted whereas pregnant together with her second little one. "There was one thing actually particular about that. Being a mom of two made me really feel much more assured, impressed, and fearless."