Beyoncé Might Be Covering Vogue’s September Issue & The Memes Are Iconic
31 July 2018, 14:28
"The LEGEND jumped out"
Beyoncé has reportedly been given "unprecedented control" over Vogue's September issue, according to a report from HuffPost.
According to sources who spoke with HuffPost, Beyoncé will have control over the cover, captions, and photographs of herself inside the issue. If that wasn't enough, Beyoncé also reportedly commissioned a young black photographer to shoot the cover, a first in the publication's 126 year history.
Needless to say, the internet is well and truly shook because the history making icon jumped out. The internet's reactions to Vogue reportedly offering Beyoncé this kind of control are as iconic as the news itself.
Beyoncé was really given full creative control and hired the first black photographer to shoot the cover of Vogue. The LEGEND jumped out pic.twitter.com/R4XNYCU0W6— Kevin (@wanttobeyonce) July 30, 2018
Beyonce: I want full control— Stud Shenanigans (@jazzvjack) July 30, 2018
"Beyoncé, given unprecedented control over Vogue’s September issue cover, hired the first black photographer to shoot a cover in the publication’s 126-year history." pic.twitter.com/CjeWs2deAp— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@BeyLegion) July 30, 2018
Beyoncé at all the Vogue meetings: pic.twitter.com/bGoMdFBi2a— House of 🐝 (@ReignsBey) July 30, 2018
Beyoncé really walked into Vogue like pic.twitter.com/cW08pLhgGZ— God Is A Woman (@KingBeyonceStan) July 30, 2018
Beyoncé discussing her September issue shoot with Anna Wintour in the Vogue conference room pic.twitter.com/bQEt5MVPpK— BAD MOTHERF*CKER (@lemonyonce) July 30, 2018
Predictably, people are pleased that Bey leveraged her influence to bring along young black talent. So, who is the 23-year-old reportedly set to become the magazine's first black cover photographer?
Who is Tyler Mitchell, Beyoncé's reported Vogue photographer?
According to his website, Tyler Mitchell is a 23-year-old New York based photographer. He has worked with publications like Dazed, Teen Vogue, and The FADER as well as brands like Mercedes Benz and Givenchy.
You may have also seen his filmaking work. Tyler Mitchell directed Kevin Abstract's 2015 music video "Echo" as well as Brockhampton's "Dirt".