Beyoncé just landed another showstopping magazine cover.
The music icon was photographed front and center for Vogue France's April cover wearing an extraordinary long-sleeved dress that included a head covering and oversized headdress. The look was also embroidered with sparkling jewels all over.
"Superstar is the perfect word to describe Beyoncé, who is now the cover star of Vogue France for the very first time," the publication captioned a post revealing the hard-to-miss cover.
Beyoncé's dazzling cover ensemble is inspired by her 2022 hit album "Renaissance," and a part of a capsule collection created with Balmain's creative director Olivier Rousteing.
The RENAISSANCE Couture by Beyoncé x Balmain line features 16 unique looks that are all themed around songs featured on the album such as "I'm That Girl," "Cozy," and "Church Girl."
Throughout the Vogue France spread, Rousting is seen posing with Beyoncé, embracing her and giving her a kiss on the cheek.
"Dear @beyonce creating this couture collection with you was more than a dream," Rousting wrote in the caption of an Instagram post. "You inspired me everyday since the beginning of my career. Renaissance is more than an album it's FREEDOM , it's STREN[GTH], LOVE and BATTLE FOR A BETTER FUTURE."
He added, "Thank you for being You. For creating together on the rhythm of Renaissance and sharing both arts: music and Fashion together. You were right it's our Virgo Power and I love You forever."