To meet Kennedi Carter, the The 21-year-old Beyoncé fan became the youngest cover photographer in British Vogue history.
Beyonce Knowles-Carter specifically asked that a black woman photograph her for the cover of British Vogue to give Kennedi Carter the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
"I thought I couldn't do anything at this level if I wasn't older and had many years in the game," she said, according to Vogue. "This is for people at the height of their careers."
With the little experience she has, she explained, “I was just in the flow. I'd done a lot of research on how she works and underestimated how ready she is to submit to a vision and truly become someone else's muse, ”says Carter, who worked closely with Parkwood Entertainment's creative director, Kwasi, on the shoot Fordjour, worked together.
As far as to work with Queen B, British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enniful said"Everyone always wants to know what it's like to work with Beyoncé and her incredible team, and the answer is … flawless. Above all, a perfectionist at heart, she wanted it Fashion Moment of positivity when this most difficult year comes to an end. As always with Beyoncé's goals, she got her wish. Enjoy!"
The issue will appear at the newsstand on November 6th.
Last week Beyoncé and adidas published the second iteration their partnership with the adidas x IVY PARK The collection entitled “Drip 2” this time includes clothing with multiple pieces including size and gender-neutral performance equipment, shoes and accessories.