Anna Wintour decided Ariana Grande is grown-up enough to grace the Vogue cover. For the first time, the “God Is A Woman” singer gets a makeover and makes a debut for the August issue. Goodbye signature pony and hello oversized summer hat!
Ariana and her dog, Toulouse, are photographed together by Annie Leibowitz as they lounge beachside. In the issue, she spills on her style choices and her career. The songstress stresses that her look works, which is why she chooses the usual outfit combos we now associate with her name. Indeed, she created a signature style that’s recognizable around the globe, making your Halloween outfit dressing super-easy (thanks, Ariana)!
Pharrell Willians, her close friend, also comments in the Vogue story, calling her an “R-rated version of a Disney character.”
Indeed, Ariana agrees with Pharrell about playing a certain role. “I like having my funny character that I play that feels like this exaggerated version of myself. It protects me. But also I love disrupting it for the sake of my fans and making clear that I’m a person—because that’s something I enjoy fighting for. I can’t help disrupt it.”