Oprah Winfrey Shoots Four Covers For “O” Magazine


Looking good, Oprah!

The media mogul showcased four dramatic looks for the cover of her upcoming O: The Oprah Magazine next month, which reflected October’s theme of “Seeing Life Through a New Lens.”

Oprah posed in a yellow Badgley Mischka caftan, an emerald and diamond ring by Nina Runsdorf as well as an emerald and diamond link bracelet by Sanjay Kasliwal. Her face cradled in her hand is seen beaming while being surrounded by a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Among her other photographs, the talk show host channeled her inner “Little Red Riding Oprah” as she donned a red hood, diamonds and fierce purple eyeshadow that accentuated her eyes.

“As it turns out, none of us is ‘normal’,” she tells the publication, speaking of how utterly each and everyone one of us is. “Which means that all of us are.”

Two other shoots had Oprah throwback to the 1990’s with her crop bangs. The TV personality pairs her white blouse and trendy collar by Teri Jon with bold red lipstick and earrings by Roberto Coin.

Last, but certainly not least, she embraced Beyoncé in a theme that showed off her penchant for jewelry in a diamond halo and matching handpieces by Yeprem.

Oprah endured her 12-hour photo shoot marathon on two hours of sleep from the night before, but completed the challenge with poise.

Keep scrolling to check out the other three covers. Do you think Oprah can pull them off? Tell us in the comments below!

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(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NAACP Image Awards/ O: The Oprah Magazine)