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Ciara is featured in October’s issue of Vanity Fair Italy. See below these stunning photos by Markus & Koala (clik on the images to see bigger pictures):


Ciara is the cover girl of UK magazine The Sunday Times Style. You can read full article here (you need to subscribe first). Thanks to @HGreybt, you can see what’s inside of the magazine below: Read More…

Check out our gallery to find out what’s inside September Issue of ‘Shape’ Magazine featuring CiCi. Go to your local story to pick up your copy!


via Shape Magazine: Our kickass September cover girl Ciara has come a long way from Goodies—her 2004 debut, chart-topping album. In the past year alone, 29-year-old has released her sixth studio album, starred in the NBC series I Can Do That, went on tour, and had a baby, just to name a few. (She also started a much-talked-about relationship with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, a frequent fixture on her Instagram!)

We caught up the singer in the middle of the video shoot for her single “Dance Like We’re Making Love” and found out how she stays strong and focused on success.

On losing her baby weight: “When I was pregnant with Future, one thing I learned quickly was, don’t ever let a pregnant lady be hungry, because when I was, I was like the Tasmanian Devil! I indulged in all the good food the world has to offer. After he was born—when I couldn’t exercise yet—I kept eating, and I gained 60 pounds. But as soon as the doctor said I could start training again, I was on the treadmill the very next day. Once I got back into it, I worked out two or three times daily. I would go to Gunnar [Peterson] first for my one-hour training session, then I’d have two more cardio sessions later in the day. That, along with a really clean eating plan, was how I lost 60 pounds in four months. It was a very intense program, and I was extremely focused on it.”
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In this behind the scenes video from her shoot, first-time Shape cover model Ciara dishes on her latest album, becoming a new mom, and how she dropped the 60 pounds she gained during her pregnancy (burgers and French fries included!).

Pick up the September issue, on newsstands August 18, for more!

Click on the image below to see the video:


Ciara, once the princess of ‘Crunk music, now the face of Roberto Cavalli, though her career has stalled a few times Ciara has had thirteen long years in the music industry, and her new album, Jackie, marks a new incarnation. In this issue Pride sits down with the RnB songstress to talk motherhood, being fearless, fashion, and everything in between.

Get your copy of the June Issue Now, in stores or via the Pride App.

Ciara graces the cover of L’Officiel Singapore magazine’s May 2015 issue. She looks amazing!

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Looks like CiCi will grace another magazine cover! Yesterday, Ciara was shooting for L’OFFICIEL Singapore in NYC. Francesco Carrozzini⚡️did the photoshoot. It hits newsstands May 1st! Check out the photos from the set. Source.


Ciara comes in and shakes my hand. She is magnificent: tall and slim, long jet black hair, eyes like a Byzantine Madonna, perfect complexion. Without a trace of make-up, she is wearing a long men’s t-shirt and a pair of spotless white high-top sneakers.

Whenever you meet a celebrity for the first time you never know what to expect: on screen or in glossy magazines they appear beautiful, mysterious, with a magnetic sensuality. Then when you meet them in person, they turn out to be just pretty girls. Ciara is different. The more you look at her, the more beautiful she is. What is most striking is her inexhaustible energy.

Before the interview with the R&B-pop singer, dancer, producer, model and actress (she has made three films, and appeared in the TV series The game), I listened to a dozen of her songs and watched around fifteen of her videos on YouTube. In black and white or in colour, performing rap or hip hop, strutting and winking, she is the all-consuming femme fatale. Twisting and writhing, she skims the floor and soars through the air like a sequence from Matrix. She pays tribute toMichael Jacksonin white top and skinny black jeans – repeating his dance steps, and the public goes wild. Aggressively sexy, in “Ride” she straddles an imposing buffalo. With no inhibitions.

Ciara Princess Harris, known simply as Ciara (pronounced See-err-uh) began writing songs at the age of 13. Today, at 29, with five albums and sales of seven million disks to her name, she is one of the veterans of the music industry. She has worked with legendary producers (Luke Boy, Polow Da Don), top musicians (Pharrell, will.i.am) and bestselling pop artists (LudacrisNicki Minaj, Missy Elliott and Justin Timberlake).

Her videos are explicitly naughty and daring. The basic ingredients are a rap background, luxury car, high top sneakers, furs, and lots of sex – suggested, imagined, provoked, consumed. Her goal is to show it, simulate it, joke about it, celebrate it, and above all sing and dance about it. “I love to express my sensuality, it makes me feel good. I think that goes for all women, we all want to express our sexuality. It is a form of power, it makes you feel self assured, in control. Every woman wants to feel sexy, and I like to play with hints and suggestions, turn it into a performance”. In this she succeeds like few others. To get an idea, go and watch her video “Ride”.

For Ciara, sexuality is a form of empowerment, and her idols are all world famous alpha-females like Missy Elliott, Madonna and Oprah. But her real god is Michael Jackson, “the most important world presence in the history of music”.

I am curious about her history. Born in Texas, to Austin, Ciara comes from a military family, her father from New York, her mother from Atlanta. “I’m a real military brat, an only child, brought up at different army bases, a little here, a little there: Germany, Arizona, Georgia and California. I learned early on how to adapt to new places, make new friends, and start over. It came in handy later on, when I was away from home on tour for months on end. But my roots are in Atlanta where I have my home and my family. I’m a Georgia Peach. That’s what they call Atlanta girls”, she laughs. From her father she learned discipline, and to be organized, punctual and never lazy. She started working when she was very little. “I’ve been dancing since I could walk, and singing since I could talk. I’ve always had a total, absolute relationship with music. I always knew what I wanted to do with my life, that I had something special in me, a God-given gift”.

You could even say that her first professional encounter came by the grace of God. “I always believed in the power of convictions, and words. I talked music with everyone, with nothing particular in mind. Then one day they asked me if I wanted to do an audition for a band. That same evening I went along with my mother, and they hired me». A year later Ciara began her solo career. At 15 she was writing songs and signed her first contract. And she never looked back.

I ask her about her relationships with men. It can’t be easy for a woman in the male-dominated music industry. “I’ve always been strong. I learned early on how to deal with men. For them interaction is based on looks. That’s the first thing they are interested in, so you have to learn right away to win their respect“. She made her debut album “Goodies” when she was 19, aimed at girls her own age (“don’t treat me like an object, or you will never have me”). With Like a Boy, a few years later, she reaffirmed her independence as a young woman in the male world of rap and hip hop (“come on girl, do like he does…”).

She is currently finishing her sixth album (it has no title yet), due out in spring. “It will be an authentic album, real. I talk openly and honestly about my emotions as a woman, mother, about my ambitions, but also my vulnerability, my happy moments and my sad moments”. She pauses. “You know, now that I have Future (Future Zahir Wilburn) with me, my angel, I am happy”. Then a surprise: Ciara wells up with tears as she talks about her seven months’ old child from a relationship with rapper Future, and shows me photos of him on Instagram. “For him I want to be the best mother in the world, and also the best business woman. I want to realize all my ambitions, and I know deep down in my heart that I will. I want to be very rich, because that’s the only way I will be able to do everything I want to”.

Ciara has big plans for the future: one day she wants to be considered the top entertainer of all time, inspire other young women, and do charity work for children. “My dream is to have homes all over the world, and continue to take on new ventures. After all”, she says seriously, as she pokes another forkful of broccoli, “who said there was no room in this world for another Oprah?”


Fashion Assistant Amanda Pine

Manicure Miho Okawara@Mihonails

Hair Stylist Brent Lawler@Streeters using Rene Furterer

Makeup Artist Yolonda Frederick-Thompson@Goldfinger CS for MAC Cosmetics





Fashion Editor Ayako Comte

Photo by Francesco Carrozzini

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DECEMBER 18th – Ciara was seen at a Vogue photo shoot in Los Angeles. She was photographed by Francesco Carrozzini.

Big thanks to CelebritiesOfColor!

@ciara awesome shoot!

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Francesco Carrozzini (@francescocarrozzini)

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