Selena Gomez Reveals Debut Vogue Cover And Speaks Out On Mental Health | Fashion News
Selena Gomez has been gracing our screens in multiple movies and with tracks across the Billboard 100 ever since her days as a childhood star. However, the female pop icon has also been a voice for young woman all over the globe.
She most recently opened up for a Vogue interview with Rob Haskell as she voiced her darker days. Selena checked herself into rehab. After battling depression and anxiety which was triggered by her Lupus Diagnosis. She shut down her tour, gave up her phone, switched of fame and set off on a therapy program which would aim to improve her mindset and set her on the road to recovery.
Previously holding the record for the most liked photo on Instagram EVER, it seems that the “It Ain’t Me” singer has been able to bounce back into the limelight on her better days, as she reveals the incredible new shots as Cover Girl for the April 2017 Vogue cover to her 113 million Instagram followers.
The photos definitely get us excited for spring and the upcoming festival season as she is seen in a floral bralet, this season’s favorite print combined with fuchsia pink and brave red shades. She also rocks a heavily embroidered blood red leather jacket by Coach, teamed with floral shorts ticking all the boxes for Spring/Summer’s trends. We expected nothing less than this perfection from the stylist’s at Vogue.
Selena Gomez is definitely a strong female force to be reckoned with across the entertainment industry and we commend her for her bravery!
You can read Selena’s story and her battle with mental health on Vogue here
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