Beyoncé throws a lasso in leather chaps for W Magazine to celebrate ‘Cowboy Carter’

This may not be Texas, but no one tell Beyoncé.

The superstar celebrated the release of her album “Cowboy Carter” on Friday with a surprise W Magazine digital cover — and the Houston native kept her rodeo-inspired looks coming for the spread.

While she didn’t give an interview to accompany the photoshoot, Bey, 42, paid homage to her Southern roots in a variety of high-fashion cowboy looks, including the cover look: an oversized fur Alexander McQueen coat and a white Gladys Tamez hat.

The superstar covers W Magazine’s digital issue wearing an oversized fur coat by Alexander McQueen. W Magazine
She also showed fans the ropes in a black lace Gucci dress and a Stetson hat topped with a silver crown. W Magazine
She went for high-fashion glam in a black leather Chloé cape and turquoise bolo tie. W Magazine

Inside, Knowles ups the glamour with a leather Chloé cape, Stetson cowboy hat with a Champion’s Choice Silver crown and other statement-making accessories.


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However, her most dressed-down look included a pair of brown leather Sportmax chaps layered over a pair of Andreādamo briefs ($70 $15) and paired with a simple white tank top.

The “Texas Hold ‘Em” singer further accessorized with a brown Stetson hat and jewelry from Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co. and Lisa Eisner, along with Partlow boots.

She looked ready for action, throwing a lasso and pulling a brown bandana over the bottom half of her face, with her waist-length platinum blond hair tied into a ponytail.

The superstar styled yet another cowboy hat with a Proenza Schouler knit dress in the desert-chic setting. W Magazine
Bey is celebrating the release of her latest album, “Cowboy Carter,” the cover art for which features her riding a horse in red, white and blue chaps. AP
The visuals for the country album are full of Western-inspired ensembles. Beyonce / Instagram

Though “Cowboy Carter” — which includes features from Dolly Parton, Miley Cyrus, Linda Martell, Willie Nelson and more — just dropped on Friday, Beyoncé has been committed to the cowboy aesthetic in recent months.

Most recently, she dazzled in nearly 00 carats of diamonds for her post-Oscars bash, sporting a black cowboy hat and Givenchy suit with a dazzling Lorraine Schwartz bolo tie.

And she showed up in style at the Grammys in February, sporting a rhinestone-studded Louis Vuitton leather short suit topped with yet another cowboy hat.

At the Super Bowl, she went with sky-high Southern-style hair and a black Dolce & Gabbana minidress with a bolo tie before announcing her country album in shocking style just one month before the record’s release.

And don’t expect her to slow down any time soon — the rodeo has just begun.