Take A Peak At Adele’s Photos In This Spring’s ‘Vogue’
This spring’s edition of Vogue features none other than the widely beloved Adele, wearing a Burberry frock with a casual grace unmatched by most. In her full-length interview with Vogue she opens up about the perpetual struggle of balancing such intense fame with motherhood and a continued appreciation of simple pleasures.
“My main thing is Mum, then it’s me, then it’s work,” she said in the interview, “I think I had to take the right amount of time off to let people miss me.”
Adele mentioned her respect for both Sade and Kate Bush’s ability to stimulate insular home lives while still maintaining their status as public artists and performers.
Naturally, her interview is accompanied by a gorgeous variety of photos (and outfits), shot by Annie Leibovitz.
I love how casual that humongous piano is.
Is there anything more on brand for modern Vogue than a pop-star wearing Gucci?
In which the young artist contemplatively leans on her piano in an Erdem dress.
I recommend you read the full interview, to get the full effect of Leibovitz’s glamorous shots juxtaposed with Adele’s casually graceful approach to life.