Effortless beauty: Lupita Nyong’o graces Vogue cover for a second time
Celebrated Hollywood sensation Lupita Nyong’o has graced the October 2015 edition of the popular Vogue magazine.
The actress, who was the first African woman to grace the cover of Vogue, has featured in it once again – this time round, bodying it.
Lupita was first featured on a Vogue cover in July 2014 and fell nothing short of stunning.
Picking where she left off, she added more glam on the cover page of the October issue, sampling the fall 2016 couture collections.
In October’s edition of the magazine, she talks about her upcoming projects, star wars, fame and her surprising side hustle.
She also talks about her family, terming her childhood scary.
The 12-Years a Slave film star, told Vogue the experience made her resilient.
“I was definitely exposed to some extreme situations. Tragedy is something that I have known and that I have tried to accept as part of life. But I don’t dwell on it,” she intimated.
The film beauty officially made a trip to her motherland, Kenya, for the first time since her Oscar win July 2014.
However, the visit wasn’t personal as she came in as a global elephant ambassador for conservation organisation Wild Aid and led a campaign against the slaughter of elephants and selling of ivory.
Vogue is a fashion and lifestyle magazine that is published in 23 different national and regional editions including the United States, United Kingdom and France.
By Elainer Mogoa
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