Janet Jackson Covers InStyle’s October Issue

Posted on September 06, 2018

Janet Jackson covers the October 2018 issue of InStyle magazine photographed by Robbie Fimmano and styled by Julia von Boehm.




On constantly being criticized for her physical appearance: “I remember growing up and being in this business was always this important thing. Because it was the thing. And you had to be a certain size, you had to be thin to be an entertainer. Stupid crap like that. That’s just this business I’m in. I think it’s changed, thank God. People are more accepting of others. Which is the way it should’ve been from the jump,” the singer recalls. “That can really mess with you.”

On feeling more secure about her body: “A lot of it has to do with experience, getting older. Understanding, realizing that there isn’t just one thing that is considered beautiful. Beautiful comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors. I had to find something in my body that I loved, and that was difficult for me to do. At first, I couldn’t find anything. I would look in the mirror and start crying. I didn’t like that I was not attractive. I didn’t like anything about me. But I wound up falling in love with the small of my back. And then from there I found more things. And then finally realizing my smile isn’t that bad after all. I thought I looked like the Joker because it was so big.” It may sound “corny,” but Jackson says she feels “most beautiful” when she’s with her baby, “because of the gift that God has given me and that he allowed me to do so at that age.”


Style Credits:
Cover: Jockey Shirt | John Hardy Bracelets | Van Cleef & Arpels Bracelet
1st Image: Max Mara T-shirt | Versace Gloves | Messika Paris Necklace
2nd Image: Jockey Shirt | Calvin Klein Underwear Bra | Dolce & Gabbana Jeans and Belt | John Hardy Bracelets | Piaget Bracelet with Tassel

Hair: Cassidy Blaine
Makeup: Preston Meneses

[Photo Credit: Robbie Fimmano/InStyle Magazine]

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