Fresh off his Gucci campaign, singer Harry Styles covers Rolling Stone for the September issue. The magazine hits stands on September 3 and Harry’s fans are thrilled for the publication’s release. Styles previously covered Rollin Stones for the May 2017 issue and Gucci has been working heavily with the idol and heartthrob. Harry Styles appeared in Gucci’s men’s tailoring campaign in June 2018 and May 2019. Harry Styles appears in the ad for the August 2019 Gucci campaign for the Memoire d’une Odeur Fragrance for August 2019. You may see the video for that campaign featuring Harry Styles below.
Gucci shared a video clip and some photos from Harry Styles’ shoot on their official Instagram page along with the following caption that explained the photo shoot’s setting.
“At a family picnic in front of the ruins of village Canale Monterano with @harrystyles for new universal @guccibeauty fragrance Gucci Mémoire d’une Odeur—meaning the memory of a scent. #GucciMémoire by @alessandro_michele is inspired by the power of memories which can be relived in the present. The campaign is shot by @_glen_luchford with art direction by @christophersimmonds. #GucciBeauty #AlessandroMichele Discover the scent through link in bio.”
As fans are thrilled to see Harry Styles modeling, they are also anxiously awaiting for the new issue of Rolling Stone to hit stands. Rolling Stone teased their readers with a quick preview featuring the cover shot. Rolling Stone shared the cover picture with their 4.1 million Instagram followers and the photo went viral with more than 270,000 likes and over 15,000 comments.
Rolling Stone shared the following caption.
“Here’s a first look at our upcoming cover featuring Harry Styles. You can pick it up on newsstands September 3rd. Photograph by @ryanmcginleystudios.”
Photographer Ryan McGinley shot the cover and he also shared the original photo of Harry Styles on his official Instagram account. Harry Lambert styled Harry for the shoot that saw him shirtless on the cover displaying his tattoos and a gold cross that hung from a chain.
Thom Priano styled Harry’s hair that was set away from his face and groomed to the side. Celebrity makeup artist Dotti ensured that Harry was perfect for the shoot. Robert Sumrell was the set designer for the shoot. What do you think of Harry Style’s recent campaigns? Are you looking forward to the September issue of Rolling Stone?