Queen Bey!

The Super Bowl performance, the documentary film, the much-anticipated new album and now an H&M collection inspired by her style. Admired by millions of fans, Beyoncé is never one to rest on her laurels. H&M Magazine secured an exclusive interview with the tireless Queen of Pop.

Singer, actress, dancer, director and possibly the most admired woman on Earth, the power package that is Beyoncé has sold 75 million records and was named the Most Powerful and Most Influential Musician in the World by Forbes Magazine last year. And she shows no sign of slowing down. She kicked off 2013 with a historical half- time performance at the Super Bowl and made her feature directorial debut with the autobiographical documentary film Life is But a Dream, which aired on HBO in February.

The summer months will be no less packed: coinciding with the release of new music, the global superstar joins H&M as the face of the new summer campaign, and the inspiration behind a new beachwear collection.

If you’ve followed Beyoncé through the years, you may have noticed that she loves the sea. Snapped on vacation, she looks happy and relaxed, with those ultra-famous curves covered by great outfits, always wearing the ultimate summer accessory: a loving smile. It is her relaxed yet sexy summer style that works so great as a starting point for the H&M Beyoncé collection, which includes bikinis and other beach-perfect pieces, including a pair of high-waisted shorts, a body-con dress and a flowing beach gown slashed to the thigh. Items, in brief, for hot days and long nights of fashion and fun by the sea.

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