With Beyonce's #WhatIsPretty campaign well under way, it comes as no surprise that she looks her ever-confident self (even with tousled hair) on the new the cover for T, the New York Times Style Magazine.

Dressed in a black leather Louis Vuitton dress with plunging neckline and wearing a stone-encrusted Solange Azagury-Partridge necklace (that costs $206,000), photographer Juergen Teller captures the singer's carefree side as she models couture. The other photos featured in the article show her in a pair of patent leather pants and a white T-shirt as well as a patterned mini dress and some kicks.

While the images show off Bey's fun and flirty ways, the article delves into the hard facts on why she is 'The Woman on Top of the World,' as the piece is appropriately titled. From the massive impact of her songs on the Billboard charts to how she became the main focus of a recent 'Saturday Night Live' skit (remember that elevator fight?), Beyonce is a cultural phenomenon. And that doesn't just apply to pop culture. She's also an advocate for various causes and is currently pushing for people to love their body with the #WhatIsPretty campaign.

Beyonce's T cover story will hit newsstands on June 15.