Keke Palmer recently shared the breathtaking images from her latest feature in Grazia Magazine on Instagram. The 27-year-old actress flaunted her glowing skin and attractive physique in an array of chic designer outfits.
Singer and actress Lauren "Keke" Palmer enjoyed an awe-inspiring breakout year in 2020 when she became the first Black woman to host the MTV Video Music Awards solo.
The 27-year-old recently enjoyed another first as she graced the first American cover of Grazia Magazine. To celebrate her achievement, she shared the stunning images on her Instagram page.
Keke Palmer at the IFP's 29th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards on December 02, 2019 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
In the seven-photo slideshow, Palmer, who calls herself the "big boss," showed off her modeling skills as she posed for the camera in gorgeous designer outfits starting with a classic Chanel number.
For the magazine cover, the "Akeelah And The Bee" actress looked business-chic in a purple Chanel tweed jacket paired with matching jeans while her jet black hair was styled in sharp bangs.
Another snap had Palmer showing off her radiant skin in a white Christian Dior lace romper. The look further stood out because of the huge Bulgari ring adorning her pinky finger.
[Palmer] made history by becoming the first Black actress to play "Cinderella" on Broadway.
Channeling her more demure side, the "Joyful Noise" actress rocked a white Chloe dress in one snap and a long mustard Proenza Schouler shirt dress.
Palmer's final eye-catching look was a lime Bottega Veneta knit dress which she rocked with emerald earrings and matching eyeshadow to make her mesmerizing eyes pop.
Throughout the entire photo shoot, the fashion chameleon was captured against lush green backgrounds which gave her images a peaceful flare and accentuated her natural beauty.
Upon viewing the voguish photos, Palmer's fans were left amazed and immediately took to the comments section to express their sentiments, and all had only good things to say.
One fan gushed, "I Stan a QUEEN," while another added, "So beautiful. This is immensely beautiful." A third fan chimed in, "True definition of a pioneer."
Palmer is truly a pioneer for the younger generation. She already made history by becoming the first Black actress to play "Cinderella" on Broadway, an impressive feat from the actress who made her film debut at just nine years old.
In addition to her acting achievements, Palmer signed her first recording contract when she was just 12 years old and used the advice she later received from R. Kelly to inspire her work and utilize all her talents.