Thursday, September 6, 2018

Janet Jackson on the October 2018 Cover of InStyle Magazine

Janet Jackson is currently on her 'State of the World' tour and she is the October 2018 cover star of InStyle magazine. On the cover of the beauty issue which was shot by Robbie Fimmano, Janet is wearing VAN CLEEF & ARPELS and JOHN HARDY jewelry. In the issue, she talks touring when her father died, what makes a woman beautiful, happiness & mental health and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Janet's feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand. 

Jockey shirt. Calvin Klein Underwear bra. Dolce & Gabbana jeans and belt. John Hardy bracelets. Piaget bracelet (with tassel)

On her SOTW tour costumes:
It was great. Alexander Wang did these incredible outfits for me. Some of them didn’t breathe so well, so I was warm, but I love the warmth. I love to sweat — it was all good.

On touring with the death of her father Joe Jackson:
It’s very tough. But it was also difficult coming back because I was very much behind [with] rehearsals. I didn’t know if I wanted to cancel the tour. But I think my father would’ve wanted me to continue.

On the importance of happiness & good health:
It’s very important. First of all, it helped me with my pregnancy. When I was in New York, I was walking and doing stairs every day. The doctor said as long as you’re not feeling any pain or having any problems and it’s not too much for you, more power to you. It’s great exercise, releases those endorphins.

On her guilty pleasure food:
I don’t eat meat anymore, just fish occasionally and veggies. But I love catfish. I love a fried fish. But I’m also crazy about grilled fish. I love Snickers.

On where she wants to be in her 80's:
 I’d love to be a grandma. I’d love to, hopefully, still inspire people with my work, whatever it is. And more than anything, I know I’m going to be helping people and inspire others to do the same. I feel that is what I was put on this earth to do. I want to help women who are abused and suffering from being in relationships where men have them gagged, have their hands tied. No woman should go through that.

On what makes a woman beautiful:
Lots of different things. It’s vulnerability. It’s power. It’s confidence. It’s happiness. It’s seeing the goodness in the soul. It’s spirituality. It’s being selfless and what you do for others before doing for yourself.

Credit: InStyle 

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