Frank Ocean shines on the cover of Berlin-based magazine 032c.
Photographed by Petra Collins and styled by Mel Ottenberg, the Blonde crooner dons a white T-shirt, Vans sneakers, and sparkly turquoise shorts while posing on the front lawn of a home.
Frank is featured on one of four covers of the German magazine’s Winter issue, along with Vittoria Ceretti, Derren D. McLin, and Giedrė Dukauskaitė.
According to 032c, the new issue will also feature an essay on Ocean. “For her first 032c cover story, ‘Exile on Main Street,’ Petra Collins voyages with Mel Ottenberg for a weekend with Frank Ocean, while Guardian’s Alex Needham pays homage to the musical enigma in his essay ‘The Artist is Absent.'”
In October, the elusive star also graced the cover of i-D magazine and teased new music in a written piece. “If you liked two thousand and seventeen,” he wrote, “then you’ll love two thousand and eighteen.”