Frank Ocean Sparkles In A Skirt On German Magazine Cover

The queer singer-songwriter makes a statement for "032c."

Shante, you slay, Frank Ocean.

The queer singer-songwriter rocks a shimmery turquoise knee-length skirt on the cover of 032c’s latest issue.

Shot in New Jersey by Petra Collins and styled by Mel Ottenberg, Ocean lets his skirt make the statement, paired with simple white socks and a plain white T-shirt.

In addition to Ocean’s editorial photo shoot, the German magazine’s special “BERLIN KIDZ” winter edition features an essay about the enigmatic artist titled “The Artist Is Absent.”

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Not one to shy away from sparkle, Ocean celebrated his 30th birthday last month while wearing a pair of crystal Gucci pants at his Paris Is Burning-inspired drag ball.

Ocean first addressed his sexuality in 2012, recounting on Tumblr a relationship he had with another man when he was 19.

Four years after his celebrated debut, Channel Orange, Ocean released his sophomore albumBlonde, last summer.

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