The magazine, produced by former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld, shows Beyoncé in a series of stunning portraits captured by photographer Pierre Debusschere.
She wears a Yohi Yamamoto coat, a Sister by Sibling mask and Manolo Blahnik shoes in one shot and poses with a Chanel surfboard in another.
The singer is said to be one of Roitfeld's biggest inspirations for the Fashion Book and the feature also includes original prose written by Beyoncé and Pulitzer Prize poet Forest Gander especially for the magazine.
"It's my daughter, she's my biggest muse. There's someone, we all find out soon, more important than ourselves to lose," the poem states.
Another line reads, "I learned at a very young age, when I need to tap some extra strength, to put my persona, Sasha, on stage."
The publication of the shoot has been well timed too - CR Fashion Book will hit newsstands on 4 September, the same day as Beyoncé's 33rd birthday.
Just more proof that she's still Queen Bey.
Earlier this month, the singer received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard prize at the MTV Video Music Awards after performing a 20-minute set on stage.
Missed it? Watch the incredible show here and see more of the superstar singer below: