Kylie Minogue just covers her cleavage with strategically placed lace as she dons a stunning gown complete with train for Vogue Australia

 She sports a tiny black and metallic brocade play suit reminiscent of her infamous gold hot pants on the May cover of Vogue Australia.
And Kylie Minogue goes on to prove she can go from pop princess to high end fashionista, in a breathtakingly beautiful editorial that accompanies the glossy's cover.
The 45-year-old shows off her petite frame in a figure-hugging trailing gown, it's sheer fabric embellished with white laced patterns that just manage to cover her cleavage.

 The Voice coach's hair is teased upwards to add an edgy touch and the sophisticated frock is accesorised with a long necklace.
Kylie shows off her style versatility by posing in another close up shot wearing a loose cream buttoned blouse teamed with casual blue jeans.
Holding onto the collar of her shirt, she gives a smile to the camera.

 The star doesn't hesitate to make a statement on the striking cover, stunning in a black and gold brocade Schiaparelli all-in-one, teamed with smoky eyes and a pale pink lip in the shot taken by Will Davidson.
In an accompanying interview with the fashion magazine, Kylie speaks openly about her career and love life.
“I would love to fall in love again but I’m in no rush, I’m really not,' said the singer who split with long term boyfriend Andres Velencoso, last October.
'Maybe when you have that mind-set is when it appears out of nowhere… in the meantime I’m keeping myself busy,' she added in respect to future relationships.
Since her split from the Spanish model, Kylie has been linked to fellow judge of The Voice UK, Leo Ihenacho.
When asked about her reported flirting with her co-star, Kylie laughed and said, 'I'm like that anyway.'

'I know they’ve taken it further in the press (but) that’s just me getting excited. Have you seen Ricky Martin on air (in Australia)? Fair play!'
Kylie earlier revealed via social media that she will not be returning to the judging panel for another series of The Voice UK due to scheduling clashes.
She continues to produce new music, having released her new album Kiss Me Once, last month.
The musician recently parted way with her manager of 25 years and signed on with Jay Z's management arm Roc Nation.
In her interview with Vogue she also spoke about the pivotal business decision, saying: 'It was a gamble… which meant that last year wasn’t the easiest of years. There was so much change and a new team; they were practically strangers, and I was trying to find my way.'

When she is not belting out the high notes or gracing the small screen, Kylie uses her celebrity status to advocate charity campaigns.
Having previously battled breast cancer, Kylie continues to support women's cancer research.
She is currently the ambassador for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation White Shirt day and says it is 'A timeless way to bring attention to another worthy cause.'
'I’ve always been compassionate and worked with different foundations before I was ill, but that took things to a different level. I could not have had the same understanding before and afterwards.'
Kylie will next be seen on television as a coach on the Australian version of The Voice.
The May edition of Vogue Australia goes on sale on April 17th.
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