So… Topless Zayn is on the cover of Dazed wearing a Marc Jacobs jacket

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Even when he left One Direction and broke our hearts, we never stopped loving Zayn Malik, no siree. 

However, now the 23-year-old has given us even more reasons to adore him.

Yup, Mr Malik has graced the cover of Dazed magazine and he's taken his top off to do it too. 

In just-released snaps, the singer can be seen donning a studded leather Marc Jacobs jacket taken from the designer's a/w '16 collection. 

And suffice to say his fans are only delira with the unveiling.

 

@Zayn in Marc Jacobs Fall '16 Thank you @dazed, @collierschorrstudio, @robbiespencer & @isabellaburley!

A photo posted by Marc Jacobs (@marcjacobs) on

"Ok I'll admit he's hot here," observed one. "My ovaries have exploded," laughed another, while a third fan offered up the simple: "Omg this Zayn is so f***ing beautiful and hot."

In his Dazed interview, Mr Malik touches on his newly-found status of fashion icon. As the magazine highlights, he's now sat in the front row at both Louis Vuitton and Valentino’s spring 2016 shows.

And he landed a major editorial in American Vogue alongside his stunning girlfriend, Gigi Hadid.

Furthermore, he wore a Terminator-like, chrome-sleeved Versace suit to this year's famed Met Gala in New York.

Revealing that he helped design the piece himself, he added: "It’s a bit easy to just dress up in a suit. I like to do things that are a bit outside of that."

The English musician then confirmed that he is rehearsing for live shows AND writing his second album, which, rumour has it, will be out before the end of this year. Eeek!

You can read the entire interview here.

 

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