She has NEVER ONCE been off the cover of this mag in 15 years!! Oprah Goes Glam For O Magazine's 15th Anniversary Cover....... Ruven Afanador They are sewing up my dress so you don't see my bra-ssiere," said Oprah, holding still so tailor Nile Cmylo could stitch the back of her elegant Xscape gown. "And Lord knows I have to wear a bra-ssiere. Bra is not a bad word, people!" Foundation laid, Oprah channeled her inner Elizabeth Taylor to vamp it up old Hollywood–style...until a new problem breezed in. "The wind machine is making my eyes tear," she said, before urging the crew to pick up the pace: "Let's shoot this thing!" Dream Team Sioux Nesi Fashion editor Jenny Capitain, Cmylo (stitching Oprah's dress) and hairstylist Andre Walker. Nailed It Sioux Nes Manicurist Roseann Singleton and makeup artist Derrick Rutledge prep Oprah for the shoot. Ear Candy Sioux Nesi Amid a sea of colored earrings... Sioux Nesi ...classic white diamonds from Leviev were the stars. Chain Reaction Sioux Nesi O creative director Adam Glassman peruses necklace options. Brow Beat Sioux Nesi Rutledge plays up Oprah's brows. (To try this look, use Lancôme Sourcils Tint Eyebrow Pen, $26; Sephora.com.) C'est Chic Sioux Nesi The elegant long-sleeved dress contenders. Sparkle Plenty Sioux Nesi Cmylo amps up the wattage of Oprah's on-trend navy gown by adding Swarovski crystals. Screen Gem Ruven Afanador "It's very iconic," said Oprah of the first-ever black-and-white O magazine cover. Blown Away Sioux Nesi Walker perfects Oprah's hair while photographer Ruven Afanador gets his shots.