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From Barbie to Hollywood diva: Beyoncé’s best looks from the Renaissance tour

Date: May 30, 2024 Time: 19:22:58

The Renaissance World Tour, which fans have been waiting with bated breath for six years, is in full swing. Beyoncé started it in the spring in Stockholm and since then it has visited more than two dozen cities in Europe and North America. Stylists Shiona Turini and Karen Langley help the diva shine on stage. We collected the most interesting, in our opinion, images of the singer, from Valentino and Iris van Herpen to Balmain and Stella McCartney.

Indian designer Gaurav Gupta created three outfits for Beyoncé at once. It took more than 1,500 hours to make them. Gupta designed a flowing neon green hooded dress, a sparkly jumpsuit and a floor-length cut-out dress embellished with 20,000 crystals, 40,000 sequins and plenty of glass beads. The ensembles prepared for concerts in North Carolina and Atlanta. By the way, the authorities of the latter decided to call August 11 Beyoncé Day and officially fixed this holiday on the calendar.

Beyoncé took the stage in Brussels in an ivory silk Valentino gown covered in sparkling silver beading. As envisioned by the brand’s creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, the look was accessorized with subtle fishnets, silver metal Malone Souliers pumps and a Tiffany & Co necklace.

In Hamburg, the singer appeared in a custom dress by Carolina Herrera’s creative director, Wes Gordon. The designer embraced the all-red bow trend and created a statuesque mini with a plunging neckline and cape (almost like Little Red Riding Hood). She styled it with Wolford tights, Jimmy Choo shoes and Tiffany & Co. diamond Renaissance earrings.

During a performance in the Netherlands, Beisonce appeared in a bionic look that Iris van Herpen was working on. The dress is made of 980 3D printed curved shapes molded in silver silicone. Iris herself said that it took 700 hours of work to make a custom bow. The final touch, in keeping with the already established tradition of Tiffany & Co.

In Cologne, Beyoncé wowed her fans (and us) in a sequin and pearl jumpsuit from Lebanese label Georges Hobeika. Stylist Karen Langley accessorized it with black velvet gloves and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

The black and yellow python jumpsuit for the concert in Amsterdam was designed by Balmain creative director and longtime friend of the singer, Olivier Rousteing. In addition, the designer sewed a matching wide-brimmed hat for the diva.

Young designer Maximilian Davies, who took over as Ferragamo’s creative director last year, unveiled an asymmetrical mini with a cascading cape and matching gloves. Beyoncé’s stylists completed the look with Tiffany & Co. and diamond sunglasses.

In Barcelona, ​​the singer appeared in a stunning image of Stella McCartney. Inspired by the autumn-winter 2023 collection, Stella McCartney’s creation is an ecological concert outfit made up of leggings and a mini dress, decorated with lead-free crystals. They were laid out on an eco-wool and viscose mesh, made from responsibly sourced wood pulp.

Following the general obsession with the Barbie theme for one of Beyoncé’s performances, she designed a hot pink latex dress herself. It became part of the brand’s new collaboration between singer Ivy Park and adidas. The collection, like the Renaissance album itself, is inspired by the disco era, Studio 54 and the legacy of designer Bob Mackie, who dressed Cher, Tina Turner and Liza Minnelli.

At a concert in Stockholm, the superstar climbed onto the stage from a giant silver shell, just like in Botticelli’s painting “The Birth of Venus.” Beyoncé wore a stunning Loewe bodysuit by the brand’s creative director, Jonathan Anderson. The designer created the look based on one of the dresses from the fall-winter 2022 collection. The stylist Shiona Turini came up with the idea to complete it with gloves with scarlet nails.

During a performance at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, ​​Beyoncé presented herself to the public in a sporty and futuristic look by Fendi. A Kim Jones jumpsuit in special black, red and silver intarsia leather was teamed with over-the-knee boots and gloves. In addition to the leather catsuit, the designer created a fluffy cape with abstract motifs taken from Antonio López’s illustrations.

For the performance in London, Beyoncé prepared a dedication to Vivienne Westwood, who died in December 2022. The singer wore a Vivienne Westwood latex minidress, made by the designer’s husband, Andreas Kronthaler. Giuseppe Zanotti patent leather pumps and a specially made Tiffany & Co. necklace completed the look.

Another outlet in red is the product of the imagination of the brand’s new creative director, Ibrahim Kamar. The bun consisted of overalls, a bomber jacket, thigh-high boots with garters, and a wide-brimmed hat. The inspiration for the designer was his first collection Off-White 2023.

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Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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