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On the Run II Tour in Glasgow (June 9)

June 11, 2018

Beyonce performed during the 'On the Run II' Tour with Jay-Z at Hampden Park on June 9, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. The singer wore one new outfit by Peter Dundas. After the show, she thanked her fans on Instagram: "Thank you Glasgow for being an amazing audience!"




Beyonce's Hair Colorist Shares Inspiration Behind Her New Blonde Hue

June 11, 2018

She’s known as Queen Bey for a reason! Beyoncé and Jay-Z kicked off their On the Run II tour in Cardiff, Wales, on Wednesday, June 6, and while the show is epic for so many reasons (think: insane musical talent, jamming songs, gorgeous costumes), we couldn’t help but be mesmerized by Beyoncé’s #flawless cascade of curls. So you can imagine our delight from Bey’s longtime hair colorist Rita Hazan (the same woman who crafted the perfect shade of blonde for those history-making 2018 Coachella performances in April) agreed to spill all the details on the summery strands.

“I got a call that Beyoncé wanted her hair color to be super dramatic for this show which is why I jumped on the soonest flight to Paris to meet with her last weekend,” Rita tells Us. When it came to deciding on the perfect shade, the colorist, who first started working with Bey about seven years ago at the recommendation of the diva’s hairstylist Kim Kimble, explained that it was all about minding the details (i.e. lighting, wardrobe, makeup, etc.).

“She was requesting color that was impactful and that would translate well on stage with the bright lights and her fierce wardrobe,” Hazan says. “I ended up making the ends of her hair extremely golden blonde – not ashy – and her roots a few shades darker. It took a few hours to create but overall she is embracing a more natural look and texture.”

While the half-up style and tight ringlets are similar to the waist-grazing urban glam look she sported at Coachella, the On The Run II hue is noticeably warmer than the music festival’s ashier blonde. The new shade is the perfect complement to her sculpted golden goddess makeup look, complete with a neutral lip, shimmering eye and graphic winged liner.

Beyoncé's Wings Of Desire Unveiled At The V&A

May 11, 2018

"I do love butterflies", Grammy award-winning superstar Beyoncé tells me, "but the Papillon was something special". Today her dazzling Papillon will be unveiled as a permanent exhibit at the V&A Museum, donated it as a gift from her private collection, to the William & Judith Bollinger Gallery. The ring’s glittery green mosaic-style wings, created by London jeweller Glenn Spiro using 326 tsavorites, and not surprisingly, 342 brilliant-cut diamonds, "Yes, diamond’s are always a girl’s best friend," says Beyoncé, who spends time looking for distinctive jewels because, "they remind me of a special moment".

"She and Jay-Z buy beautiful things", explains Spiro, "Not just jewellery but also art; they are collectors." The three friends were hanging out together in Los Angeles, in a suite at the Peninsular Hotel, when the subject of the V&A seeking exciting examples of contemporary jewellery cropped up. "She immediately said she’d like to donate the jewel," he says.

When he was originally imagining the design in his West End atelier (once the showroom of couturier Norman Hartnell) he fashioned the stones flat. It wasn’t until he developed a titanium spring, wrapped like a diamond-set antennae over the knuckle, that the butterfly’s wings took flight and were able to flutter in time with Beyoncé’s finger.

"This titanium setting couldn’t have been done until recently and it’s so incredibly delicate," says Richard Edgcumbe, Senior Curator of the V&A Museum, as he turns the butterfly over in his gloved hands. "Of course it's close in spirit to the quivering en tremblant jewels of the 19th-Century which also needed human agency to make the diamonds quiver and come to life. Beyoncé is a role model in so many ways that having her personal jewel will be transforming to the gallery," Edgcumbe adjusts his tie, "to be honest we’re all quite star struck at the thought of it".

Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival - Weekend 2

April 22, 2018

Beyoncé returned to Coachella last night for the second weekend—and her second performance as headliner. The performance wasn't streamed this time, and despite an initial announcement, SiriusXM radio's live stream didn't include her set.

Visually the show was refreshed, with Beyoncé and her 100 dancers and band members washed in shades of magenta and virtually every ensemble the singer wore was swapped out for a new look.

The set-list, however, remained untouched and she was again joined by husband Jay-Z, former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams as well as her sister Solange Knowles. There was an extra surprise, as the singer was also joined by J. Balvin for a quick run of "Mi Gente."

Beyoncé's Coachella merchandise collection was expanded with two new items, which are now available on the Coachella Pop-Up Store website.




Olivier Rousteing on Dressing Beyoncé in Balmain for Coachella 2018

April 15, 2018

It all started when stylist Marni Senofonte approached Olivier Rousteing after his Fall 2018 runway show for Balmain and explained to him that she was trying to find the right designer to create custom looks for Beyoncé’s upcoming Coachella performances. “Marni told me that the shows were all about survivors and that B was looking for something in a military style,” Rousteing says. “Our silhouettes and our sort of Mad Max, futuristic take on military looks for Fall were a perfect fit.” But, of course, Queen Bey was not about to wear something that was going to be mass-produced, so Rousting went to work with Senofonte and the rest of Beyoncé’s team to create two custom Balmain stage wardrobes, one for each of her performances tonight and next Saturday night. Rousteing also dressed the 200-some dancers on stage, as well as Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, who reunited with Beyoncé for a Destiny’s Child throwback moment. Rousteing only had a few weeks to pull it all together, spending sleepless nights and long days creating the Egyptian-inspired gold-and-black cape with intricate embellishments; as well as a hologram-fabric black jacket and bodysuit; a collegiate-style embellished yellow hoodie with “BAE” written on the front; a camouflage and mesh minidress; and a top decorated with a 2018 Beyoncé crest that shows a bee, a raised fist, a panther, and an Egyptian goddess. “By the end it felt like Marni and I were in a relationship,” the designer said with a laugh. “We went to bed texting and emailing one another and woke up doing the same.”

Parkwood Holiday Party

December 16, 2016

On Thursday, Beyoncé hosted a holiday party for her record company, Parkwood Entertainment, at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in L.A. There was a screening of Lemonade (complete with popcorn featuring a silhouette of her in "Formation," and Lemonheads candy) and a full-blown exhibit of all Bey's Lemonade costumes. The singer took to the stage to perform "All Night"!





New Holiday Arrivals at Shop.Beyonce.com

November 29, 2016

Check out the new Holiday arrivals at Shop.Beyonce.com!

New T-shirts on Beyonce Shop

October 7, 2016

Two new "Slay Or You Get E(lemon)ated" T-shirts are available for pre-order on Shop.Beyonce.com!

New Formation World Tour Merch

September 2, 2016

New Formation World Tour merchandise is now available for pre-order at Beyonce's Sidestep store! It's less than a week until the second U.S. leg of the tour kicks off in East Rutherford!

Beyonce's Style Explored in New Book

August 31, 2016

Katie Baron’s Fashion + Music delves behind the scenes to understand the beginnings and making of Beyonce’s iconic style.

Written by former Dazed and Vogue contributor and trend forecaster, Katie Baron, the book gives a unique insight into how fashion and music, working as twin agents, have reflected but also influenced popular culture. It features exclusive interviews with the creatives behind some of the most iconic and era-defining looks of music’s greatest heroes, including Beyonce. It explores the power of fashion as a make-or-break tool within the music industry’s creative process and gives context to the sound.

​There are two chapters featuring Beyonce and her work with B Akerlund and Jenke-Ahmed Tailly. The Akerlund chapter looks at their partnership for the campaign announcing the 2013 Mrs Carter World Tour, and the 2013 "Beyonce" visual album in particular the styling for "Superpower".

The Tailly chapter is solely focused on the partnership between Beyonce and her former creative director and that unique time period in Beyonce's career.

Check out exclusive pictures from the book in the gallery and remember to credit BeyonceOnline.org when sharing! The book is available now through Laurence King Publishing.

New Arrivals to Beyonce Shop

August 21, 2016

New "Lemonade" merchandise is available for pre-order on Beyonce's official store!

The Formation World Tour in Stockholm

July 27, 2016

Beyonce performed during the Formation World Tour at Friends Arena on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden.




UPDATE: In the gallery you'll find a sketch of the new outfit Beyonce wore.

BTS: The Formation World Tour (Fashion)

July 20, 2016

Costume designer Marni Senofonte gives a look behind the scenes of the wardrobe of The Formation World Tour.

Beyoncé to Wear Francesco Scognamiglio in Milan

July 15, 2016

Francesco Scognamiglio has designed one of the outfits that Beyoncé will wear on Monday night in Milan on the stage of her “Formation” world tour.

The Neapolitan designer, who debuted his first haute couture collection in Paris earlier this month, realized a hooded bomber jacket entirely covered with Swarovski, as well as a pair of pants combining crystals with precious floral-inspired decorations.

“I wanted to interpret the energy, strength, femininity and talent of a real style icon through my personal point of view with the goal of creating an unforgettable look,” Scognamiglio said.

Since the early stages of his career, the designer has often worked with international celebrities, in particular Madonna, who wore a Scognamiglio outfit in her “Give It 2 Me” video, directed by Tom Munro in 2008.

The Formation World Tour in Glasgow

July 8, 2016

Beyonce performed during the Formation World Tour at Hampden Park on Thursday, July 7, 2016, in Glasgow, Scotland.




UPDATE: In the gallery you'll find a sketch of the new outfit.

Lemonade Patch Set

June 24, 2016

A Lemonade-themed patch set is now available for pre-order on Beyonce Shop! The Lemonade iron on patch set comes with 6 individual patches:

• Baseball Bat / 4" x .65"
• Lemon / 4" x 3.7"
• BOY BYE / 4" x 3.4"
• Lemonade / 4" x 1.3"
• Bee / 4.1" x 4"
• Hot Sauce / 4" x 3"

Shipping starts on 7/11.

The Formation World Tour in Pittsburgh

June 1, 2016

Beyonce performed during the Formation World Tour at Heinz Field on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.




In the gallery you'll find a sketch of the Atsuko Kudo outfit for the tour.

Del Posto restaurant in New York (May 24)

May 25, 2016

Beyonce and Jay-Z were spotted leaving Del Posto restaurant in New York last night. The singer wore a Giamba floral maxi and Saint Laurent biker jacket.

The Formation World Tour in Minneapolis

May 24, 2016

Beyonce performed during the Formation World Tour at TCF Stadium on Monday, May 23, 2016, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The singer wore a new costume again!




UPDATE: In the gallery you'll find sketches of the new outfit.

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When it comes to Beyoncé, “you have to be prepared for the unexpected,” says the singer’s longtime manicurist Lisa Logan. As proof, this morning at 10:15, the queen of the stealth media reveal launched a well-edited selection of nail wraps in collaboration with Logan and the Los Angeles–based beauty company NCLA on Shop.Beyonce.com—this on the heels of last week’s release of two new singles and one very viral music video.

Among other things, Beyoncé certainly has nail influence—whether through her Instagrammed manicures, live performances (who could forget her chromatic fingertips at President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration), or music videos, where she spotlighted NCLA nail art.

Pulled from Beyoncé’s work, the patterns are meant to evoke the plaid shirts she wears while power-tossing her hair in the video for “***Flawless,” the rainbow bright lights that set the Rollergirl tone in “Blow,” the sparkling Tom Ford mosaic bodysuit and fishnets she donned onstage at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, and the scrawl of her notebook including lyrics like “H-Town vicious.” With drying time removed from the equation, the press-on strips are primed for a spontaneous quick change. Because, as Logan puts it, “You can never peg what wants to wear or who she wants to be that day—you have to be able to switch it up.”
The Beyonce Online Shop was updated with five new items: Yonce Sweatshirt, Flawless Long Sleeve T-shirt, Scribble Tee, Beyoncé Beanie and Beyoncé Snapback. The new merchandise is also available on Shop Spring along with an exclusive Green Cake by the Pound Sweatshirt.


A few days ago, Beyonce wrote a post dedicated to Geoffrey Holder, who recently died:

"Geoffrey Holder was a man with as much talent as he had charisma. May he rest in absolute peace.

-B"
Beyonce.com was updated with sketches and short descriptions of the four new tour outfits.

Versace designed the look, a bodysuit made from transparent tulle with black vinyl boning, with the term “Bandit Beyoné” in mind for the opening of the Paris leg of the On The Run Tour. Versace described the outfit as “Strong and powerful; perfect for an incredible opening in Paris!”

For the first of the two final On The Run shows in Paris, Beyoncé called on Givenchy to add a new look to the tour wardrobe. The look, a black bodysuit with mesh, leather and studded additives was inspired by a fusion of ’70s bondage, mermaid and pinups.

With just a few shows left for the On The Run Tour, Beyoncé pulled out yet another look from Project Runway alum, Michael Costello.

For the performance of “Drunk in Love,” Beyoncé swapped out the black Victorian lace bodysuit, also by Costello, in favor of a fire engine red body suit with bell sleeves also by Costello. According to Michael Costello, a red rose that would later be placed at the neck of the bodysuit inspired the entire look.

“I wanted to make it feel like the sexiest thing I’ve ever done, so I decided to have it cut higher and make the back open to show more skin. I chose a very Latin-inspired red lace with stretch to the fabric so it would fit her like a glove. I choose to do the leaves and appliqués in black beads and the roses were hand made and took about 12 hours to make,” said Costello.

In it’s finished state, the body suit had more than 72 hours of work put into it.
Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On The Run tour at Investors Group Field on Sunday, July 27, 2014 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.




The singer posted details on her Ring the Alarm outfit on Beyonce.com:

For the performance of “Ring the Alarm” during the On The Run show, Beyoncé takes the stage in a couture Vrettos Vrettakos ‘crystal spirit’ bodysuit designed by Dennis Kolpodinos.

The red look is complete with fringe details on the limbs and is embellished with Swarovski crystals for stage-ready shine.
For the performance of “If I Were A Boy” Beyoncé mixes feminine and masculine in a leather look custom designed by Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy.

The jumpsuit, coined ‘BBB17’ by Tisci and his team for the inscription embroidered on the back of the look, is worn with the front unzipped.

Riccardo elaborates on the inspiration behind the jumpsuit saying, “she wears a bra and panties but she has a masculine boxy leather jumpsuit on top. Everything is so versatile about her. […] So we played with that, we added masculine to feminine. She is all about paradox. She is an entertainer and a mother, she is strong and sweet and we wanted the clothes to feel that way too.”
Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On The Run tour at AT & T Stadium on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.




The singer posted details on her Resentment/Love on Top outfit on Beyonce.com:

During the On The Run Tour, Beyoncé takes the stage to perform ‘Resentment’ and ‘Love on Top’ wearing a bridal-themed look from Lebanese designer Elie Saab.

The Jasmine white long-sleeve lace-embellished jumpsuit features a Chantilly lace construction and formfitting silhouette. The jumper is a piece from the designer’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection.
Following Diesel’s colossal return to the runway earlier this year with new creative director Nicola Formichetti at the helm, Diesel’s team was called in to provide a few looks for the On The Run Tour.

Formichetti first worked with Beyoncé in 2010 during the video production of Lady Gaga’s “Telephone,” but this time around the inspiration came from a different place.

“When we embarked upon this exciting project our main aim was to showcase her strength, her sexiness and her power as a female of modern day,” Formichetti says of the designs. “Taking inspiration from her amazing videos combined with the Bonnie a Clyde style show, it was very important for us to create something modern that was true to her and true to Diesel.”

While the denim’s presence was played up with the shorts in the look, the leather Texas jacket took on a life of its own.

“We were inspired by the biker gangs that developed in the United States after World War II. The bikers would personalize their jackets with tokens of their travels and memorabilia to remind them of home. Beyoncé’s jacket proudly displays her home state of TEXAS on the back as a reminder of her roots. There are hints of blue paint hidden on the jacket as an ode to her daughter Blue Ivy. We loved the idea that no matter where Beyoncé travels to she will always have a piece of home.”

Putting Texas on the back of Beyoncé’s jacket took 4-5 hours. Read more...
A fashion exhibit centered on Beyonce will debut at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in a section previously featuring only Hall of Famers.

The Rock Hall announced Friday that outfits from Beyonce's Super Bowl performance and music videos will debut Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in the Ahmet Ertegun Main Exhibit Hall in its Legends of Rock section, next to iconic pieces from Michael Jackson, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen.

The 32-year-old Beyonce would be eligible for induction into the Rock Hall as a member of Destiny's Child in 2022 and as a solo artist in 2027.

The exhibit in Cleveland, Ohio, will feature Beyonce's ubiquitous black leotard from her "Single Ladies" music video, as well as her body suit, skirt and jacket from her Super Bowl performance last year in New Orleans.

Rock Hall curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger said they have been trying to court Beyonce "for a really long time."

"When we looked at the depth of the amount of stuff that she was willing to send, we just thought, 'The only way we can really showcase these items is to put them in the Legends of Rock area in the museum,' which really is the spot that we have to pay tribute to legends of rock, which Beyonce has proven herself to be," she said in an interview.


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During the latest On The Run Tour stop in Baltimore, Beyoncé revealed a new look to the show’s wardrobe lineup, pulling in her third piece from Project Runway alum Michael Costello.

Worn during the performance of ‘Single Ladies,’ Beyoncé revisited a leotard for the song in a delicate black and gold lace bodysuit by the designer. Costello elaborated on his inspiration for look saying, “I wanted Beyoncé to feel beautiful, strong, super sexy and ventilated. I thought, ‘If I was Beyoncé how would I want to look and feel.’ I didn’t want her to feel overheated like she was in armor or too hot on stage during her performance. I wanted to create something very free and easy to dance in all while being sexy.

How she feels in my clothes is important to me. I was inspired by the ‘Single Ladies’ video and how she looked on there.”

While the look is undoubtedly a stunner, it is one that came together rather quickly. “I had to create a look fast and Ty encouraged me, he said he didn’t want me to miss out on this opportunity. I made the look in two hours. I had that fabric for a long time and I wanted to use it specifically for Beyoncé. I did a cut out lace and created exactly what I envisioned. The back has a beautiful detail with a black and gold zipper,” Said Costello.

While the inspiration for each look of Costello’s Beyoncé wears may differ, the end goal is always the same to the designer, “I just always want Beyoncé to feel confident, free and beautiful in my clothes.”
During the second half of the On The Run show, Beyoncé’s wardrobe makes a switch from the mesh masks and bodysutits of designers like Versace and Michael Costello in favor of an all black look from New York City-based designer Alexander Wang.

The Alexander Wang look is a riff off of an urban bomber hoodie jacket that was cropped to expose a bondage bodysuit underneath that has graphic cutouts. When worn up, the oversized hood covers the face, adding an incognito element reminiscent of the On The Run theme.

According to the brand, the materials used for the pieces include a 3-D sport mesh, compact bondage leather and an exotic snake—all in shades of black to create a slick urban feel.

Both the bomber jacket and the bodysuit required intensive handwork. The bomber sleeves have exotic snake skin seamed into the aero foam mesh strip-by-strip, and the bodysuit has a custom-made nylon ladder embroidery which gives the visual illusion of sheer cutouts and is seamed in piece-by-piece to the leather.
After opening the On The Run Tour alongside Jay Z in a black netted bodysuit by Versace, Beyoncé enlisted the designer for a second look featuring their iconic logo on a fully embellished long-sleeve bodysuit.

Versace spoke of the inspiration behind the custom wardrobe piece saying, “we looked to the street for color and vitality. We came back with iconic Versace prints embellished with crystals and see-through tracksuits with Swarovski stripes, for a baseball vibe.”

As for Versace’s ultimate goal, aside from making a tour piece that could withstand the movement of performance, a rep from the brand says, “We wanted to capture the energy and coolness that is Beyoncé.”
After dressing Beyoncé for events that ranged from the Mrs. Carter Show Tour to the 2014 Grammy’s, Michael Costello’s design talents were called in once again to complete wardrobe looks for the On The Run Tour.

During the show, Beyoncé performs in two looks from Costello, one of which is a dramatic black Victorian lace bodysuit. According to Costello, the inspiration was” a very cathedral, romantic, Victorian feel” coupled with his personal music taste.

“My inspiration comes from Beyoncé because I’m a true, die-hard Beyoncé fan, but I think it’s her hair and the way that she moves—I try to use that and mimic that into the clothing. Whether it’s a sequin, a button, or a dramatic sleeve. If you see the dramatic sleeves I did for the Beyoncé lace Victorian bodysuit—the black one—I wanted something she could move in and look stunning in when she’s onstage,” Costello said.

According to the Project Runway alum, the Victorian bodysuit Beyoncé wears for the tour is a product of 72 hours of construction, followed by another 48 hours just to put the entire piece together. “I can make them in an hour or two —especially a performance piece—but that one was a little more intricate with a lot of detail, and we had to go by some really precise measurements. I just wanted to make that one extra special. So, I’d say about five days total for that one piece,” Costello says of the outfit. Of the final look, Costello said, “I had to try to think danceable. Ty was telling me, ‘be fabulous. Be who you are. Do exactly what you do—we love what you do. But, make it danceable.’ So, I think that’s the approach that I wanted to try and take for everything for her, to find a way to make it Michael Costello, for Beyoncé, for On the Run Tour, but danceable.” Read more...
Beyoncé and Jay Z enlisted the talents of designer favorite Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy for the finale of their On The Run Tour, and the outcome was monochrome patriotism.

According to Givenchy, Beyoncé’s finale look, a detachable black and white American flag skirt, featured a train that is 5 meters long (16.4 ft.) and actually isn’t a skirt at all, it is in fact a giant shirt tied around the waist. While the flag is 5 meters long, it only weighs 500 grams (1.10 lbs.) allowing for it to fly well on stage.

The outfit took over 500 hours to make and all of the stars on the flag are hand-embroider in white thread for a mega couture finish. As for the inspiration for the look, according to Givenchy, “the inspiration is the American Danger: Bonnie & Clyde with a modern twist.”
Beyoncé and Jay Z’s On The Run Tour opened in Miami with Beyoncé outfitted in Versace for the first performance of the night, “’03 Bonnie and Clyde.”

Beyoncé took the stage wearing a custom-made Versace leotard partially crafted with see-through net featuring a full-plunge front, paired with a corresponding netted mask.

Versace’s fashion house spoke on the outfit’s inspiration saying, “For the show looks, we wanted to keep true to the songs on the album. We were inspired by the gangster, Hip-Hop feel” and referred to the opening look as “a sexy bandit on the run.”

The entire show opening look took approximately 200 hours to craft.

Be sure to watch a new video from tour rehearsals below.

Stylists Mariel Haenn and June Ambrose take us behind the looks of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's dangerously chic fashion moments from the 'On The Run' concert trailer.

On The Run
"This was a streetwear chick-inspired look while 'On The Run.' A cropped fur, leather bra and cut-off shorts were the perfect bad girl fit," said Mariel Haenn who styled Beyoncé for the 'On The Run' concert trailer.

Sherri Bodell Fur coat; Express denim cut-off shorts.


Empire State of Mind
"I love when Bey reps New York because she's really repping her man, and what better way than a vintage Don Mattingly T-shirt cut-off with a little under boob. The vibe was casual and intimate while they were just hanging in their hotel room."

Vintage Don Mattingly New York Yankees T-shirt; One Tea spoon denim cut-off shorts.


Down & Dirty
"This was one of our faves! I mean since she repped New York, we felt like this sequined and fringed bandana print body suit with cut-off shorts was the perfect way to rep where she's from: Texas," dished Haenn.

Vintage bandana shorts; Levi's denim cut-off shorts; Hoorsenbuhs rings. Read more...
Beyonce and Jay-Z attended the 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City. The singer wore a dress, headpiece and shoes by Givenchy, and jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz. The outfit was inspired by the disco era and Diana Ross' 1970s glam. Check out a sketch of the outfit on Beyonce.com.


After the event, the couple went to an after party at The Standard Hotel.




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Ty Hunter, Beyoncé's stylist, was working at a boutique in Houston when he first met Beyoncé’s mother, Miss Tina, then on the hunt for outfits for Destiny’s Child. That was back in 1998. Hundreds of red carpet outfits and tour dates later, Hunter has seen Beyoncé blossom into a grown woman—and a fashion icon. Here, he discusses the best stage looks from her eye-popping extravaganza, the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

Dsquared2

"The opening look in Louisville, Ky, for the 100th show of the tour. When we started planning for the Mrs. Carter Show, we had a meeting about the designers Beyoncé wanted to work with. Dsquared2 actually sent this suit as a red carpet option for the Grammys. We went for something else, but we always kept this outfit in mind. It's embellished with Swarovski crystals in an antique gold color. The shoes are by Stuart Weitzman."


Versace

"Versace sent us some sketches, and Beyoncé loved all the costumes. This one was one of Beyoncé's favorite, a jacket with 'Bow Down' and the number 4 written on the back. She wore it to open her Birmingham show."

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Go behind the scenes of The Mrs. Carter Show tour outfits with Beyoncé's style team in this new video posted on the singer's Tumblr. Watch a never-before-seen look at her stage outfits by designers ranging from The Blonds to Versace and Emilio Pucci.


On her official website, Beyonce congratulated Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on her recent award:

"Congratulations Chimamanda on a much-deserved win of the National Book Critics Circle Fiction Award for "Americanah". May you continue to inspire the world with your flawless gift."

On Facebook, she encouraged her fans to participate in today's World Water Day:

"This ‪#‎WorldWaterDay‬ support Drop4Drop and let’s make clean water possible for all. ‪#‎iLoveWater‬ http://bit.ly/WeLoveWater"