Beyoncé never ceases to amaze, and this week was no exception. The 41-year-old multi-hyphenate diva unveiled a provocative and playful catsuit for one of her performances at Met Live Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The silver one-piece adorned with black hands and fiery red nails, strategically placed over her body, turned heads and captivated her Instagram followers.
Beyoncé, affectionately known as Queen Bey, teamed the flirty ensemble with black opera gloves and a matching fan, her long, highlighted hair cascading down her shoulders.
The daring outfit, part of her captivating wardrobe for the Renaissance tour, is testament to her and her husband Jay-Z’s forward-thinking style statements.
Pharrell Williams, creative director for Louis Vuitton Menswear, took charge of designing a custom jumpsuit that honours Beyoncé’s spirit and figure.
This dazzling black bedazzled ensemble, worn by Beyoncé during her Formation performance, was designed to celebrate her unique shape and form, while ensuring she felt comfortable and unrestricted.
“Beyoncé is a rare spirit,” Pharrell revealed on Louis Vuitton’s Instagram. Reflecting on their friendship, he expressed, “I feel like I’ve known this person for many lives.” His design objective, he added, was to celebrate her figure and form, describing it as “a spiritual encasement.”
The Happy singer also designed matching outfits for Beyoncé, her 11-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter, and her backing dancers, adding a harmonious touch to the entire production.
Since the launch of the highly-anticipated tour, Beyoncé has consistently delivered breathtaking performances and fashion moments, leaving audiences spellbound.
Yet, the stage wasn’t solely owned by the Crazy in Love singer; her daughter, Blue Ivy, showcased her own talents, captivating fans with her youthful exuberance.
Blue Ivy’s ‘Renaissance’ debut happened in Paris on May 26. Since then, she has consistently shared the limelight with her mom. On July 30, during the second night at the MetLife stadium, Blue Ivy surprised the crowd by revealing a “New York” jersey under her jacket.
The young performer then formed a heart shape with her hands, sending the crowd into a frenzy. Beyoncé watched her daughter, her smile brimming with unmistakable pride.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z, married since 2008, share three children together. Blue Ivy was born in 2012, followed by twins Rumi and Sir in 2017.
Tina Knowles, Beyoncé’s mother, expressed her own pride over her granddaughter’s growing talent and preparation for the stage in a recent interview with People.
“She is 11 years old, and she had one week to prepare, and she’s just getting better and better,” she proudly stated. Speaking of their family tradition, she joked, “Well, this is a heels family. You’re trained early to walk in heels.”
Jay-Z’s mother, Gloria Carter, also shared her admiration for her granddaughter in an interview clip shared on Instagram. She warned her son and daughter-in-law: “You know you guys have opened up a door, because now everybody is going to be expecting to see Blue Ivy dancing with her mom.”