Beyonce Knowles Carter, popularly known as Queen Bey is no new name to either music biz or the fashion circuit. This utterly dramatic and outrageously sexy mother of three has always stayed true to her style and lead the way for others when it comes to delivering statement-making looks. This time, yet again, Bey has outdone herself again and trust us when we say that- it’s no less than a sartorial feast!
After months of virtual fashion shows, postponed film festivals and cancelled themed galas, Beyoncé put an end to the fashion famine with her 90-minute film Black is King. Speaking of the film, Black Is King is a musical film and visual album based on the music of the singer’s 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift, a tie-in album for Disney’s 2019 remake of the The Lion King. The album reimagines the lessons from the film for today’s young kings and queens in search of their own crowns.
Right from the breathtaking picturesque visuals to scenic beauty, everything about this film will keep you hooked on to your seat. Apart from its story and the aesthetics what took the cake for us were its iconic-hard-to-miss-and-high-on-fashion moments that kept us ooohh-ing and aaahh-ing scene after scene! Body-hugging dresses, trail blazing gowns, faux printed catsuits, floor-length gowns…you name it and this film has it all, courtesy Queen B!
With a film that’s high on style moments, a fashion breakdown won’t hurt anyone, isn’t that right? Nuff said, fasten your seatbelts and get ready for this magical sartorial ride!
FAUXY AND SEXY
What’s sexier than Bey rocking a leopard print cat suit? Queen Bey absolutely stole the show in this Valentino Haute couture that came with a matching cape and bore hand-sewn sequin detailing all over. According to wardrobe stylist, Zerina Akers, this magnificent ensemble took 10 people and over 300 hours to spell magic on screen. Raising the bar for leopard looks indeed! Also, where can we find those glasses?
Another printed ensemble that got the mercury soaring was her dramatic slit Kujta & Meri faux print haute couture that featured a plunging neckline. The gloves, heels and those bar glasses have got us OBSESSED!
Cow prints for the Win! Bey rocked a custom cow-printed corset top with a matching mini skirt. The horn adorned cornbraid hairdo was just hard to miss!
IN HER GLORY
Beyoncé made sure to make a jaw-dropping look in her fuchsia tulle gown from Mary Katrantzou that came with layers of goodness, literally! The off-shoulered ruffles and feisty thigh slits added to the glory of her attire while the curled, messy updo kept things dramatic.
SUNNY SIDE UP
Bey lit up our day with her sunshine personified avatar wearing a Adama Paris number. The flared sleeves, the cape train and a statement hat, everything about this look was fire!
BLING SO BRIGHT WE ARE BLINDED BY ITS LIGHT!
Trust Bey to rock a risqué outfit with utmost ease, every single time! Testimony to ths fact- the crystal net dress and crystal cascade earrings from label Alessandra Rich. Oh boy, those eyebrow detailing from Area and the custom crystal turban courtesy Laurel DeWitt, got us reeling in the feels.
Here’s some exceptional and spectacular crystal work done by the Chain and Metal queen, Laurel for our Queen B!
Bey channeled her celestial powers with this crescent moon catsuit from Marine Serre that hugged her at the right places enhancing those envy-worthy curves. That braided, spunky hairdo surely added oodles of drama while keeping it sexy!
Also, let’s shout out to the time when Adele supported Bey wearing the similar crescent moon top!
Here’s another feisty cat suit worn by this style sensation! This lacy Alessandra Rich number bearing a ruffled collar would surly linger in our memories for years to come… Can we just take a minute to appreciate that voluminous braided hairdo?
Beyonce bedazzled in her custom diamond fringe catsuit x skirt by designer D Bleu Dazzled. Crystals from Area and Laurel DeWitt added on to the bling affair of her looks. Those custom srystal sunglasses from A-Morir are all things love!
Here’s another dazzling look from label Area!
Beyonce dripped all things sexy in this custom crystal number from Lace by Tanaya.
PAINTING THE TOWN
Not just ensembles, Queen Bey rocked a body paint like none other! The custom body jewelry enhanced the look furthermore. Those black lips though!
This custom feathered ensemble from Ashi Studio that took over 70 hours to curate is a sheer proof that hard work pays off. The exquisite feather detailing teamed up with that dramatic cornbraid hairdo and Bey’s gorgeousness is a pure feast for the eyes!
Here are some other dramatic looks from the film that deserves all of your attention right away!
Some dramatic trains and headgears from Mia Vesper’s custom ensemble.
Blessing our day with some ruffled goodness and voluminous headgears by designer Alonlivin.
This monochrome structured suit from Loza Maleombho worked wonders on our beaut!
Some dazzle drama in Vrettos Vrettakos...
And lacy goodness in Deviant la vie and Alani Taylor.
Can’t keep calm looking at those dramatic hairdos. Gorg!
This off shouldered mesh gown by Wendy Nichol is sheer goodness, isn’t it?
The fact that many black designers worked on the film’s wardrobe makes this fashionable journey all the more special! Queen Bey, take a bow!