Feisty catsuit to metallic armour, Queen Beyoncé gives an avant garde spin to the 'Renaissance' love


Queen Bey is back with her seventh studio album – Act I Renaissance - her first solo release in six years and boy, the amount of poetic justice done in this album is unfathomable. Beyoncé conceived the album to reflect her state of mind during the COVID-19 pandemic with some of the hit songs like Cozy, Church girl, and more. This oh-so-dramatic and stunning mother of three has never disappointed us with her looks, be it any statement piece or any other normal look, everything just fits like a dream on her.

Talking about her looks from the album, we see some serious fashion happening there. Modelling some of the high-end labels like Gucci, Schiaparelli, Mugler, Alaïa, and others, Beyoncé is leaving little to the imagination. Styled by Marni Senofonte, KJ Moody, and Zerina Akers, some of her thrilling looks lie below –


Oh, look who’s shining! Posing beneath a shimmering disco ball in a matching silver gown with metallic silver lips to go with it, Beyoncé looked like a GODDESS in a Gucci Love Parade gown with an exaggerated off-shoulder neckline. To make the look more dramatic, they added feather-like sleeves to it and a very long slit in the front. 


Featuring her OTT knee-high fluffy boots, Beyoncé made a statement in this strapless catsuit from Maison Alaïa Fall/Winter 2022 collection. The plunging neckline gave a sneak peek at her good part, and oh, how can we not notice that hat! So flawless. 


Resting on a couch, with a glass of whiskey in her hand, Beyoncé donned an outfit that came from Mugler. Her custom look incorporated a black dress with a built-in metal breastplate which looked like armour. That’s not it, the long slit in the front showed her toned legs off. Designed by Casey Cadwallader, she looked so powerful in this look. 


How could anyone look this sexy in a dress that has horn detailing? Guess, we call her Queen Bey for a reason. Making a statement in a bull-like 3D-printed “Toro” latex corset from Spanish designer Luis De Javier and pairing them up with matching Jimmy Choo black Govi boots was definitely a showstopping moment for us.


Channeling her inner Moulin Rouge, Beyoncé made all of us drool over this look. She wrapped herself in a luxe black furry coat, underneath she wore silver star-shaped pasties, a risqué chain garter set, and Swarovski crystals from Natalie Fedner. She finished off her look with dramatic Red lips and Jimmy Choo’s Max silver platform sandals. 


Posing around a crystal horse, Beyoncé wore a futuristic silver 3D printed Nusi Quero piece for her cover art. What a bold move!


Floating in the air, Beyoncé looked quite breath-taking in this lime-green mermaid gown from Alaïa. This dress featured lace detailing and voluminous fur trimming on its fishtail skirt. Taking inspiration from the pandemic period, the dress was pulled up to her face, making this couture A1 for our drama-mama.