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Beyoncé is out to create a fashion “Renaissance.”
The “Cuff It” singer announced her foray into couture clothing in a new Instagram post today, revealing that she co-designed a special collection for Balmain in conjunction with her upcoming stadium tour.
Dubbed “Renaissance Couture,” the pieces were inspired by the tracks on her 2022 album of the same name — with each coordinating to an individual song — and Beyoncé described the experience of creating them as “freeing.”
The “Break My Soul” singer stars on the April cover of Vogue France in one of the creations, wearing a long-sleeved black dress covered in silver studs along with a matching hooded headpiece topped with an enormous hat.
She also sports the gown in her Instagram post today, posing sans hat as Balmain’s creative director, Olivier Rousteing, gives her a kiss on the cheek.
Along with the sweet pic, she shared a video featuring some of the looks, including a glass chandelier made into a top, a silver breastplate with spikes and the pink velvet dress over pantashoes — along with a fabulous gold hat — that she sported after last month’s Grammys.
Another one of the over-the-top ‘fits features a silver mini dress made out of tinsel, paired with a coordinating cape, while a fifth model shows off a black-and-white sequined jumpsuit with fur sleeves and a white corseted waist.
“Thank you @olivier_rousteing and @balmain for bringing RENAISSANCE to life in couture,” the “Run the World” singer, 41, captioned the post.
“Thank you for allowing me to celebrate the human form, to take artistic risks, to push boundaries and to freely express myself.”
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According to Vogue France, Rousteing “was blown away” by last year’s hit record “and made 16 outfits, hand in hand with Beyoncé herself” to create “the first wearable album.”
This isn’t the “Halo” singer’s first time dipping her toe into fashion, with the Balmain news following yesterday’s announcement that Beyoncé has reportedly parted ways with Adidas following plummeting sales of her Ivy Park line.
As for her Balmain ‘fits, we’re eagerly awaiting this summer’s tour to see if any of them shine on stage.
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