See What Designers Are Behind Some Of The Best Looks In Beyoncé’s LEMONADE
Over the weekend, Beyoncé stopped the world again with the release of her 6th solo studio album, and 2nd visual album LEMONADE. Of course the album was filled with great music, but along with that, Queen Bey served flawless looks.
The singer’s longtime stylist Marni Senofonte styled the video, and kept Bey looking fresh without straying too far from the performer’s signature style. The pop icon transitioned from outfit to outfit while mixing it up between a number of both high-end and street savvy labels.
In one of the breakout hits from the album, “HOLD UP” Beyoncé strolls down the street in a mustard chiffon gown from the Roberto Cavalli Fall 2016 collection.
Next, Bey goes for an edgier look when she heads into a graffiti-covered garage as she rocks a Fall 2015 fur coat by Hood by Air and Yeezy sweatsuit in the head banging track “LET IT BE”.
If a cameo from a twerking Serena Williams wasn’t enough to make “SORRY” one of the best visuals on the album, then the bodysuit by Kuwait-based designer Yousef Al Jasmi surely is.
To check out the rest of the looks from LEMONADE, go buy the album the visual album on Itunes, or stream it exclusively on Tidal