Beyoncé Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100- Designers of Her Fashion Looks

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Beyoncé Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100

Our two cents on the Beyoncé Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 garb? WE STAN A FASHION QUEEN! Mrs. Carter turned her show into a catwalk with just 6 glam fashion changes. Even if you don’t typically care for Beyoncé’s style, her performance looks from today can not be ignored! We got them all for you to check out… up close and fabulously personal.

Beyoncé Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100- Designers of Her Fashion Look

Beyoncé Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100





Color, ruffles, prints and bejeweled pieces were all apart of Bey’s stage fashion equation. Styled by celebrity stylist, Zerina Akers, Beyoncé was placed in a number of high end designers. Who all made the list?

Well, one of Queen Bey’s looks that speedily became a fan favorite is a pleated, tiered pink floor-length gown. This mesmerizing dress is by couture label, Ashi Studio. Bey’s gorgeous pink number is from their Spring/Summer 2018 collection.

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As one can see, color played a big role in Beyoncé’s concert fashion and Versace made sure to cash in on the trend as . Did you catch the yellow jumpsuit with matching hat? That creation was put together by the Versace team.

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The metal details on this vibrant design are perfection. From afar you think… buckles maybe? However, upon closer examination the vision becomes clear, they’re re-imagined pins. Brilliant.

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Beyoncé Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100- Designers of Her Fashion Look (Continued)

What’s a show without a little razzle dazzle? Uhm, lame! (Lol). Fortunately, for us the queen is far from that. Zerina added some bling and sparkle to Beyoncé’s stage attire with a custom design by Mary Katrantzou.

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Now Bey basically dropped the mic with all of her fashions for the Global Citizen Festival. However, one design was like watching awesome history repeat itself. Do you remember Beychella?

Of course you do! But if you don’t, for her Coachella performance she wore Balmain. Tonight, Beyoncé once again hit a voguish high note in another custom Balmain design by Oliver Rousteing. The look featured a black and white tone palette with “Egyptian” print and feathers. Edgy, fresh and chicly captivating. Without a doubt, for her GC Festival performance Beyoncé ate and left us all wanting another serving of concert style!

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She mean green! Not just in her bank account either… for Mandela 100, Beyoncé donned a stunning emerald gem tone gown by Quiteria and George x Manual Rossa. Total showstopper!

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Want more? Scroll down to see more of Beyoncé’s 6 fashion changes from different angles.

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