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In case you missed it, Beyonce’s HBO special Lemonade dropped Saturday evening and you can bet that’s all anyone is discussing on social media. In addition to all the new music that was featured in the hourlong special, there were obviously a number of killer fashion moments, too.
Among one of our favorite looks was the marigold ruffle gown she wore while holding a bat (which, by the way, was named Hot Sauce) to smash car windows. Turns out the yellow, off-the-shoulder stunner was from Roberto Cavalli’s fall 2016 collection, designed by Peter Dundas.
A photo posted by Roberto Cavalli (@roberto_cavalli) on
She even rocked the same wedding gown she wore at her 2008 nuptials to Jay Z, which was designed by her mom Tina Knowles. In another scene where she’s in an empty parking lot, Bey showed off her hourglass figure in a Yeezy crop top and matching leggings, which she paired with a Hood by Air fur coat.
For her song “Sorry,” the performer also changed into a Swarovski-embellished Nicolas Jebran ball gown, a handwoven-beaded Yousef Al-Jasmi bodysuit with sleeves and a custom metallic leather bralette by New York-based designer Zana Bayne. Beyonce paired the cone-shaped bra with Maxior drop earrings.
A photo posted by ZANA BAYNE (@zanabayne) on
In a scene with cameos by Zendaya (wearing Phelan) and Amandla Stenberg, Bey wore a bell-sleeve top by Rosie Assoulin from the designer’s 2016 resort collection.
During the video for “Freedom,” which features Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce wore a gown from Romanian designer Maria Lucia Hohan’s 2016 resort collection.
Project Runway alum Natalia Fedner’s woven top was featured in the underwater video for “Denial,” which was styled by B. Akerlund.
Stay tuned as we find out more on the rest of Bey’s looks featured in the video. Until then, enjoy Bey’s new visual album of the same name on Tidal now.
Update, Wed. June 22: Beyonce, ever the queen of surprises, dropped the video for “Sorry” on Vevo, meaning fans can finally watch for free. Catch the video below.
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