in his renaissance tour Beyonce plays among disco influences, futuristic clothing and lots of Jimmy Choos
Unique! That’s definitely the best way to describe the apparel presented. Renaissance world Tour by beyoncé, which debuted in Stockholm last Wednesday. first phase of 57th visit (unfortunately does not include appointments in Italy) saw the singer perform a bewildering array of compositions Couture It looks like it just came out of the hottest futuristic disco.
light and color The main motif in this first concert was the many costumes included Holographic and reflective elements and who skillfully adapted the album’s visual aesthetic to a stadium context. Beyoncé hasn’t been on tour for nearly five years, but she still confirms herself as a great showgirl when it comes to choosing looks for her performances. between different fabrics, even a fabric that changes color when exposed to ultraviolet light, The most attentive fans immediately detected it from the Japanese brand AnrealageWhich featured a similar moment at its Fall 2023 show that quickly went viral.
bejeweled leopard Loewe Designed by Jonathan Anderson, adapted from a look from the brand’s Fall 2022 collection, then featured the design of some arms with nails painted red Who encircled her body provocatively. Bey wore a similar outfit on her last tour in 2013, but that time it was a Tight Dress Signed to The Blonds.
A Balmain dress-madeDesigned by Olivier Rousteing, it features a fully beaded corset. The new look is inspired by the same style ballroom scene who established Cooperation Couture Between Rousting and Beyoncé presented last March (amazingly, though, none of those looks were present on tonight’s show, but the fact remains that they may appear in the remaining 56 episodes). london stylist david comawho first designed an unforgettable yellow tennis ball gown for Bey, then created Dress covered in iridescent reflections.
And the prettiest accessory of the evening? undoubtedly huge sequin horse, Studio 54-style, on which Beyoncé flew for the show’s epic finale. But immediately following, in second place, are antennas inspired by the Mugler Spring 1997 collection, worn with personalized leotards she designed. Casey Cadwaladr.