Beyoncé performed a roughly three-hour concert in Amsterdam on the eve of Juneteenth while donning exclusively outfits created by Black designers.
For her on-stage costume, the Houston native wore creations by Ibrahim Kamara for Off White, Olivier Rousteing for Balmain, Laquan Smith, Ethiopian designer Feben for her namesake label, Maximilian Davis for Ferragamo, and her own creation for Ivy Park.
A fashion extravaganza, her global Renaissance tour has comprised nearly 60 dates and has featured both well-known luxury fashion labels like Alexander McQueen and Gucci, and smaller ones like Anrealage.
The songstress collaborated with Rousteing in March to create for Balmain a Renaissance couture collection, one of the enduring fashion houses highlighted on the tour.
Queen Bey has worn disco-inspired outfits with silver embellishments, formed-fitting catsuits, opera gloves, Latex boots, and ruffled sleeves, among other things.
Juneteenth Homage Paid In Full By Beyoncé
Beyoncé donned an exclusive iridescent-pink, full-length fringed Ivy Park coat with a matching pink dress for her final performance in Amsterdam.
The floor-length dress included a keyhole cutout in the cross-over halter. The pink sequin gown included high slits and coordinating gloves. The outfit was created by Beyoncé herself.
Her dancers wore matching Ivy Park ensembles that included hot pink sequined cargo pants, fringed sequin shorts, giant jackets, pink body suits made of pink velvet, and star bikini tops.
September 23 and 24 will see Beyoncé perform at NRG Stadium. The tour concludes on September 27 in New Orleans.
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