The Global Citizen Festival took place over the weekend in Johannesburg and THE QUEEN slayyyyyed with her looks. With help from stylist Zerina Akers and Jenke Ahmed Tailly. Of course, her music set was amazing (and featured hubby Jay Z) just like her outfits.
Beyonce wore six stylish outfits by designers such as, British designer Mary Katrantzou, Versace, Balmain, and Ashi Studio.
Bey wears a custom body suit and shorts by Balmain
The British designer Mary Katrantzou created this embroidered cape-and-bodysuit combo that represented different parts of Africa
Bey and her dancers in colorful suits by Versace – cannot go wrong with a Versace suit in a vibrant color
While performing her beautiful ballads Beyonce wore a voluminous tulle pink gown by Ashi Studio
The Queen always slays in Balmain
Whether you are a 80s baby, 90s baby, or apart of generation z, you can and will appreciate the next fall fashion and beauty trends as displayed by fall magazine issues. Three recently released September issues from Vogue, Vogue UK, and Marie Claire are giving me vintage (black) Hollywood beauty vibes and permission for us to rock #tbt ‘fits in the coming fall.
Beyonce rocks a flower crown on the US cover of Vogue which is making history of its own – Anna Wintour gave Beyonce full editorial and creative control of her September issue and choose a young black photographer to capture all of her blackness and beauty.
Zendaya’s Bardot Half bun on Marie Claire makes her look like an old Hollywood actress – so pretty and glamorous.
Rihanna has the most shocking cover of the three because she is wearing skinny retro eyebrows for Vogue UK.