Since embarking on her Renaissance World Tour, Beyoncé has brought a unique experience to each stop.
For her first stop in Stockholm (May 10), Beyoncé wore a custom glittery, Alexander McQueen bodysuit, complete with cutouts and sheer paneling. Her (May 26) Paris, France stop featured a surprise performance from her first-born, Blue Ivy. During her Germany (June 15) stop, Beyoncé announced the gender of a fan's baby.
The unique run-of-show she offers at each concert show continued for the Juneteeth holiday. Juneteenth, a relatively new federal holiday, commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. On Sunday (June 18), the 41 year-old celebrated Juneteenth by saluting black fashion designers. Queen Bey enlisted the help of exclusively Black designers to dress her at her Amsterdam stop.
Each look was created designers including Maximilian Davis for Ferragamo, Olivier Rousteing for Balmain, Ibrahim Kamara for Off White, Ethiopian designer Feben, Laquan Smith, and Beyonce’s own design for IVY PARK.
The Lemonade songstress posted a recap of her meticulously designed performance outfits on her Instagram page.
She captioned the photo, "In honor of Juneteenth, everything I wore for RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR tonight was created exclusively by Black designers."
She then made a separate post for her IVY Park collection, a neon pink, sparkly, disco-inspired look.
"I started designing this collection over a year ago. I was so engulfed in all things RENAISSANCE and was inspired by Studio 54, Bob Mackie and the disco era."
The mom of three added, “I wanted to do a modern twist using the signature IVY PARK neon and bring disco to the beach in this swim collection. I’m so happy to share this with you and even more proud to launch it for the first time on the RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR.”
“I’m proud to be among the very talented Black designers featured in last night’s show to celebrate Juneteenth,” she finished.