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Beyoncé kicks off ‘Renaissance’ world tour with nine custom looks

Here is what Queen B has worn while on her highly anticipated ‘Renaissance’ world tour so far.

Beyoncé kicks off ‘Renaissance’ world tour with nine custom looks

Beyoncé is back on the road again with her long-awaited ‘Renaissance’ world tour. The 57-date tour kicked off in Stockholm last week and each concert spans almost three hours long.

Queen B is performing a whopping 37-song set list that features robots, flying horses, and stunning visual effects. The Grammy award-winning artist was sure to make sure her tour outfits matched her jaw-dropping performance.

So far Beyoncé has wowed audiences for two nights in a row in Stockholm. Let’s take a look at the custom-made outfits the singer wore for her back-to-back opening nights.

Custom Alexander McQueen

Bey opened the show with a custom Alexander McQueen silver bodysuit. The look was inspired by the designer’s latest fall 2023 collection.

Custom David Koma

Beyoncé's next look is a stunning holographic floor-length jacket, with a matching dress and boots. The artist’s backup dancers also appear to be wearing outfits made of the same fabric.

Custom Loewe

For the next look, Beyoncé wore a custom bejeweled body suit. The suit features a flesh-colored fabric with several hand silhouettes designed all over the body.

She paired black gloves with the look to create an optical illusion.

Beyoncé continues with the custom Loewe looks with another silver bejeweled look. This time differs from her previous looks with baggy shimmery pants, a long sleeve shirt, and a metal breastplate.

Custom Courrèges

Beyoncé stunned in a silver asymmetrical custom bodysuit designed by, Nicolas di Felice. She paired the look with matching thigh-high silver boots while her backup dancers wore a similar silver coordinated set.

Custom Mugler

Next, Beyoncé pulled inspiration from a vintage Mugler archive. The singer wore a custom robotic metal bodysuit which references one of Thierry Mugler’s most iconic looks of all time.

Beyoncé's Mugler inspiration didn’t stop there though. She also put on a custom yellow, black, and silver bug bodysuit and helmet that references the 1997 ‘les insectes’ haute couture collection.

Custom Coperni

While being floated over the crowd by a series of harnesses and pulleys, Beyoncé wore a stunning shimmering custom Coperni bodysuit with matching gloves, boots, and an oversized cape.

Custom Balmain

After debuting her collaborative collection with Balmain just last month, it’s no surprise the singer included a custom look from the brand. The singer debuted a custom black bodysuit and hat with a geometric pearl design.


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